GYENNO Cup reminds you to drink more water, tells you the weather and sends you calendar updates.
One startup is helping us to get rid of some of the clutter in our homes by creating a dual purposed product that helps to illuminate our home and plays our favourite tunes.
Montreal startup OMsignal is banking on a future of the wearable market in which clothes gather all sorts of information about a person’s health. To support the effort, the company said Tuesday it raised $10 million in a round of financing led by Bessemer Venture Partners.
By: Katherine Rosman. Source: The Wall Street Journal
With WWD’s news that Nordstrom is bringing Wanelo into 100+ of its stores via a TV display that’ll scroll through its wares most highly rated by users, the social media shopping game just got changed up.
By: Leah Melby. Source: Glamour
Fitbay, a fashion-focused social network aiming to crowdsource the online clothes shopping fit problem, has closed a $2 million seed funding round.
By Natasha Lomas. Source: TechCrunch
@WalmartLabs, the retailer’s Silicon Valley-based R&D and innovation center, is today announcing its 13th acquisition — and its first from New York’s “Silicon Alley” — with the acquisition of fashion app Stylr.
By Sarah Perez. Source: TechCrunch
No one can predict with perfect accuracy what technology trend will birth the next set of billion-dollar, venture-backed companies or “unicorns.”
By: Patricia Nakache and Phil Carter. Source: TechCrunch.
After amassing a ton of good press, smartphone-linked jewelry startup Ringly slaughtered its pre-sale goal of $60,000 less than eight hours.
By Molly Mulshine. Source: BetaBeat
Enter Ringly, a truly wearable fashion technology in the form of finger jewelry. This high-tech ring actually buzzes and lights up when you get a phone call.
By Sarah Buhr. Source: TechCrunch