Breather launched its “Zipcar for rooms” at the LeWeb conference today. The startup also revealed closing $1.5 million to accelerate development and growth.
This year’s LeWeb was heavy on tech jargon, but we’re beginning to see the Internet of Things take shape.
SmartThings CEO Jeff Hagins turned on the Christmas lights in Paris, but the Christmas tree was in Minnesota. And when one of his developers back in the U.S. hit the liquor cabinet, Hagins got an SMS.
Can a sleek headband which reads your brainwaves help you to achieve inner peace? Interaxon’s CEO, Ariel Garten certainly thinks so. Her company’s first product, Muse, is an EEG (Electroencephalography) headband which determines what kind of brain waves you are producing and a Brain Health package which tells you how to change them.
Around the world, the biggest apps — and the ones that make the most money — are turning to Facebook for users and features.
Mars may once have looked like Earth. It has seasons, polar ice-caps and once supported shallow seas and flowing streams. So did it also once support life?
The audio-sharing network SoundCloud, which allows users to share not just music but any audio recording — from company earnings calls to cat impersonations — has just launched a new version, “Next SoundCloud,” at LeWeb in Paris.
Guest Post Carlos Espinal is partner at Seedcamp, a European micro seed fund for internet technology companies.
Guest Post Jan Rezab is the CEO of social media and digital analytics company SocialBakers.