• Faster Better Stronger Chargers with Nucleus Scientific

    Nucleus Scientific Launches To Revolutionize Batteries

    How long does it take to recharge an iPhone? A few hours, right? Nucleus Scientific revealed a solution onstage today at TechCrunch Disrupt NY that can charge a phone in minutes. With this technology, a Tesla can be fully recharged in the amount of time it takes to pump a tank of gas. Read More

  • Arctuition’s ArcSite Modernizes The Early Stages Of Engineering With The iPad

    Arctuition’s ArcSite Modernizes The Early Stages Of Engineering With The iPad

    Arctuition is hoping to take advantage of the iPad’s portability, flexibility and range of input options to bring meaningful improvements to an area of CAD and engineering that has remained primarily low-tech. When engineering projects kick off, especially in the consulting engineering field specifically, engineers often have to go out into the field and figure out their plan by scouting… Read More

  • DigitalGenius Brings Artificial Intelligence To Customer Service Via SMS

    DigitalGenius Brings Artificial Intelligence To Customer Service Via SMS

    Imagine you’re dreaming of buying a new car. You see a commercial on TV with a phone number where you can text your questions, but the answers aren’t coming from a human. They come from a smart system fueled by artificial intelligence and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). That’s what DigitalGenius, which presented onstage at Disrupt NY, can do. The tool carries on a… Read More

  • Carly Fiorina Wants to Reimagine Government

    Carly Fiorina: 85-95% Of What We Do Online Is Superficial And Useless

    Former HP CEO and current presidential candidate Carly Fiorina took the stage at Disrupt NY today to talk about her campaign, experience at HP and the role of technology in politics. In talking about her experience¬†in¬†the tech industry today, Fiorina noted that she shepherded HP through the last tech downturn. She doesn’t, however, believe that today’s boom is comparable to that… Read More

  • Bitfusion Helps Developers Get More Power Out Of Their Existing Hardware

    Bitfusion Helps Developers Get More Power Out Of Their Existing Hardware

    While our computers today are often extremely fast, most applications aren’t optimized for the hardware platform they are running on. Libraries are often compiled for a generic platform and can’t make use of the specific features of a given CPU, for example. Read More

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    Carly Fiorina Wants to Reimagine Government

    Carly Fiorina Wants to Reimagine Government on Disrupt New York '15

    Carly Fiorina Wants to Reimagine Government
  • Lyft Wants To Provide The Perfect Transportation Option For Everyone

    Lyft Wants To Provide The Perfect Transportation Option For Everyone

    Lyft co-founder and CEO Logan Green took the stage at Disrupt NY to update everyone on the company’s current focus. Lyft has been iterating quickly for the past few months, and our own Ryan Lawler gave him the opportunity to explain what makes Lyft different from its competitors, and in particular Uber. Read More

  • Vive Aims To Make Everyday A Great Hair Day

    Vive Aims To Make Everyday A Great Hair Day

    Getting a blowout is standard operating procedure for many folks out there; yet the process of booking those appointments (not to mention the high cost of weekly blowouts) makes the experience relatively painful. But Vive, a company launching onstage today at Disrupt NY, is looking to simplify the blowout booking process. With a model almost identical to ClassPass, Vive lets users pay… Read More

  • Star Wars Is Coming To Disney Infinity 3.0

    Star Wars Is Coming To Disney Infinity 3.0

    Disney’s doing what many hoped it would – bringing Star Wars to its popular toys-to-life video game series Disney Infinity. Characters from the now Disney-owned Star Wars universe will appear in Disney Infinity 3.0, which is coming to stores this fall, with a Starter Pack for $64.99. Read More

  • Yik Yak’s Founders On The Value Of Anonymous Apps

    Yik Yak’s Founders On The Value Of Anonymous Apps

    This morning at TechCrunch Disrupt NY, Yik Yak founders Brooks Buffington and Tyler Droll spoke as to why they believe their anonymous social app has soared while others in the space have instead folded. A sort of hyperlocal anonymous Twitter, Yik Yak initially grew in popularity with a younger demographic, especially those in high schools and colleges. But being an anonymous app has its… Read More

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