Battlefield

  • Native Tap.Io: Test Your Apps on Any Mobile Device

    Nativetap Lets Developers Test On A Variety Of Phones From A Single Tablet

    Startup Battlefield contestant Nativetap.io has built a system that allows developers to test and debug their apps from a single iPad or Android tablet, yet see a pixel-perfect representation of what their app would look like on a variety of devices. Read More

  • Log In Securely with Cloudwear

    Cloudwear Introduces A New Way To Secure Online Accounts

    A company that has developed a new way to secure access to online accounts, Cloudwear, is launching today onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt NY. Backed by a team whose experience includes building cloud-based applications for Harvard, MIT and the U.S. Department of Defense, Cloudwear’s system enables companies to better determine a user’s location, then lock or grant access based on… Read More

  • Liquidity: Safe Drinking Water Anywhere, Anytime

    Liquidity Launches To Bring Clean Water To Everyone

    Liquidity Nanotech is trying to change the world. But for once, the cliché could actually be applicable. The company is launching today onstage at Disrupt NY 2015 with the Naked Filter, a consumer water bottle with its proprietary water-filtration membrane built-in. Liquidity doesn’t look like an average startup. Built on over 15 years of patented university research, the team is a… Read More

  • Case Is An Insanely Secure Hardware Bitcoin Wallet

    Case Is An Insanely Secure Hardware Bitcoin Wallet

    You shouldn’t trust anyone with your bitcoins, and Case is well aware of that. Over the past few years, Mt.Gox, Bitstamp and countless other centralized services have suffered serious security breaches. But Case is about to put an end to all this, as this startup has built one of the most secure hardware bitcoin wallets in the world. The startup is launching onstage today at Disrupt NY. Read More

  • Turn Your Smartwatch Into a Personal Trainer with VimoFit

    VimoFit Wants To Be The Only Fitness App You Need

    VimoFit is hoping to be the one fitness app to rule them all, which is a claim we’ve heard before. But co-founder and Stanford electrical engineering PhD Huan Liu says VimoFit, which presented onstage at Disrupt NY today, is different. Built by Liu and his co-founders Joshua Kozak, and Pebble dev extraordinaire Ethan Fan, the VimoFit app is unique in that it is completely automatic… Read More

  • Wellth Pays You to Take Better Care of Yourself

    Wellth Takes A Crack At Reducing The Cost Of Health Care With Steady Monitoring

    More than ever, insurers and healthcare providers are looking for ways to reduce the cost of patient care. Wellth, which launched onstage today at TechCrunch Disrupt NY, thinks it solved one step of the puzzle. Many times, patients leaving a hospital will not follow the instructions given by caregivers, and the caregivers often don’t have the time to follow up with every patient. Read More

  • PageCloud Wants To Simplify Website Creation

    PageCloud Wants To Simplify Website Creation

    PageCloud launched at Disrupt NY 2015 today to allow users to drag-and-drop photos, video, text or other elements onto a web page in order to create the look they want on a website. Much like other simplified web content management systems, such as Wix or Squarespace, PageCloud offers several pre-built templates, fonts and other elements to choose from. But it branches off from these other… Read More

  • Bio
    BioBots Is A 3D Printer For Living Cells

    BioBots Is A 3D Printer For Living Cells

    U.S. biotech startup BioBots sits at the intersection between computer science and chemistry. Its debut product, a desktop 3D printer for biomaterials, which was just demoed on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt NY — printing Van Gogh’s ear in replica, no less — combines hardware, software and wetware. It’s the latter area where the core innovation sits, says co-founder… Read More

  • Meet The Startup Battlefield Companies Of Disrupt NY 2015

    Meet The Startup Battlefield Companies Of Disrupt NY 2015

    TechCrunch is pleased to announce the 25 startups selected to participate in the Startup Battlefield of Disrupt NY 2015. Over the next two days, these companies will compete on the massive Disrupt stage for $50,000 and the Disrupt Cup. Read More

  • Alfred, Layer And Trello Are Returning To The Startup Battlefield Stage

    Alfred, Layer And Trello Are Returning To The Startup Battlefield Stage

    At this year’s Disrupt NY, previous finalists and winners of Startup Battlefield will once again take the stage. But not to pitch their companies. Instead Alfred, Layer and Trello will update Disrupt attendees on the status other companies. Last year Alfred won Startup Battlefield at Disrupt SF. The Boston-based company attempts to manage your routine across multiple on-demand and… Read More

  • Fetch Lets You Buy, Book Or Schedule Anything From Your Apple Watch

    Fetch Lets You Buy, Book Or Schedule Anything From Your Apple Watch

    A number of startups, including Magic, Operator and GoButler, are focusing on fulfilling customers’ commerce-related requests which are sent in via mobile app or SMS requests. But today, rival mobile shopping assistant Fetch is tackling a new platform with the release of its Apple Watch app. Now more of a mobile “concierge,” Fetch will allow Watch owners to order any… Read More

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