Kabir Narang, General Partner and Co-Head of Asia at B Capital said, “With its dockless fleet of scooters, Bounce is a short-distance mobility solution that is affordable and efficient. Also, a Bounce bike takes over six bikes off the roads, helping reduce congestion and pollution from cities.” … [Read more...] about Indian bike rental startup Bounce raises $105 million in new round of funding
If the automated system is close to their skill level, it may entice people to climb aboard—not for the sense of adventure but for the dull reliability of an everyday commute. Groden says the goal is to make flying as routine as an elevator ride. “If I asked you the last time you were in an elevator, you probably wouldn’t remember,” says Groden. “Forgetability . . . indicates that it is such a consistent and safe and reliable service.” … [Read more...] about This startup wants to make urban flying as accessible as riding the bus
For all of Mint’s failure to evolve and improve, its core functionality—putting your accounts in one free and easily scanned dashboard—continues to be fundamentally useful. That was the ability that led Fast Company to call it “the Axe Bodyspray of personal finance–cool, fresh, and even sexy.” Any competitor will need to provide the same quick answers to “how much did I make?” and “where did I spend it?” before scaring Intuit out of its apathy. … [Read more...] about What the hell happened to Mint?
The company claims over than 1,20,000 rides per day and has clocked over 16 million rides till date.Get access to India's fastest growing financial subscriptions service Moneycontrol Pro for as little as Rs 599 for first year. Use the code "GETPRO". Moneycontrol Pro offers you all the information you need for wealth creation including actionable investment ideas, independent research and insights & analysis For more information, check out the Moneycontrol website or mobile app. … [Read more...] about Shared mobility start-up Bounce raises $105 mn in fresh funding
CityHome is essentially a hideaway bed taken to the upteenth level. It’s a mechanical box about the size of a closet that sits inside an apartment, where it stows a bed, dining room table, kitchen surface, a cooking range, a closet, and multipurpose storage, too. Through gestures, touch, and voice control, each element can be called forth from the cube. Internal motors eject each piece with the convenient fluidity of a power window. And, in a final trick, the entire module can move a few feet each way, extending or compressing a room at will. (If you’re not in the bathroom, do you need the space to use the shower, or would that square footage be better served in the living room or kitchen?) … [Read more...] about MIT’s CityHome Is A House In A Box You Control By Waving Your Hand