There is a tech event every week of the year in San Francisco. From the humble meetup groups at the local cafe to the annual circuses that invade the City, events bring people together to share ideas.
TechCrunch Disrupt is in full swing in San Francisco -- and companies from all over are pitching their products and ideas
TechCrunch Disrupt NY has drawn to a close here in the Big Apple. Below is my personal list of the standouts to keep your eyes on. Feel free to share your own in the comments below.
Michelle Zatlyn is Cofounder and Head of User Experience at CloudFlare, a web performance and security company that provides online services to protect and accelerate websites online.
In true tech fashion, the real stars of the show were the novel, innovative, and delightfully chippy startups looking to break through as the next big thing. Here is my personal list of standouts to keep your eyes on.
UPDATE: The board of RadiumOne is considering removing CEO Gurbaskh Chahal from his job, Re/code reported Saturday. According
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In an interview with TechCrunch, Jordan said she think her idea "would be really good for kid-kind itself." Jordan has created
"Titstare is an app where you take photos of yourself staring at tits," Boulton announced to an audibly giggling audience
What seemed to be the overarching theme at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in New York this month? Some ideas are ready to go to market and some are still inspirations on the back of a napkin. But seeing early stage firms with only $350,000 to $550,000 in funding is pretty cool.
After an initial burst of growth, Foursquare is not, in the words of Crowley, "the shiny new thing anymore." Bloomberg BusinessWeeks's
For the first time ever at TechCrunch Disrupt SF, where Zuckerberg gave his speech, an entire pavilion was reserved to startups creating social change.
Observant Twitter users noted Zuckerberg was not wearing a wedding ring. After the IPO, Zuckerberg married his longtime girlfriend
Arrington's point offers us insight into an inconvenient truth: The venture capital industry has failed to significantly benefit Black and Hispanic sectors of urban regions.
We have hours and hours of quality video from this year’s Disrupt SF, and you can browse it all over at TCTV, but there were
Three days and 31 startup pitches later, the winner of TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2011 has been determined. Out of
Disrupt, TechCrunch's giant startup launch conference, wrapped up Wednesday in San Francisco. Check out video from the event