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Evolving SmartCoparent app adds a vital piece

By GREGORY ZELLER // A simple app launched to help separated co-parents manage shifting childcare schedules has ignited its second-stage boosters – and a new partnership with a leading online portfolio company could blast it into the divorced-parents stratosphere. Hauppauge-based Aeonic Ventures – producer of the SmartCoparent app, an all-in-one digital platform designed to simplify the often-chaotic lives of separated co-parents – has announced a new collaboration with California-based Internet Brands Inc., a portfolio company…


With top advisors, SmartCoparent smartens up

By GREGORY ZELLER // Any parent will tell you the value of good advice, and of course that applies to SmartCoparent. The subsidiary of Hauppauge-based Aeonic Ventures – which recently launched its namesake app, an all-in-one digital platform for separated co-parents – has now announced the formation of its Independent Strategic Advisory Board, to be comprised of “leading experts in emerging technologies and family law.” SmartCoparent is the second product by Aeonic Ventures founder and…


SmartCoparent: Pulling together for divorced duos

By GREGORY ZELLER // From the mind behind the Moiety scheduling app comes the next evolution in peaceful co-parenting for the matrimonially challenged. SmartCoparent is the second product by Hauppauge-based Aeonic Ventures, following the 2016 launch (and subsequent upgrades) of Moiety, a scheduling app that works for any social group (or “crew”) but is designed especially for separated co-parents, their families and assorted childcare providers. With SmartCoparent, Aeonic Ventures founder and President Gregory Wagner goes…


The co-parents have spoken, and Moiety responds

With a successful social media campaign, a hot iOS launch and a long-anticipated Android debut all in the rear-view mirror, the makers of the Moiety app are listening. And the brain trust at Woodbury-based Aenoic Ventures are heeding what they hear, with a host of upgrades – many based on user feedback – debuting this week on the social-scheduling program. Even before it launched, Moiety – which works for any social group, or “crew,” but…


Hot Moiety eyes ‘enhancements,’ Android

A month after it hit the ground running, Moiety is finding its legs. So says Woodbury-based Aeonic Ventures LLC, which this week reported on the progress of its flagship scheduling app, roughly a month after launching in the App Store. Designed to be useful to any social group but especially to divorced or separated co-parents and their “crews,” the app debuted on iOS devices Oct. 19, and Aeonic Ventures “couldn’t be happier” with its performance….


The Moiety trailer is no longer coming soon

 By GREGORY ZELLER // (Cue cool-sounding voice-over guy.) In a world where advanced technologies rule … Where patience is the only thing shorter than attention span … And humanity’s very economic survival hangs in the balance … There comes a hero. Or a clever marketing campaign, at least, cooked up by Greg Wagner, founder of Woodbury-based Aeonic Ventures. Recognizing his target audience’s taste for movie trailers, the innovator has created a cinema-style teaser for his…


No. 125: Smoked in Albany, the new TiVo and a weasel takes out Higgs Boson

It’s Monday out there: A great start to the week and a shout out to new readers, including Ed, Jason, Fayellen, Liz, Tom and the crowd at Boz. Welcome aboard and, collectively, don’t forget to send us tips, story ideas, gripes, quips, corrections and criticisms to editor@innovateli.com. Honus Wagner stole second, third and home in the same inning on this day in 1909. Forty players have accomplished the feat a total of 50 times, the last by…


No. 108: A really clean room, intravital views and why entrepreneurs are so hot on Tinder

And away we go: A much-deserved TGIF everybody. It’s Feb. 26, on which the official groundbreaking for the Golden Gate Bridge was held in 1933. Jackie Gleason would have been 100 today. Rethinking the wall: Immigrants are responsible for more than 35 percent of American innovation, even though foreign-born residents represent only 13 percent of the total population, according to new study by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation, which measured innovation through national awards, patent filings and other…