A Birmingham couple enters the fast-growing childcare app industry with a focus on babysitters who are college students. Incubator support and seed funding has boosted them into seven university cities in the Southeast.
The new manufacturing upgrade at Arkema will result in 23 new hires, bringing its workforce to 110.
We have come to expect outward-facing cameras in vehicles, but now they’ll look inward to spot one of the most frequent sources of vehicular danger, that being the driver.
DC BLOX is amplifying strategic data capacity in support of Alabama’s most concentrated business and technology centers.
Alabama is well represented in this newest field of medical research. Perhaps more promising than the genome is the new frontier of the microbiome — your gut microbes and “all of the bugs that are living in symbiotic relationship with us.”
Diamond Fortress’s fingerprint ID system works on a smartphone and opens secure banking services to remote areas of the world.
A new wearable device by AerBetic Inc. lets diabetics keep up with their blood-sugar levels.
Birmingham-based Lyric Partners LLC recently birthed Lullabuddy, a portable player and speaker pre-loaded with music from Mae Robertson’s lullaby and love song collection.
As technology expands to phones, cars, home speakers and refrigerators, people charged with creating increasingly complex technology solutions have reached a conclusion: They need to be casting a broader net.
An onsite fuel-delivery service based in Birmingham hopes to erase the inconveniences and unpleasantry of gas station chores from your life.