A report on investments in so-called "Frontier Technologies" — space, drones and virtual reality — shows they are up dramatically with Google and its venture arm as leading players. Read more »
Plenty has changed since Scott Lewis formed Brightworks in 2001.
“Back when we started, low-VOC paint was considered exotic and unreliable,” said Lewis, who sold his company to four members of the 18-employee company’s leadership team this month. “Now all the manufacturers make many varieties of it.”
Brightworks, which works out of four locations and helps clients learn how sustainable ...2 hours ago
Dallas entrepreneur Dave Copps spent years aiming to develop a technological brain that could learn, search and connect users to unstructured data tied to subjects, topics and words. Nine years later, Copps has raised $15 million for his company Brainspace and has landed three of the top four international consulting firms.
“It’s been a lot of hard work,” Copps said. “We have not been ...20 hours ago
It’s been a big year for Corrales-based Ideum and CEO Jim Spadaccini.
The company, which makes both the hardware and software for high-tech touch tables used in museums, has signed contracts with the Smithsonian to develop interactive displays at three of its museums and has secured deals at several other museums worldwide.
With about 10 employees just a few years ago, the company is quickly ...23 hours ago
Ask Mark Ein for a business card, and he’ll pull out a whole wad of them — each for a different company.
There’s one for Kastle Systems International LLC, the Falls Church building security firm where he serves as chairman. And another for Venturehouse Group LLC, the venture capital firm he founded after leaving The Carlyle Group in 1999. Yet another for Capitol Acquisition Corp. II, ...August 29, 2015 | 9:00am EDT
The construction of a new high school at The Lab School may look pretty typical — until you meet the most unique worker on the site.
SAM100, which stands for semi-automated mason, is increasing productivity for Clark Construction Group LLC as the world's first commercially available robot used for on-site brick placement. Clark began work in November 2014 on a 29,000-square-foot high school in ...August 28, 2015 | 5:00pm EDT
You’ve worked hard on your product. You undoubtedly know it cold. But when you have a product with a health benefit, no one is buying it because it has a cool feature or backlit face.
Innovative features are no longer reasons to buy. As technology becomes more advanced the features become more meaningless.
Things need to be validated in a new way, especially when there’s a premium price ...August 28, 2015 | 4:15pm EDT
Investments in unmanned aircraft startups are taking off, with a $60 million funding of a Chinese drone company by Intel Corp. as the latest example.
Santa Clara-based chip giant Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) invested in Yuneec, a Shanghai company founded by Tian Yu that claims its drones are so easy to use they can be flown almost right out of the box by inexperienced pilots.
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