startup

The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

For MoviePass, Losing Money Was the Plan All Along

On this episode, we discuss the company's controversial business plan, and what it actually does with your data.
VICE Staff
6.15.18
somethingsomething pun

That Sketchy Steven Seagal-Endorsed ICO Is Under Siege By State Regulators

"Bitcoiin" has run afoul of the law in New Jersey.
Jordan Pearson
3.8.18
Hot investment opportunities

Own One-Sixth of a Porsche With This Blockchain Luxury Company

TEND was founded by a former Credit Suisse banker.
Jordan Pearson
11.2.17
No Really Why?

Meet the Woman Who Created a Coffee for Dogs Called ‘Rooffee’

Agota Jakutyte, the product’s creator, assured me she’s serious.
Louise Matsakis
10.26.17
Desus & Mero

The Bodega Boys Are Just as Upset About That 'Bodega' Vending Machine as You Are

Desus and Mero flame the controversial startup that plans to eliminate corner stores.
Sarah Bellman
9.14.17
food waste

This Startup Turns Beer Waste into Fancy Vegan Smoothies

Wasting beer is not cool—but maybe beer waste is.
Becky Hughes
8.22.17
stop it

Dear Startups: Fuck Your Nerf Battles

Nerf gun fights are tech culture's stupidest tradition.
Sarah Emerson
4.25.17
Creators: 50 States of Art

Meet the Artist-Run Incubator Empowering Makers in Indiana

Consuelo Poland writes about her experience running RUCKUS Makerspace in Indianapolis.
Consuelo Poland
2.24.17
50 states of art

Meet the Artist-Run Incubator Empowering Makers in Indiana | #50StatesofArt

Consuelo Poland writes about her experience running RUCKUS Makerspace in Indianapolis.
Consuelo Poland
2.24.17
Technology

This Smartphone Gadget Turns Fruit into Alcohol

The humble fruit bowl becomes a liquor store.
Daisy Meager
1.12.17
alcohol

This Startup Analyses Your DNA to Tell You What Wine to Drink

California-based Vinome says it can find your perfect bottle of wine by creating personalized taste profiles based on DNA.
Daisy Meager
10.31.16
Technology

Are These Insanely Realistic Fake Shrimp the Future of Sustainable Seafood?

This San Francisco-based startup has developed a faux shrimp made in a lab from algae and plants, and it tastes so much like the real thing that its founders say people can’t tell the difference.
Wyatt Marshall
10.6.16
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