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Eight startups from CRL's accelerator cohort pitched their prototypes within the U + I space at Howick Place in London at the CRL's first Demo Day, on Thursday 25 January.
After months of build up and press release teasers, CES 2018 came and went in a flash, was it worth it?
Cupris Health has developed communication software and smartphone-connected medical devices that enable the remote diagnosis and management of patient conditions.
Trackener is revolutionizing equine care with a 24/7 monitoring device and app. eeDesignIt spoke with Pauline Issard, co-founder and CEO and Jeremie Charlet, co-founder and CTO to learn more about their startup journey and route to market.
eeDesignIt spoke with Ross Murray-Jones, CCO at Carv to learn more about the winter wearable.
Heather Corcoran is the head of European design and technology outreach. She spoke with eeDesignIt about her experience so far with tech startups.
Felcana is the new generation of digital pet care. It is an ecosystem of connected and responsive smart devices to monitor your pet. Designed by experienced vets and developed by inventive engineers.
Situated in the idyllic and typically English countryside village of Thursley, Surrey, you will find MysteryVibe.
It feels 2017 has flown by, at a similar pace to the rate of developing technology this year. It seems everywhere you look there is another metric to be measured by a wearable, another breakthrough within autonomous driving.
Bare Conductive is a design and technology company producing an electrically conductive paint, capacitive sensor hardware and a range of kits.
Kokoon: the world's first sleep sensing headphones, comfortable enough to sleep in, without compromising acoustic quality.
At WeWork Waterhouse square in London, Cogniance and IW Capital debuted their tech startup pitch event.
While many sat down this Thanksgiving and gave thanks over their turkey to things such as family, health, friends and good fortune - we can't help but feel that tech deserves a mention.
Forget vampires, ghouls and monsters under the bed this Halloween. What's really scary is the pace of technology hurtling towards us at 1,000mph.
Held at the World Conference Center in Bonn, Germany, the international VDI Congress ELIV (Electronics In Vehicles) defines new trends and establishes the main basis for decision-making in the automotive industry.