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A thread on lean methodology ran through the keynote expert panels. What's it telling us?
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“The 2 Year Itch”, is a paper advising hardware and robotics consumer technology companies on the finer points of surviving in the retail market.
Double Robotics, the Ycombinator company behind ‘wheels for the ipad’ is a fantastic showcase of the new breed of affordable consumer robotics. But can they cross the chasm?
As the frenzy over new Web companies like Facebook and Zynga fades, long-shunned consumer-electronics makers are finding new life in Silicon Valley.
The actual stats on Kickstarter for hardware (or any) projects aren't that great. 50% projects unfunded. Average fund amount $5000. However, those who have or create good market channels are doing very well.
Today F.ounders, the highly prestigious event we called the Rolls Royce of technology events back in November, is back for its first non-Dublin event, bringing together 100s of highly noteworthy entrepreneurs and investors in NYC.
*at which robot crowdfunding platform discussed.
robotics and engineering news and projects...
The cult of Kickstarter and the looming promise of the JOBS Act, have presented an opportunity that Fundable wants to fill.
One of my heroes and friends happens to be one in the same person, Andrew (bunnie) Huang.
In his role as Startup Liaison Officer at Rackspace, Robert Scoble gets to travel the world, meeting and interviewing the startups that are shaping the future. At The Next Web Conference ...
These common assumptions can be toxic to the success of any new venture.
Inc Editor’s note: This is an excerpt from the recently published book, The Startup Owner’s Manual, written by entrepreneurs-turned-educators Steve Blank and Bob Dorf.
Unlike other incubators, Lemnos Labs nurtures hardware makers...
The award is aimed towards researchers, inventors and entrepreneurs with commercially valid robotics solutions.
Foundry backs another Boulder robotics start-up. (last week but the vision of a robotics cluster is always current - and cubelets are a favorite of mine)
Product design is difficult. Venture capitalists joke that 'hardware' should be two four-letter words because of all the profanity entrepre...
I want it. Want. Want. Want. And wait - I'm time poor. I'll pay extra for not having to build it myself. This is the robot tipping point from science fair to startup. That's where robots become product not research, so it's not a given that anyone wants to build the business not the robot.
Rodney Brooks’ Heartland to launch first robots...
General Assembly founding partner Brad Hargreaves explains why New York - "Silicon Alley" - is experiencing an explosion of tech startups.
Redwood Robotics: New Silicon Valley Startup by Meka Robotics, Willow Garage, and SRI http://t.co/JmrJoe6q...
The Sphero is a clever little gadget. It's instantly addictive made possible by an incredibly intuitive control scheme. In short the little robotic ball is controlled by simply drawing on the connected smartphone's screen.
Meet Amun 3554. Doesn't look like much, right? Little more than a mile wide, it's one of the smallest M-class (metal-bearing) asteroids yet discovered.