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The startup redemption of Famous

7:15 am PDT • October 25, 2016

“It might shock you, but I let go of pretty much everybody. When we went from 34 employees to 4, everyone was sh*tting Twinkies. Everyone was scared to death.” For…

The startup redemption of Famous

Famo.us’ 15 minutes of open source fame have come to an end. JavaScript rendering engine Famo.us has pivoted out of its hardcore open sourced engineering platform which had raised over…

$30M Later, Struggling JavaScript Platform Famo.us Pivots

After two-and-a-half years, Famo.us is (almost) ready to make its JavaScript development platform available to the world, and today it’s taking one big step closer to making that a reality.…

Famo.us Unveils Widgets To Get More Developers On Board, Integrates With Firebase And Others

Apple usually shares the spotlight at its WWDC keynote with a few of its developers and partners. Today, the big winner was probably Andreessen Horowitz-backed AI startup Anki, but what…

Startup Famo.us Gets A Quick Demo On-Stage At WWDC

Famo.us, which offers a JavaScript framework that’s designed to power HTML5 apps that are faster and better-looking than what’s currently possible, has raised $4 million in Series A funding. The…

Steve Newcomb’s Famo.us Raises $4M To Power Fast, Beautiful Apps In HTML5

Last month as part of our TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield Coverage, we wrote about Famo.us, the company behind a forthcoming HTML5 framework that its developers claim will make it easier to…

Famo.us Reveals More Details About Its HTML5 Turbo-Charger

Day One of Disrupt SF is officially over, and what a day it’s been. We kicked things off this morning with Bill Campbell and Ben Horowitz, who were followed by…

Here Are The TechCrunch Disrupt SF Battlefield Startups From Day 1

Famo.us, launching today at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco and brought to you by the same guy who founded PowerSet (Steve Newcomb), lets developers write fully 3D apps without having…

Famo.us Is A Gaming Engine For 3D Interfaces