SnapEDA Wants To Help Fuel Hardware Startups With A Github-Like Community For CAD

There's a growing number of startups out there that are focusing on building new hardware, and that's an immensely different problem compared to building a software business, in terms of sourcing reso

We’re Not Afraid Of Google Glass, Says GoPro Founder Nicholas Woodman

It's hardware day here at Disrupt SF and this morning's sessions kicked off with an interview with Nicholas Woodman, founder and CEO of action camera company GoPro. Woodman discussed how the GoPro evo

Pebble Founder Eric Migicovsky Not Shaken By Samsung Galaxy Gear And Smartwatch Competition

Founder of smartwatch startup Pebble Eric Migicovsky took the stage at Disrupt, interviewed by our own John Biggs. He addressed head on the recently revealed competition from smartphone giant Samsung,

Nubo Thinks It Can Solve Enterprise Mobile Problems By Virtualizing Android

Israeli startup Nubo is one of the companies at Startup Alley showing off their product at this year's TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco. The company offers enterprises an answer to their mobile device

Inbox Is An Elegant, Unified Mobile Messaging App That Wants To Be Mailbox For SMS

Is there room for another mobile messaging app? It's undoubtedly a very crowded space, packed with veteran behemoths and fast growing upstarts duking it out for users attention. But New Jersey-based

Inside Bitcoin, The Programmable Currency For Our Digital Future

Today at TechCrunch Disrupt SF, Naval Ravikant of AngelList, Balaji Srinivasan of genomics startup Counsyl, and Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss took to the stage to discuss all things Bitcoin with TechCr

Zula’s Mobile-First Teamwork Tool Lets You Spend More Time Outside Of The Inbox

Zula, a startup from Jeff Pulver, a co-founder of VoIP success story Vonage, and serial entrepreneur Jacob Ner-David, is hoping to make your life a little less reliant on your inbox. The app combines

Cota By Ossia Aims To Drive A Wireless Power Revolution And Change How We Think About Charging

Wireless power. It’s less sci-fi sounding than it once was, thanks to induction charging like that based on the Qi standard, but that’s still a tech that essentially requires contact, if not incre