Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt is tricky enough to navigate when you’re being pitched every few feet by hungry young startups.
So we’ve harnessed that energy into a fast run through some of the companies out there today. One of the major themes is that social is by no means over.
Plenty of startups are still mining that rich seam, and it’s interesting to see the sheer variety of firms… → Read More
Think about when you go to a wedding (in my ripe old age, I have been to one) and you jot down a note in a big book for the couple. Imagine if instead you could record a video or audio message (or be boring and stick to the text) for them. That’s what Evergram offers. → Read More
Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco is full of disruptive companies, and it’s hard to pick a favorite.
But to give you a sense of the craziness, you need to tune in for just 5 minutes and check out these companies.
There’s plenty more where these came from and some more videos coming, including the country Pavilions. Stay tuned.
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It’s Day 2 in Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco, and the startups just keep coming. This year’s Alley is bigger than it’s ever been, so it’s pretty tough to get through all the companies.
Indeed you could spend all day going through every single one, but we do our best to give you a flavour of the companies in a few bite-sized TechCrunch TV videos like this one. Enjoy!
The… → Read More
What a day! TechCrunch Disrupt SF day two kicked off with super angel Ron Conway and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee. Then we had Kevin Rose, Marc Benioff, Aaron Levie and many others. Not to mention Mike Arrington’s epic chat with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. Be sure to check out all of our live coverage of Disrupt SF day two here.
TechCrunch founder Mike Arrington sat down with AOL CEO Tim Armstrong this afternoon at TechCrunch Disrupt SF – yes, the CEO of the same company that Arrington sold the blog he created to two years ago (…before later being forced out). The last time the two were on stage together was when AOL bought TechCrunch, in fact. Arrington started off by complimenting Armstrong on tripling the AOL stock… → Read More