San Antonio—Co-working space Geekdom and angel network Alamo Angels are launching a “pre-accelerator” program that gives mentorship and advice to San Antonio startups, which the organizations hope will help position young businesses to be accepted into accelerator programs or attract... Read more »
If all goes as planned for Uber, and the company launches an air-transportation service in 2020, it will need to hire a lot of pilots.
Exactly how many is a little unclear: One of the executives leading Uber’s effort to apply... Read more »
Spensa Technologies, a startup that has developed sensors, software, and other products that give farmers insights about their operations, is now set to become part of global digital services company DTN.
Minneapolis-based DTN announced Tuesday that it has agreed to acquire... Read more »
Stay current on news from Wisconsin’s innovation community with these recent headlines:
—Johnson Controls International (NYSE: JCI) said it’s considering selling its Power Solutions business, or spinning it out into a separate company. JCI said the corporate division, which... Read more »
DraftKings has been busy since its proposed merger with FanDuel was scrapped last summer, after the two daily fantasy sports rivals decided not to fight a federal agency’s antitrust challenge to the deal.
Boston-based DraftKings has since made a series... Read more »
Gene editing has arrived. Of the various forms of the technology, CRISPR-Cas9 is the easiest to use, and it’s already showing up in summer camps and school science labs near you. That would be middle schools.
When everyone can edit an... Read more »
In a surprising statement late today from the White House, President Donald Trump unilaterally prohibited Broadcom’s proposed takeover of Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM), the world’s biggest maker of chips for smartphones.
Citing a recommendation from a national security panel and other... Read more »
Austin—The future of artificial intelligence and its applications for businesses, consumers, and life in general remain murky.
Last year at South by Southwest, prognosticator Ray Kurzweil discussed his prediction that A.I. would have human-level intelligence by 2029. This year, Adam... Read more »