If you recall, after a while of using phones without wires, most of us stopped calling them “cordless.” If Watertown’s WiTricity (or another provider of wireless power-charging technology) succeeds, it’s probable the same will happen to electricity.
MIT spinout Superpedestrian has added $4 million, including investments from actor Jared Leto and General Catalyst Partners, to produce its wheel that converts bicycles into electric-hybrids for easier hill-climbing and long-distance rides.
Throughout his talk at the EmTech MIT conference today, Boston Dynamics chief executive Marc Raibert carefully avoided mentioning the robotic-elephant in the room — Google, which just so happens to own his company.
CyberArk Software has become Boston’s first broadly focused cybersecurity company to go public in two decades, with an initial public offering that saw strong demand from investors and raised $86 million.
After the first full academic year of the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology near Moscow, the university—a collaboration between MIT and the Russian government—saw nearly half of its 80 students involved in a startup.
The days of waiting for your medical test results or appointment information to arrive via snail mail are on their way out, if two fast-growing health IT companies in Massachusetts have a say in it.More →