Here’s the latest batch of judges who will be at the DEMO conference next month in San Diego. They’ll help award the $1 million media prize (see details) to the best of the 60 companies launching technology products at the event.
We’ve got nearly 200 confirmed attendees, yet all are still welcome to Varnish, 77 Natoma Street at 2nd in San Francisco, for a happy hour in advance of this year’s fall DEMO event. First 50 people in the door get a free drink. Everyone gets to learn about September’s DEMOfall show in advance.
MyQuire is a another company that wants to help you better manage projects, and it’s offering bells and whistles some others don’t have.
Tubes, a service that lets you recreate entire Web sites for viewing and editing offline, has launched with new mobile features.
Glam Media, the controversial Silicon Valley company that says its network of woman-oriented sites is the fastest growing on the Web, has released a new set of features designed to boost traffic even more.
Groups of people can more accurately decide the worth of something than individuals can, at least if you believe in free markets.
Cashview is launching a product to solve a mundane but vital question: How much cash does your business actually have on hand and how are you managing it?
Vyro Games, a Dublin Ireland company, unveils a device today that forces you to relax while playing games.
Hearing about new social networks usually makes us cringe. Surely by now, all relevant communities of people have a place to share ideas, photos and blogs.
MetaRADAR, a San Bruno, California company, is likely to turn some heads at DEMO when it unveils RADAR, a sleek new interface for browsing media on the web.
Companies presenting at this week’s DEMOfall conference point to a trend: A growing number of Websites designed to collect and index the everyday interactions of surfers, from casual conversations to blog comments,
Social bookmarking has been hot for more than a year, with webpage annotation — cutting and saving relevant parts of a website — a flourishing niche. Startups like Plum, Yoono and Grouptivity have all entered the space, and we reported in August that Clipmarks had been bought by Forbes.
TextDigger is the latest company seeking that Holy Grail: Improving on Google’s results by understanding the sense of the words you’re looking for.
My Currency is a new real estate company that tries to turn Zillow on its head.
Mobio, a Cupertino start-up, is distinguishing itself by creating simple, useful services for the mobile phone.
Bling Software, a start-up that launches today at DEMO, helps translate your Web site into a visually rich mobile version.
Devicescape releases a software today that connects any of your WiFi devices automatically to a WiFi hotspot or muni network.
Nexo bills itself as the social network for families, or small groups.
Zink, a company presenting at the DEMO conference today, announces a novel printing technology: A printer that needs no ink.
Honestly, we never got FON, the company that sells a WiFi router so that you can share your WiFi with others.