Did You Take Your Meds? Medisafe Reminds from the Cloud

In this video, the MediSafe Project is described as a system targeted to help you and your family take your medication on time and safely.

MediSafe Project’s co-founding brothers started the company when their diabetic father double-dosed on insulin and suffered an emergency. They understood if they were more involved in reviewing their father’s daily medication and insulin regimens, it could change his behavior for the better and help him get healthier. MediSafe Project reduces hospitalization and mortality, and increases medication compliance and health. It allows families, friends and caretakers to have peace of mind their loved ones are taking medications on time, even when they can’t be there.

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If You Want Customers to Come, iDevices Will Build It

Why be a prisoner in the kitchen? The iGrill is an app-enabled wireless Bluetooth meat thermometer that allows you to monitor your food from up to 200 feet away. Developed by iDevices, the iGrill is just an example of the kind of useful apps that iDevices can develop for you.

If your company needs to app-enable a product, develop a new product, or create a custom application, iDevices offers innovations and inventions for the future. We have integrated all required resources in-house to create and launch app-enabled products both independently and with partner companies. Consumer product companies and hard-good manufacturers seek out iDevices to provide strategic direction and development support for the incorporation of WiFi and Bluetooth® connectivity to mobile platforms and tablets for their products.

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GoodSync Aggregates Free Cloud Storage


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A new site called GoodSync asks the question: What if you could take advantage of the free storage space offered by several services and seamlessly integrate syncs between those services?

GoodSync backs up and synchronizes files between all your desktops, laptops, servers, and external drives. With GoodSync, users of Microsoft SkyDrive (7GB free storage), Amazon Cloud Drive (5GB free storage), and Google Drive (5GB free storage) can effortlessly coordinate syncs between online services totaling 17GB of free online storage. All your syncs will be neatly packaged in one place—your GoodSync desktop application. Plus, you won’t be incurring any additional fees.

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With Appy Pie, Anyone Can Build Mobile Apps

Do you want a mobil app for your enterprise, but don’t know where to start? Enter Appy Pie, a rapidly growing Cloud based Mobile Apps Builder Software company that allows nearly anyone to create basic applications for mobiles and smartphones.

Appy Pie allows users to create fully functional and customized apps in a wide variety of unique categories that range from mobile games and navigational tools, to e-book readers and business utilities on today’s most popular mobile operating systems. Through Appy Pie’s App Builder Platform, users can access various app building tools, and begin the process of bringing their application to life through an easy, step-by-step set of instructions that guides consumers with interactive directions right on the screen. Once completed, users are able to upload their mobile creation onto Android, iTunes, and very soon, to Blackberry and Windows operating systems, allowing for additional exposure, sharing, and even monetization upon approval.

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Excendia Virtual Assistant Delivers on What Siri Promised

Did Apple’s Siri technology get you all excited only to leave you disappointed? Enter the new Excendia Virtual Assistant from Speech Mobility.

Given the challenging modern business lifestyle and recent technological advances, our Speech Mobility team saw a need to improve the way business phone systems work so we created Excendia,” said Bachir Halimi, Speech Mobility Founder and CEO.

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Fulbright Brings Bright Young Minds to Portland for Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation

In this video, Rich Brueckner from inside-Startups sits down with Fulbright Foreign Students Amos Schkowsky and Eric Chua to learn more about their recent seminar on Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

The Fulbright program brought graduate students from over 70 countries to Portland to learn from its rich community of businesses and nonprofit organizations that emphasize sustainability, social responsibility, and environmental stewardship.

The seminar featured a panel discussion with three social entrepreneurs from Portland who discussed how their Startups are using business as a tool for social change.

Featured Startups:

  • My Street Grocery, a community mobile grocer with a mission to increase fresh food access for all.
  • EcoZoom makes clean cookstoves for developing countries, tackling the hugely unaddressed problem that 3 billion people worldwide do not have access to modern energy fuels.
  • Sustainable Harvest, an importer of high quality specialty-grade coffees that works with international growers to bring a reliable, traceable, and premium product to coffee roasters.

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Video: Dwolla – The Future of Money

In this video, Ben Milne, Founder & CEO of Dwolla presents: On Empowering A New Transaction: The Future Of Money.

Dwolla is a payment network that allows anyone to send, request and accept money. We’re not like those other big payment companies that rely on plastic cards and charge hefty fees. Instead, we’ve built our own network that securely connects to your bank account and allows you to move money for just $0.25 per transaction, or free for transactions $10 or less.

CoPatient Startup Audits Your Medical Bills for Cost Savings

Katie Vahle (left) and Rebecca Palm say accounts have grown twentyfold and expect to add about 20 staffers in the next year. Photo by Motoya Nakamura/The Oregonian

Over at the Oregonian, D.K. Row writes that Portland’s CoPatient Startup is enjoying sustained growth with its ability to audit medical bills for cost savings on behalf of consumers.

Although co-founders Katie Vahle and Rebecca Palm declined to disclose revenue data they said CoPatient has seen the number of individual accounts surge twentyfold. The company recently began working with Miller Paint Co., which self-funds its employee health plan. The Portland-based paint company has about 350 employees, each of whom now has a CoPatient account. That means every employee is paired with a CoPatient billing expert to examine healthcare expenses for errors or overcharges.

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Video: PDX Startup Vizify Makes You More Visible Online

In this video from the new Stumptwon Startups Blog, Erica Nochlin reports that Portland Startup Vizify offers a quick and free way to create an interactive, online slideshow about your life.

The lines between your professional and personal identity online are blurring. For instance, our research with hiring managers told us that their biggest pain point was finding a cultural fit,” said Arwa Jumkawala, Vizify’s director of marketing. “Our vizcard prompts are designed to address that; they showcase your achievements, but also your interests, and quirks.”

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