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There are certain cabinets in my house (detergents, liquor, laundered money, etc.) that I want to keep my kids from […]
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From the Hackathon and its winning tool – a CMS with voice recognition – to the Battlefield and its winning startup – Beam and its SDK to integrate with Twitch – to the most interesting keynotes, here are all the highlights from 2016’s TechCrunch Disrupt in New York.
At any given time, there are good startup ideas and there are bad startup ideas. Here are 13 bad ones. Email, messaging, networking, collaboration and friend finding apps – they’ve been done. And smart toys, foodie apps, and selfie sticks are killing our collective souls. So, when you’re looking for the next great business idea, please pass on these. Please.
Parenteeno is activity tracking software lets parents monitor their kids’ online and smartphone activity – all of it. Its pricing is reasonable, and the analytics it provides are incredibly detailed. The only remaining concern may be where to draw boundaries with your children’s online privacy.
A new startup based in Fort Wright, Kentucky – launched just last month – is the latest entrant into the […]
My five year old daughter sleeps with approximately 240 stuffed toys in her bed. You would think that when one […]