Articles Posted in the " startups " Category

  • Cambridge Startup Aims to Change the Face of Robotics

    A Cambridge robotics software startup plans to introduce new technology by the end of the year that will ultimately allow robots to work autonomously from humans. Neurala, Inc. recently unveiled the world’s first robot intelligence software designed for widespread commercial use at the Boston TechStars Demo Day Event, a showcase for companies participating in Techstars’ […]


  • Saving Lives with Database Technology

    Deep Information Sciences, a startup based in Portsmouth, NH, is making waves in tech industry with DeepDB, their new database technology. One of the company’s earliest customers provides logistics for field personnel in times of major crises. According to Deep CEO Kurt Dobbins, the unnamed customer was able to use Deep DB to generate a […]


  • Twitter Acquires another Local Startup

    Spindle Labs announced on their blog today that they have been acquired by Twitter, marking the third time this year that the social media giant has acquired a Boston-area tech startup. Co-founded in 2010 by a trio of employees from Microsoft’s Cambridge office, Spindle Labs specializes in social content discovery. The company’s mobile app serves […]


  • “Graduated” Startups Find Downtown Office Space

    Dozens of startup companies have found a new destination for affordable office space: Downtown Crossing. The more popular destinations, such as Boston’s Seaport/Innovation District and Kendall Square in Cambridge, have proven too expensive for these emerging companies. The 1.4 million square foot Downtown Crossing submarket is better known as the hub of department store shopping […]


  • Startup Expands to Downtown Boston

    Adding to the growing concentration of startup companies expanding to Boston, Nasuni Corporation is opening up a second office in the Hub. Currently headquartered in Natick, Nasuni’s new sales and marketing office at 101 Arch Street is expected to open as early as July 1st. Nasuni is a storage vendor known for introducing Storage Infrastructure-as-a […]


  • HubSpot CEO offers insight for startups

    According to HubSpot CEO and co-founder Brian Halligan, location does matter for startup companies. HubSpot, a Cambridge-based marketing software firm (right down the street from ABG’s commercial office) has seen its revenue skyrocket in the past year, bringing in $52 million in 2012, 82 percent up from the previous year’s totals. The company has raised […]