This week's "startup in the picture" is IDRONECT. The Belgium-based company offers an online platform that makes drone flights safer and easier.
We all occasionally stumble upon an article or news item referring to the massive boom in non-Silicon Valley tech hubs around the world. While this is great and definitely worth mentioning, we tend to forget that the startups in the Bay Area are growing at an even faster rate.
At Start It Up we want to make a habit out of putting some spotlight on startups. First up: Quamation
Virtual Reality appears to be taking over the world. But will it ever be more than a hightech plaything? Can we, communicators, ever use it in what we do? If so, how far would this go? All this, and more, awaiting to be discovered... ...right here!
The Apple World Wide Developer's Conference kicked off yesterday in San Francisco. During its keynote a handful of Apple execs came out and presented the new features to the public.
Today Microsoft officially announced its plans to acquire LinkedIn for a monstrous $26.2 billion.
Retail stores are dead. If physical stores want to survive, they need to innovate. Instead of traditional sales channels, stores will become media channels, offering unique experiences. Technology, marketing and communication students will become the architects of this new experience.
Going green should not have you going to the extreme. With these apps you can tweak your routine just a bit but make a big impact in doing so. So, get reading,download the apps and go green.