This is the first of a four-part series that will break down the ways in which to use the social media platform to make money. You'll be earning in no time.
The device works on the same principles as a standard 3D printer but secretes edible ingredients out of stainless steel capsules, with the aim of simplifying complex cooking tasks.
Shubham Banerjee first built a prototype of the device from Lego Mindstorms, and now has hundreds of thousands worth of funding from Intel.
The new wearable sensor that captures strategy and performance metrics for football players using a combination of hardware, software and GPS technology has been launched on Indiegogo.
New research by Tyba.com has found that employees value the team morale and creative environment, great social life and shared enthusiasm experienced working for a startup.
Xmetrics has launched the first wearable device made specifically for swimmers that gives the user real-time feedback on a range of physical and biomechanical parameters.
A little-known startup called GrabIt has been making the news recently with mechanical "hands" that use electrostatic attraction to gently pick up and transport objects.
In this feature, we look at some of the virtual risks that could afflict your company, and what you can do to minimise the damage caused when they occur.
This week, 23-year old enterpreneur Ted Nash tells the story of his startup Tapdaq, a community driven mobile ad exchange for app developers.
When we boil it down, "company culture" is just a sexier way of saying "management style". The startup management style has proven to improve business processes, but how are you supposed to do it?
Now largely associated with enterprises and hardcore business technology, it's a little-known fact that HP was actually the driving force behind the establishment of Silicon Valley.
Collaboration systems can get information out of people's heads and make it accessible for everyone involved in a project. This shared information will greatly improve the likelihood of success.
Alastair Stewart, founder and CEO of Etc Venues, is to host the October edition of Startup Grind, offering attendees guidance, advice and a wealth of business knowledge.
The agenda looks very pretty indeed, featuring the likes of Michael Acton Smith, Neelie Kroes, Waze, Raspberry Pi, a couple of Tech City celebs and some of the most promising startups around.
There's been a lot of talk recently about company culture, and how best to utilise the brain power of your employees, but how can organisations accomplish that? One Soho-based startup has an idea.
Chinese developers have created an umbrella that fires a cushion of air out of a central cylinder to keep the user dry, a handy device with winter on the way.