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Protecting User Privacy

Articles about Slice Intelligence selling your data to Uber have been top of the news this week. In case you haven’t been following the story, in a nutshell, the controversy has been surrounding Unroll.me, which searches user email data to detect recurring emails and use that information to unsubscribe you from products and services you
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From Louisville to San Francisco: Our Highway1 Experience

We founded Mailhaven with a vision of creating infrastructure for the future of delivery; to create a simple and seamless post purchase experience by curbing missed deliveries, stolen packages and emissions related to re-delivery attempts. You can read more about how it all started here. It was important to identify resources that would be crucial
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Why We are Building Infrastructure for The Future of Delivery

One day, after standing outside an ArrowMyFood customer’s door for over 5 minutes, I asked myself “why can’t there be a delivery box where I can leave the delivery and head out.” After all, the customer had already paid for it and I didn’t need to collect cash from them. A couple of weeks later,
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🗣 There's a skill for that...

Amazon Echo is transforming the way we live, work and now stay up to date about local news. Alexa is the personal assistant we’ve always wanted and with thousands of skills coming out every month, the possibilities of what she can do for us seems to be endless. Luckily our company MailHaven, is headquartered in
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Pre-orders Are Now Open

Thanks to everyone for their support over the last few months, we announced that we won a $25,000 grant through the Vogt Innovations awards in September. In addition, we recently won the Greater Louisville Inc, Hot & Fast Innovation Award. We were selected among the 6 startups recognized as innovative early stage startups for the
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Vogt Awards Winners

We are glad to announce that we are one of the six Vogt Awards winners. This is an award for startups with high potential to create technology that can scale, provide immense value and increase economic activity in the Louisville Metropolitan area. Since 1999, the Vogt Awards program has been funding product development and commercialization
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The Internet of Postal Things

It’s the day after Prime Day and there is a strong likelihood that over $1 billion was spent by online consumers. Now the wait begins, couriers are scrambling to get the items you ordered to your front door. A process that requires new innovation and still has some outdated practices, like the challenge of tracking
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How Communities are Leveraging Technology to Create a Better Quality of Life

Cities, subdivisions and communities are using technology to improve the standard of living and efficiency within their boundaries. Administrators believe that by adopting new technology, they can get a better return on their investment dollars, as opposed to investing in traditional alternatives. While most of these pilots or partnerships are new, we are yet to
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What to Do if Your Package Is Stolen

If you are one of the 23 million Americans that have had their packages stolen at some point, you already know the frustration and confusion when this happens. As prevalent as this is, there are no real solutions to curb this and most people do not know what to do if they ever become a
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The Rise of Porch Pirates

Online shopping can be super convenient; you don’t have to leave your home, no waiting in line, or hauling your item several feet to your car. It’s showing no signs of slowing down and there is a lot of from for growth. In 2016 an estimated $327 billion will be spent on online shopping and
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