Battlefield

  • Vinylmint Is A Jammin’ New Way For Pro Musicians To Collaborate

    Vinylmint Is A Jammin’ New Way For Pro Musicians To Collaborate

    Vinylmint is a Norfolk-based startup that aims to assist musicians in creating their music. It’s essentially a recording studio in the cloud. You record uncompressed audio right into the computer, the service uploads it to the cloud, and then you can listen to and edit tunes in your browser. Think of it as a mixing board with microphones all over the world. Read More

  • With Mobile App Cardify, The Founder Of Ad.ly Takes On His Next Challenge: Improving Customer Loyalty

    With Mobile App Cardify, The Founder Of Ad.ly Takes On His Next Challenge: Improving Customer Loyalty

    Earlier today, David Lee of SV Angel said that one of the hottest areas to watch in tech right now is the area of mobile commerce and companies that can “close the loop” between online and offline transactions. Today sees the launch of Cardify, a mobile app and merchant dashboard that aim to solve that challenge from the direction of customer loyalty. The idea behind Cardify, a… Read More

  • Centzy Puts Prices Online To Power Local Business Search By True Quality, Not Reviews

    Centzy Puts Prices Online To Power Local Business Search By True Quality, Not Reviews

    Only 25% of U.S. local businesses have websites and just 10% show their prices online, but Centzy launches today to let you sort local business searches by price, open hours, and eventually quality — reviews relative to price. That means you could find the nearest dry cleaner open until 7pm that’s the cheapest but has the best customer ratings pulled from Yelp and… Read More

  • Forget Those Scraps Of Paper, SnipSnap Lets You Save And Share Coupons From Your iPhone

    Forget Those Scraps Of Paper, SnipSnap Lets You Save And Share Coupons From Your iPhone

    There was a time when I would watch shows like Extreme Couponing with a sense of morbid amusement — there was clearly plenty of money to be saved by clipping bits of dead plant matter out of a newspaper, but the process of keeping track of or remembering them when I go to the store has always stymied me. That may no longer be the case, if Ted Mann and his Philadelphia-based team have… Read More

  • SpotlessCity Just Brought The Dry Cleaning Industry Online

    SpotlessCity Just Brought The Dry Cleaning Industry Online

    When you live in New York City, there are certain expectations of what you should be able to accomplish easily. You can get almost anything delivered straight to your doorstep, whether it be food, groceries, toiletries, or pot. But there’s one service that is still stuck in brick-and-mortar land, and to be quite honest, it’s shocking that it’s stayed offline and off of… Read More

  • Incident’s gTar Tops $120,000 On Kickstarter (That’s $110K In Less Than 24 Hours)

    Incident’s gTar Tops $120,000 On Kickstarter (That’s $110K In Less Than 24 Hours)

    Kickstarter is a great place to launch a product. Remember the Pebble smart watch, which saw over $1 million in funding in its first 28 hours on the site, and surpassing $3 million well over a month before their stated goal? Disrupt, which just so happens to be underway as I type these very words, is also an excellent place to launch your product. We’ve seen countless companies rise… Read More

  • Disrupt NYC Day 1: Your Startup Battlefield Companies

    Disrupt NYC Day 1: Your Startup Battlefield Companies

    Our very first day of Disrupt NYC is over and the conference started off with a bang. We had memorable chats, dove into fashion for a bit, hung out with the Startup Alley companies and witnessed 15 startups launch their products in our first day of the Startup Battlefield. Even though we will have brand-new companies launching tomorrow while fighting for the ultimate prize of $50,000 and… Read More

  • Tagbrand Gives Fashionistas An App To Check-In Their Brands

    Tagbrand Gives Fashionistas An App To Check-In Their Brands

    “All people wear clothes!” declared one of Tagbrand’s founders on stage at Disrupt today. That’s true, but let’s review. DailyBooth was (is still perhaps?) a phenomenon for a time as people became accustomed to sharing their daily lives in a more quirky manner than mere video can afford. (Ok, OK, it’s a bunch of teenagers sharing their zits, but work with… Read More

  • Stevie Turns Your Social Feeds Into TV Shows

    Stevie Turns Your Social Feeds Into TV Shows

    We spend more and more time on social networks, but sometimes it can feel like work. I mean, scrolling through your news feed isn’t work work, but it’s not quite as easy as vegging out on your couch and watching TV. That’s where a new startup called Stevie comes in, with a website launching today at Disrupt, along with mobile apps that function as remote controls. Stevie looks… Read More

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