Some MIT researchers think they’ve found a way to make digital photography even more idiot-proof. By combining next-generation camera hardware with new image-processing algorithms, a team from the school’s Media Lab says it’s possible to eliminate many of the washed-out spots.More →
SimpliVity, a digital infrastructure supplier, was already valued at more than $1 billion in its last private fundraising round. Today, chief executive Doron Kempel tells Bloomberg that the company plans to be ready for an initial public offering by the end of next year.More →
Cambridge hardware consulting company Dragon Innovation has helped some of the startup world’s top hardware companies get their products made. Now, the company is taking an investment from Amazon, which is hoping to spread its voice-recognition tech to more devices.More →
As more people shop online, apartment managers are wrangling with a growing pile of delivered boxes. One Massachusetts startup is among the companies trying to sell apartment developers on a system of computer-controlled lockers to handle the job instead.More →
Cambridge’s Dragon Innovation is moving the focus off its own hardware crowdfunding site and onto providing its “manufacturability” services to projects raising funding on sites such as Indiegogo and Kickstarter.
A Cambridge startup led by IdeaPaint founder John Goscha has unveiled a line of energy-efficient light bulbs that it claims can replicate the warm glow of the old-fashioned incandescent bulbs that went out of production early this year.More →