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  • CareZapp Is Building A Support Platform For Home Healthcare

    CareZapp Is Building A Support Platform For Home Healthcare

    If you’re hoping to provide home care for a sick or elderly family member, startup CareZapp is building a technology platform to help. The company just took the stage as part of the Startup Battlefield at Disrupt Europe. Co-founder and CEO Andrew Macfarlane told me that his interest in the field began with his mother’s death from cancer more than two decades ago, and the… Read More

  • Introducing API as a Service with InstantAPI

    InstantAPI Lets You Build An API In An Instant

    “In the world of cloud computing, APIs are the new currency,” Microsoft’s VP of its developer division S. “Soma” Somasegar told me last week. But if that’s true, then how can you best create an API for your services? There are a number of API management services on the market — and some of them sold for a lot of money recently — but you… Read More

  • MicroBlink Launches PhotoMath To Solve Math Equations With A Phone

    MicroBlink Launches PhotoMath To Solve Math Equations With A Phone

    Imagine you are a 14-year-old kid again. You need to do this really difficult math exercise for tomorrow, but have no idea how to do it. What if you could just open an app on your phone, point your camera at your textbook, snap a picture and get the detailed instructions to solve your equation. This is exactly what PhotoMath does. The team is launching this app today at TechCrunch Disrupt… Read More

  • Disease Diagnostic Group Can Diagnose Malaria in Seconds

    Disease Diagnostic Group Can Diagnose Malaria In A Second

    Malaria, a disease rarely found in the US, is a global epidemic, with 219 million cases reported by the CDC in 2010. Caused by a parasite and spread from person to person via mosquito, the disease easily go undetected in its early stages with symptoms that mirror those of the flu. Early detection of Malaria is critical to treatment but is done too infrequently or too late, usually due to… Read More

  • The Oscult Is An iPad-Connected Ultrasound Machine

    The Oscult Is An iPad-Connected Ultrasound Machine

    Healthcare in developing nations is a problem just aching for a solution. But it’s a big problem. Chipping away at that predicament is a company called Oscadi. Oscadi has created a piece of hardware, called Oscult, that allows you to perform an ultrasound by simply plugging their device into an iPad. The company claims that up until now, more than 60 percent of the world does not have… Read More

  • Better In-Game Advertising Through GiftGaming

    Giftgaming Gives You Power-Ups In Exchange For…Giving You Real-World Discounts

    Giftgaming is a win-win-win that helps you win. Advertisers get exposure, developers get paid, and you get free virtual goods in mobile games plus coupons for discounts on meatspace purchases. Today, Giftgaming launched its service onstage at the TechCrunch Disrupt Europe in London. When you’re playing a mobile game like Fluid Football, you’ll be able to tap a Giftgaming icon for… Read More

  • Levebee Can Be Your Child’s Personal Reading Coach

    Levebee Can Be Your Child’s Personal Reading Coach

    Levebee’s tagline says it all: “Reading Matters.” Levebee is launching today at TechCrunch Disrupt Europe to improve reading comprehension through games and exercises to help with reading disorders including dyslexia in children. The founders have extensive experience in this area and built Levebee after launching reading productivity app Legentas for college students and adults. Read More

  • Ondigo Launches In Battlefield With A Magic Automated Mobile CRM Tool

    Ondigo Launches In Battlefield With A Magic Automated Mobile CRM Tool

    From starting one of the first clubs in Tel Aviv to hanging out in front of a Home Depot in Palo Alto, Calif. in 2013 handing out doughnuts for surveys and running from the cops, it’s been a long road for the founders of mobile CRM tool ONDiGo, which has been in stealth beta and is launching at TechCrunch Disrupt Europe conference today. The company is also launching ONDiGo for… Read More

  • IO Has Recommendations For You

    IO Feels Like A Human Friend Who Gives Great Restaurant Recommendations

    Siri sucks. We’re all aware of this. Which works out well for IO, the Russian company behind a social concierge app that can answer any question you have about restaurants. The product is called TalkTo, and if I wasn’t here to tell you that TalkTo is a machine, you might mistake it for a real-life, brilliant human being. Read More

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