June 21, 2018
On-demand fitness content maker Aaptiv has raised $22 million in a new funding round led by Millenium Technology Value Partners. Existing investor Insight Venture Partners also contributed to the round, as did several strategic investors: The Amazon Alexa Fund, Disney, Warner Music Group, and NWS Holdings.
Aaptiv offers an app that helps a user choose from a library of audio training sessions...
October 11, 2017
Health2047, the American Medical Association-backed technology innovation enterprise, is working with pharma company Celgene to create a new healthcare information transfer system. As part of the deal, Health2047 is developing a new data transfer protocol for healthcare, focused on security, trustworthiness, and connectivity. More.
Samsung recently announced two interesting partnerships...
September 27, 2017
Garmin’s upcoming effort to woo younger customers will have the support of some big brands, as the company announced today that its vivofit jr. 2 wearable activity tracker will prominently feature Minnie Mouse, Captain America, and other Disney licensed characters.
“Disney is committed to creating healthier generations, and we’ve worked with Garmin to make healthy living fun with a wearable...
March 4, 2014
Dental hygiene company Oral-B announced the launch of an oral care app for kids in partnership with Disney, called Disney Magic Timer App by Oral-B, so that kids brush their teeth for a longer period of time. The app is powered by DreamPlay, a technology Disney uses to integrate apps with physical toys.
While dental professionals recommend brushing for two minutes, most children typically spend...