EGG-energy brings power to Africa with battery subscription service
Lebanese start-ups seek tech boom
Lebanon has long suffered with some of the slowest Internet speeds in the world, but a new crop of online entrepreneurs believes their country is primed for a tech start-up boom.
Space drives e-mobility
An ESA business incubation start-up company is helping major car manufacturers to develop electric vehicle concepts and improve safety systems by turning ideas quickly into virtual prototypes.
Siberian 'academic city' eyes return to Soviet glory
It was once one of the most prestigious places to live in the whole Soviet Union, with good salaries, an idyllic waterfront and away from the prying eyes of the secret services.
Venture capital managers affect firms' success, study finds
(PhysOrg.com) -- Corporate venture capital investment strategies, goals and outcomes vary greatly depending on the background of the investment manager, a new University of California, Davis, study shows.
Minneapolis as a tech center? Start-ups say yes
Ten of the top 20 most visited websites are based in California, with the remainder in New York, Washington and Georgia.
Green tech cleans up with investors
Is there still big green to be made in green tech? A few years ago, investing in green technology companies in Silicon Valley was as de rigueur as vertical social-media sites. Those sites went away, but money continues to ...
Study: Lack of capital not a 'death sentence' for start-ups
A new study from North Carolina State University is turning the conventional wisdom about technology start-up companies on its head, showing that ventures with moderate levels of undercapitalization can still be successful ...
Local environs explained, and marketed, in a click
An innovative application for mobile phones that identifies places and objects by comparing photographs of them with reference images in a remote database will not only provide unprecedented amounts of information ...
Study Shows Atlanta Kills Off Start-Up Companies
(PhysOrg.com) -- Atlanta is poised to become the nation’s poster child for how to kill off a burgeoning industry. A new study by professors at Georgia Tech reveals that the city’s reputation as a high ...