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  • TC50: Me-trics Will Find Correlations In Your Life

    TC50: Me-trics Will Find Correlations In Your Life

    Me-trics wants to be "Google analytics for your life." By doing that, it collects data from countless places on the Web based on your activity and will let you input data like blood pressure or stress level to find correlations between something you have observed and the data you input. The startup presented today during the Collaboration session of TechCrunch50. You can watch the video of its… Read More

  • TC50: iCharts Wants To Be The YouTube For Charts

    TC50: iCharts Wants To Be The YouTube For Charts

    Today, you will find 900 billion charts offline but only 40 million charts online. Because of that, iCharts believes it currently must be too difficult to bring charts online. So it has developed an easy way to create, share, and embed interactive charts. The self-proclaimed "YouTube for interactive charts," iChart provides a way for users to take data they created with other services like Excel… Read More

  • TC50: Tingz Adds More Widgets to Your Life

    TC50: Tingz Adds More Widgets to Your Life

    Tingz has developed shareable widgets that work across multiple platforms such as the phone, computer, and TV. They can be used to manage and synchronize your data across these devices. Tingz works on Mac OS X, the iPhone, and in Windows Media Center. In each, the interface is basically the same, which Tingz believes is the most useful feature it offers. And what it offers is quite substantial… Read More

  • TC50: PersonalRIA Matches Individual Investors With The Pros

    TC50: PersonalRIA Matches Individual Investors With The Pros

    PersonalRIA is a service that helps you monitor your portfolio and connect you with reliable investment advisors who can better manage your investments. After signing up for PersonalRIA, users can start looking for investment advisors. The site gives the users information about why they buy or sold each stock, full disclosure about the advisor, and specific information about their trading… Read More

  • Live: Twenty Questions For The Venture Capitalists At TechCrunch50

    Erick Schonfeld and Mark Pincus just took the stage at TechCrunch50 to ask twenty (or so) questions to top venture capitalists, most of which were submitted by readers. Sumant Mandal (Clearstone Venture Partners), George Zachary (Charles River Ventures), Roelof Botha (Sequoia Capital), Raj Kapoor (Mayfield Fund) and Ross Levinsohn (Velocity Interactive Group) participated. My real time notes… Read More

  • TC50: IMINDI Wants To Get Inside Your Head

    TC50: IMINDI Wants To Get Inside Your Head

    What if you could expand your own thoughts by collecting everyone else's and connecting them to your mind? IMINDI wants to help you do just that by creating a "mind map" that connects thoughts and ideas. IMINDI's mind map is chart showing thoughts and those that branch off from them. Users can click on thoughts to see which thoughts on connected to them. IMINDI calls it the "journey of thought"… Read More

  • TC50: Mixtt Hooks Up Groups for Dating, Other Activities

    TC50: Mixtt Hooks Up Groups for Dating, Other Activities

    Mixtt believes that social networks don't do everything they should. Instead of focusing on just one person, Mixtt thinks that the best way for people to use social networks is to socialize outside the online world and do so in groups. Mixtt lets you sign up with your friends and give your group a name. Once complete, you can start adding events to your group calendar and find other groups in… Read More

  • TC50: Popego Tailors the Social Graph to Your Interests

    TC50: Popego Tailors the Social Graph to Your Interests

    Popego helps people find more meaning in their social graphs online. The Argentinean startup presented today during the Collaboration session of TechCrunch50 and has just launched its service into public beta. You can watch the video of Popego's presentation here. Once signed up for Popego, you can add usernames from all of your social networks (passwords are not required). The service then… Read More

  • Day One Recap TechCrunch50

    What a day. 1,700 people streamed into the San Francisco Design Center at 9 am on Monday morning to help launch the first group of 52 startups at TechCrunch50. Dozens more startups were camped out in the demopit. First, the bad news. The internet was down completely for half the day, and never really worked that well even when it was up. We had dedicated access for the launching companies, so the… Read More

  • TechCrunch50 Livestream: Day 2

    http://www.ustream.tv/flash/live/280032Powered by Ustream We'll be streaming TechCrunch50 here all day so everyone can see the conference's demos for themselves as they happen. You can also find our written coverage of the conference here and coverage from other news outlets below. Update:Done for the day. Come back tomorrow. Read More