Startup Takes Wireless Patch To Hospital

October 5, 2016

By Rick Merritt. This article originally appeared on EE Times, October 4, 2016.

STMicroelectronics Co-Designs Triple-Band SoC

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Startup HMicro Inc. comes out of stealth mode today with a plan to create a high volume market for disposable wireless patches. Its HC1100 SoC, co-developed with STMicroelectronics, uses Wi-Fi and […]

Read More

HMicro Raises $10.2 Million In Series C Financing

September 14, 2016

This article originally appeared on VentureBeat, September 9, 2016.

‘The partnership-driven model of our funding approach is carefully managed to build stable, long-term infrastructure and equity for high value,’ says HMicro Inc.’s founder and CEO

FREMONT, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–September 9, 2016–HMicro, Inc., a global company that creates system-on-a-chip biosensor platform technology for medical […]

Read More

What If Uber Stumbles On Way To IPO?

August 31, 2016

By Michelle Quinn. This article originally appeared on The Mercury News, August 31, 2016.

The tech industry is pedaling along just fine.

Nothing on the horizon seems likely to knock off Google, Facebook, Apple or the many smaller companies that are keeping up with the pack.

Except, what if, Uber, the most valuable startup […]

Read More

Uber Loses At Least $1.2 Billion In First Half Of 2016

August 25, 2016

By Eric Newcomer. This article originally appeared on Bloomberg, August 25, 2016.

After touting profitability in the U.S. early this year, the ride-hailing company is said to post second-quarter losses exceeding $100 million

The ride-hailing giant Uber Technologies Inc. is not a public company, but every three months, dozens of shareholders get on a […]

Read More

Why The Smallest Firms Face The Biggest Threats Without Automation

August 17, 2016

This article originally appeared on, August 15, 2016.

Time is money for every business, but perhaps no more so than for microbusinesses. With only a handful of employees, the time wasted on manual business processes, like invoicing, means lost business (and, of course, lost money).

But there’s a section of the microenterprise community that may […]

Read More

Stanford Business School Grad Hopes Reform Will Allow Him To Keep Company In Silicon Valley

August 15, 2016

This article originally appeared on New American Economy, August 12, 2016.

Russian-born immigrant, recent Stanford Graduate School of Business graduate, and entrepreneur Misha Esipov, 28, is “on a mission to improve immigrant lending around the world” and “build a cross-border credit bureau to connect U.S. lenders to international data.” His company, Nova Credit Inc., is developing an  […]

Read More

Brexit Could Threaten England’s Global Technology Status

July 6, 2016

By Laura Sydell. This podcast originally appeared on NPR, July 5, 2016.

London-based tech companies face the uncertainty of the upcoming exit from the European Union. Many worry about less investment and less access to the talent they need to grow. Some may just leave.

**Listen to podcast featuring XSeed Partner Robert Siegel below** […]

Read More


Acquiring companies can be a part of growth in big business, but how do you choose companies to acquire? Randall Stephen, CEO and Chairman of @ATT, discusses his companies' choice to acquire Time Warner in the article from @XSeedCapital Partner @robsiegel: hours agoXSeed Capital @XSeedCapital
Looking to sell your products online quickly and efficiently with no more excess inventory? According to this article, "Using data from vendor @Algopix, @GlassesUSA was able to sell through all its inventory on Amazon in less than three months." day agoXSeed Capital @XSeedCapital
A great article from @Techcrunch about how @Lilt is disrupting the text translation space: "By combining the expertise of human translators with the speed and versatility of automated ones, you get the best of both worlds..." Read more here: week agoXSeed Capital @XSeedCapital