As a teen entrepreneur and self-taught web and streaming developer, James Mulvany was drawing a full-time income from his first start-up before he’d even finished secondary school
Didja started life as a mobile app that allowed users to clip the best stuff on TV, but the VCs who invested in the company were after a stronger idea to realise the potential of the platform they had invested in
One of the rising stars at last year’s NAB trade show: a virtual clipping company which hails from the education sector
In this month’s Start-up Alley, we look at music start-ups using AI and sophisticated software development to help video creators produce innovative soundtracks.
Back in 2013, Biarritz-based skate fans Romain Violleau and Rémi Chasles found themselves frustrated by what a fiddly task it was to isolate and share YouTube moments of their favourite skateboarders performing tricks.
iKast uses blockchain to offer an independent rights management marketplace, complete with verification.
The idea for Showtag came to founder Ewald Bos almost eight years ago as he attempted to track down a pair of sunglasses that a character had worn in the …
Belarus is now home to more than a hundred tech start-ups, which were galvanised recently by a decree from the country’s five-term President, Alexander Lukashenko, who promised its IT industry …
Milan-based Metaliquid was spun out of Italian consultancy Metreta, which collects data by combining IT deep learning with artificial intelligence across a number of different markets.
From the SoCal coast, a new kind of company has emerged that fuses content creation with app development and live video streaming.