Nine startups from Montréal, Québec accelerator FounderFuel's recent graduates are coming to Silicon Valley.
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"We connect things to the cloud -- anything that normally wouldn't communicate," ReelyActive chief executive Jeffrey Dungen told me today. "But the small companies that have looked at RFID are totally disenfranchised ... they go looking for a solution for maybe 100 or 200 RFIC tags, and simply can't buy one."
OpenTable and GrubHub own the app-based food ordering space, right? So how does a small startup break into the market?
I'm in Montreal, Quebec, for FounderFuel's demo day today. Quebec is known as la belle province in Canada, and investors as well as founders are hoping to see both beautiful pitches and beautiful startups today.
When Paul Mockapetris invented the Internet’s Domain Name System (DNS), he had no idea his creation would come to shape parts of the web for many years to come. But because he started simple and had a future-looking plan, his …
If your tech conference is ever lacking in enthusiasm or profanity, just bring in 500 Startups founder Dave McClure to warm up the audience and flip them off.
McClure gave one of the first talks at Montreal’s International Startup Festival …