What a racket! Co-founders Jeff and Connor Dawson sit down with Scott to talk about getting high-quality tutorials and coaching for tennis online. Rhabit provides a library of tennis videos updated weekly with instructions from top tennis coaches and offers one-on-one tutorials.
Apple’s new iPhone 8 is reportedly switching from LCD screens to OLED screens. This basically means the screen covers the entire front of the phone instead of a designated area, making it oh so sexy. The problem for Apple is – only Samsung makes OLED screens that fit their needs. This is like McDonald’s having…
New York-based startup Bellhop puts Uber, Lyft, and others like Curb into one big list. Select the best value, and know your wallet was saved that day. Listen to founder Payam Safa talk to Scott Kitun about the potential of Bellhop. If you’d like to invest in Bellhop, then head over to republic.co/bellhop.
G2 Crowd uses its G2 Gives platform to raise funds to aid in Houston post Harvey. Adam Beeson and Marty Duffy join the show to talk to Scott about the fundraising effort
SwitchCharge – a battery case for Nintendo Switch, owes its existence to its supporters and backers on Indiegogo. On May 6, 2017 the project reached 343% of its intended funding, raising $369,432. The product solves a lot of problems that Switch owners have been experiencing. here’s what you’d get with this battery pack: -12+ hours…
Chicago-local Fly uses a global network of servers to handle traffic, run middleware on requests, and route them to backend applications. If you understood that sentence, then Fly is probably for you.
Or maybe it’s not ironic, still unsure how to use that word. PhenixP2P is making latency a thing of the past, so no more live stream issues for us – I mean, for you!
Plants can water themselves? What is it, the future? Actually, no, it’s the present, but Hologram sure makes connectivity a thing of the future.
Peter Thiel is funding Herpes experiments Living the startup hustle isn't easy.Sometimes it helps to take a step back and laugh at the whole game. Join Sean Froelich as he educates you and goofs on tech. Posted by Technori on Monday, September 4, 2017 Living the startup hustle isn’t easy. Sometimes it helps to take…
Rice University has created tiny robots that act like submarines, capable of drilling into targeted cancer cells and killing them. Is this the future of cancer treatment?