The results are in from last week's final-four faceoff of Inc.'s Coolest College Startups. The final two startup teams still in the running for being crowned Inc.'s Coolest College Startup of 2014 are: Keen Home and Applits.
About Keen Home: Founded by New York University graduate entrepreneurship students Ryan Fant and Nayeem Hussain, Keen Home develops home automation products and services that combine smart design with an interface that can be controlled through a user's smart phone. The New York City-based company has yet to ship its first product, but it's now a member of Techstars accelerator and has inked agreements with giant companies such as Lowe's, ADT, and SmartThings.
* Read on for more about Keen Home
About Applits: Ohio State University students Keith Shields and Joshua Tucker co-founded Applits in 2012. The platform, on which app builders and enthusiasts create new apps, has launched nine mobile apps and has 11 more under development.
* Read on for more about Applits
To vote for your favorite team, click on the bracket below. Check back on Tuesday, April 8, to find out which startup team will win not only bragging rights but also free tickets to Inc.'s 2014 GrowCo conference in Nashville in May.
And remember, this one's for all the marbles. Happy voting!