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The Austin, Texas based E-Scooters startup, Unicorn, recently announced that it is shutting down operations. Buyers who paid $699 for the company’s high-tech electric scooters are upset and unsure if they will receive a refund. As per media accounts, Unicorn is shutting down operations after blowing all its cash on […]

e-scooter startup Unicorn shuts down


LinkedIn is the most widely used social media platform for professional engagement. Individuals, consultants, headhunters and recruiters converge on the platform to seek out candidates, opportunities and productive business engagements. Recruitment and career consultants agree that an active networking and contact with a hiring manager or a business leader at […]

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Amazon is one of the five global tech oligopoly  with a global market reach aided by an equally strong foothold over technology ecosystem. By some accounts, about $1 out of every $2 spent online in the US going to Amazon.  A recent New York Times article makes an argument that Amazon – with […]

Is Amazon crushing Startups ?



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This week, Kitchen tech startup Nomiku posted on its website that it is winding down operations. Nomiku, a San Francisco-based startup was founded after a successful Kickstarter project  for its inaugural Nomiku Immersion Circulator.  At that time, the company raised more than $1.3 million over two Kickstarter campaigns. In 2017, Samsung Ventures […]

Kitchen tech startup Nomiku is winding down operations


Roundup of news and ideas from the world of startups – Week ending 8th Dec 2019. News you can use Is Intel Considering Another AI Acquisition? Rumors abound that Habana Labs may be in discussions with the computing giant — which already owns Nervana. Rumors are rife that Intel is […]

Startup news roundup – Week ending 8th Dec 2019


Den Automation, the once-promising UK smart home startup that raised nearly £4.5m via equity crowdfunding and boasted former Amstrad chief Bob Watkins as CEO, has agreed to go into liquidation, The Register reported. Den Automation was founded in 2014 by Yasser Khattak, a 17-year-old wunderkind from Maidstone, Kent, who came […]

Den Automation – Another proprietary cloud based company goes into ...



Last week we read about the risks of “juice jacking.” (If you are at an airport or on the train: Stop and think if your phone needs charging!).  As we approach the holidays and gift giving, FBI has issued a security warning for those buying or gifting Smart TVs. The note […]

FBI warning for those buying Smart TVs


Roundup of news and ideas from the world of startups – Week ending 1st Dec 2019. News you can use Here’s what happens when you decide to sell your startup – Are you considering selling your company as a potential exit? Now? A year from now? Five years from now? In […]

Startup news roundup – Week ending 1st Dec 2019


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Murfie, a Madison, Wisconsin based startup whose website allowed users to buy, sell and trade music, has shut down. The company announced this on its website Murfie has ceased operations The company’s senior debt holders are working together to develop a process in which customer-owned physical media can be retrieved. […]

Wisconsin Music Marketplace Startup, Murfie Shuts Down



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Physical rental startup Omni is set to shut down its operations by end of 2019 after failing in its unsuccessful attempt to profit from equipment rentals and physical storage service. “We’ll be winding down operations at Omni and closing the platform by the end of this year,” an Omni spokesperson […]

Physical rental startup Omni is shutting down