One of the biggest challenges we’re facing as we move into the post-PC era is the challenge of navigating through a disconnected web of applications. Bought and sold as self-contained packages of code, apps are independent little creations, boxes you tap for specific functions. Single purpose beings.
When DoAT (aka Do@) launched at TechCrunch Disrupt in May, their unique take on search and mobile apps earned rave reviews. Unsurprisingly, they were selected by the judges to be a finalist. And they continue to stay ahead of the curve, by quickly embracing Google+.
The latest version of their iPhone app, which just went live in the App Store, supports sharing of content from within their app to… → Read More
After 30 startups launching on stage at Disrupt NYC, it all culminated in the final battle between six finalists: Getaround, BillGuard, Sonar, Do@, ccLoop, and InvoiceASAP. What made this final battle so fascinating to watch was not only the quality of the startups, but the quality of the judges: Fred Wilson, Ron Conway, Marisa Mayer, Roelof Botha, and Josh Kopelman.