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Boston TechJam, the combination block-party-meets-networking event for the Boston tech scene, will descend on City Hall Plaza for the fourth time on June 16. [Read More]
Data-driven travel app Hopper said Monday it raised $16 million in growth equity financing, a sign the Cambridge company is picking up steam after a sputtering... [Read More]
A bit more than halfway into 2014, we've seen a string of crowdfunding success stories emerge from Boston's tech sector. [Read More]
Somerville's Greentown Labs, which bills itself as the country's largest incubator for cleantech startups, is partnering with a like-minded incubator from New York University to build a network of... [Read More]
Demiurge Technologies AG, a Swiss startup that works on artificial intelligence, says it's interested in acquiring Boston Dynamics, the Waltham robot maker put on the... [Read More]
Ever since it launched in 2011, the Cambridge-based marketing startup ThriveHive has publicized itself as the HubSpot for small businesses. On Tuesday, when Propel Business... [Read More]
Maxwell Health, the Boston-based startup providing cloud-based benefits software for HR managers, has acquired a total of $56.4 million. [Read More]
Balter has raised $1.5 million in seed investment for Mylestoned, from Founder Collective, Boston Seed Capital, Converge, and angel investors. He said there are seven... [Read More]
Virtual reality ruled the week at the annual Game Developers Conference (GDC), turning the 26,000-person gathering into a tour de force of the much-hyped technology. With the first virtual... [Read More]
The shutdown comes about three months after Next Step Living announced it was replacing founding CEO Geoff Chapin with the company's finance chief, Chris Catalano,... [Read More]
The "Prof" and Pavlov are animated characters in a digital sleep training program called Sleepio, which claims to teach its users how to sleep better.... [Read More]
It's the second on-demand food service to shut down just this week: Berkeley, CA-based SpoonRocket announced it was shutting down on Tuesday. [Read More]
If we can make matter that affects people's lives in a material way that would be a tremendous thing to accomplish," said professor Jennifer Lewis. [Read More]
The new Technology and Cyberlaw Clinic will help students tackle regulatory and legal hurdles that might trip up their cutting-edge research projects — something that... [Read More]
Four people have been selected as finalists for the first Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity, a new annual award given in part by one of Boston's most prominent venture... [Read More]
Hydroid, Inc., a Bourne company that makes autonomous underwater vehicles, or AUVs, has rolled out its newest in a suite of subaquatic robots that are... [Read More]
Most Americans believe that automation will radically transform the job market, eliminating most of the jobs humans hold today. But when it comes to the... [Read More]
The year is 2030. You wake up in a space camp on Mars, as part of the crew to explore the planet. You suit... [Read More]
A new program will bring Israelis and Palestinians to Boston to work on businesses and nonprofits that could have economic and social impact. [Read More]
The Embrace, designed by Cambridge startup Empatica, looks like a lean fitness tracker with a shiny square face, but it has a few unique sensors... [Read More]