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  • Separate.Us Wants To Bring Divorce Online

    Separate.Us Wants To Bring Divorce Online

    Divorce is painful enough. Separate.us wants to at least make the paperwork easier. Much like TurboTax, Separate.us, which launched today at TechCrunch Disrupt SF, takes complex, confusing forms and translates them into simple questions. Separate.us founder Sandro Tuzzo hopes this tool will help those seeking divorce file on their own and avoid the expensive fees related to hiring lawyers. Read More

  • WakaTime Wants To Be The Fitbit For Developer Productivity

    WakaTime Wants To Be The Fitbit For Developer Productivity

    If you’re a developer, do you know how much time you actually spend coding every day? And do you have a breakdown of which languages you’re working in and what files you’ve been focusing on lately? WakaTime, a finalist in our Disrupt SF Battlefield, helps developers — and especially those that work as contractors — keep track of all the work they do in over 40… Read More

  • Preemadonna Turns Your Smartphone Into A Nail Salon

    Preemadonna Turns Your Smartphone Into A Nail Salon

    Preemadonna just unveiled the Lacey Nailbot, a nail decorating robot, at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2015. The Lacey, which will retail for $199, uses your smartphone’s back camera and prints full color art on nails in just a few seconds. The only thing you have to do before putting your finger under the Nailbot is prime your nail with white polish. The Nailbot uses inkjet, and… Read More

  • Stampery Leverages The Blockchain To Certify All Your Documents

    Stampery Leverages The Blockchain To Certify All Your Documents

    Meet Stampery, a startup that wants to replace notaries with bitcoin’s blockchain. The service can issue legally binding proofs for all your sensitive documents, and the company is presenting its next version on stage today at Disrupt SF. Read More

  • Emburse Looks To Help Companies Issue Prepaid Company Debit Cards On The Fly

    Emburse Looks To Help Companies Issue Prepaid Company Debit Cards On The Fly

    Not every employee, especially those at smaller businesses, can get a corporate credit card — but they still need to pay company-related expenses. That’s where Emburse, a startup that issues prepaid cards quickly to employees, is hoping to help. Emburse works with a card-issuer and a bank to help companies issue company cards with specific balances that it can manage closely… Read More

  • Rollout.io Puts Mobile Developers Back In Control Of Their Apps

    Rollout.io Puts Mobile Developers Back In Control Of Their Apps

    A new startup, Rollout.io, launching today at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2015 wants to put mobile app developers back in control of their software by allowing them to make code-level changes on the fly. This service aims to address a common problem app developers today face. That is, when there are critical bugs or other issues that need to be fixed, the process of actually getting… Read More

  • Leaf Is A “Plug N’ Plant” Box To Automatically Grow Pot In Your Home

    Leaf Is A “Plug N’ Plant” Box To Automatically Grow Pot In Your Home

    Marijuana is a sticky subject. While 23 states (and D.C.) have legalized some form of medical use, possession, growth, and distribution are still illegal in the majority of the United States. However, as is the case with most new industries, slow regulation hasn’t stopped innovation. Read More

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    Ava Is A Bracelet That Aims To Predict The Most Likely Days For Women To Get Pregnant

    Ava Is A Bracelet That Aims To Predict The Most Likely Days For Women To Get Pregnant

    Ava, a health tracking bracelet for women collects hormonal and other data in an effort to predict a woman’s period and the days of the month she is most likely to get pregnant. The bracelet works by monitoring slight hormonal changes in a woman’s body that are normally unable for women to see or feel. Ava collects over 3 million data points relating to these changes every… Read More

  • Filter.ly Helps Publishers Cut Through Internet Noise

    Filter.ly Helps Publishers Cut Through Internet Noise

    Tired of wading through clickbait? Filter.ly, launching today at Disrupt Battlefield, wants to make sure that website visitors only see the content they are most interested in. Many recommendation engines put the most weight on keywords or topics, but Filter.ly’s B2B service delivers more refined, personalized results by looking at a plethora of signals, including how much time a… Read More

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