Plus, Rent the Runway is going to start offering clothing for girls, and Landed just raised a $7.5 million Series A round.
Billionaires are spending fortunes on longevity tech but to live a healthy century all you need are friends, a simple diet and exercise.
Plus, a new startup helps educators build their own websites and another startup is disrupting cottage cheese.
Plus, Rent the Runway is breaking into the home decor space, and a startup called Doorport is going to make your apartment smarter.
Plus, mobile app Hooch launches Hooch Black, and Yumi, a Los Angeles-based, baby-food subscription service has weekly plans starting at $35.
Plus, there’s a new air activated smartphone charger and Quip launches a toothbrush for kids.
Plus, the on-demand food delivery service startup, DoorDash, raised $400 million in Series F financing and screen time management tool, Circle, raises $20 million Series B.
Plus, a work video communication startup raises $11 million, and an artificial intelligence company raises $4 million.
A new app called Squad now lets users share their phone screens rather than their faces.
There is plenty of opportunity to do good and do well helping to soften the blow.