The Glam App Unveils Two New Celebrity Inspired Looks and New VVIP Option

Coined as the Uber of Glam, the Glam App allows customers to ‘Book an Appointment’ for hair styling, make-up and nail services that comes right to your door. Today, the on-demand beauty platform unveiled two new celebrity inspired looks, the Paris and the Hollywood created by hairstylist Joey Maalouf. The Paris features the heiress’s signature eyeliner and nude eyes, lips and cheeks.

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Microsoft and Walmart Partner Up To Compete With Amazon

On the heels of Amazon’s Prime day, Microsoft and Walmart announced they will be joining forces under a five-year deal. Per Forbes Global 2000 list Microsoft ranks 20th and Walmart ranks 24th while Amazon ranks 53rd, clearly with this deal Microsoft and Walmart may be the top retailer globally. Continue Reading →

First Sputnik ATX Cohort to Graduate: Inaugural Class of Startups to Present to Investors on Demo Day Tomorrow

The Texas capital, Austin, has been a city of technology and innovation for well over a decade with technology companies like Dell whose headquarters are located there. Coined as “Silicon Hills,” Austin has been named the 8th America’s Fastest-Growing Cities 2018 and 2nd The Best Cities for Young Professionals in 2017 by Forbes. Since 2011 the city has hosted Austin Startup Week which is five days of events celebrating Austin startups, the organizations and meetups for networking. During the annual event organizations and startups open their doors and host events for both locals and visitors who are interested in learning more about the startup scene in Austin. It is clear that Austin, currently, is ideal for startups, innovators and entrepreneurs. Continue Reading →

Opter Pose: The Posture Correcting Wearable Device

Posture is definitely something that you need to pay attention to, especially for those of us who have desks jobs or work from a home office.

Per Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Statistics on average, 95% of an office workers’ day is spent sitting in front of the computer. Musculoskeletal injuries resulting from poor workplace ergonomics (i.e.: bad posture) account for 34% of all lost workday injuries and illnesses. Office ergonomics done right can increase productivity on average by 11%. Continue Reading →