Spanish photographer David Lloda travels the world shooting tournaments.
Ralph Lauren has created a jacket to keep US Olympic athletes warm in the chilly South Korean winter—and soon, you too could own one.
VCs continue to pump money into startups attempting to inject life into the legacy and lucrative insurance industry. The latest ‘insurtech’ company to pick up funding in the U.K. is Anorak Technologies, which is on a self-described mission to “build the world’s smartest independent insurance adviser,” starting with life insurance. Read More
Pixek, an end-to-end encrypted photo app, could point to the future of searchable cloud data storage.
The national conversation about harassment started in tech, but other industries, like Hollywood, have leapt to the forefront.
It’s how thousands of expectant parents see their baby’s face for the first time. And one day soon, it may be how doctors cure disease.
ViViDoctor, a healthtech startup out of Brussels that offers teleconsultations with doctors, has raised €400,000 in seed funding as it continues to sell its service into hospitals. The company enables patients to consult with doctors and other specialists online, including via video conference. Read More