Itography wants to turn us all into virtual goods collectors.
Sometimes a person wants to share a social moment with just a few folks, right when the mood strikes. For those occasions, there’s Go-Matic.
Imagine walking down the street and getting a ping from your friend about the restaurant you’re standing next to. Your iPhone sends you a notification that this place is one you must check out. Meet Blipboard.
Vilynx is a service that lets people manage their personal videos across multiple smartphones, tablets, desktops, and cloud storage services.
RecBob is a Facebook app for adult recreational sports that makes it easy to plan a regular sporting event so all you have to do is show up and play the game.
What if you could find products and brands that you like wherever you are?
Youbetme is a product for people who want to flex their muscles, intellectual or otherwise, and challenge their friends to bets big or small.
Despite some major revisions to the biggest mobile app platform stores, finding new and cool apps is still kind of difficult, which is something Hapoose plans to change.
Apparent’s app for the iPhone creates a small social network that connects parents with each other to make the playdate scheduling process easier.
Givingtrax was born when one pizza company wanted to be charitable but wound up spending more than it had.
Tellagence for Twitter is a predictive tool that helps businesses tailor their status updates to the right people for the biggest impact.
Sometimes getting people to respond to an invitation is hard. Maybe they’re lazy, maybe they didn’t get your text, or maybe you sent your invitation right before the event was going to begin. iSocialite hopes to fix that.
Many people, at some point in their lives, play match maker. You may set up a date, introduce friends, or connect potential business partners. Today, you’re bound to have deep benches in your social networks, so why not use them to set up friends with jobs?
DEMO startup ElectNext offers a survey that helps you figured out political issues — and where you stand on them.
Taploid is a service that attempts to solve the problem of noisy social network feeds, while allowing people to view social activity data to learn more about themselves and their friends.
BellaDati gives everybody in a company access to cloud-based analytics for better business intelligence.
According to a 2007 Gartner study, the IT industry produces as much greenhouse gas as the entire aviation industry. That’s one of the reasons Eiki Hrafnsson and Tryggvi Lárusson created GreenQloud, the first public cloud fully powered by 100 percent renewable energy resources.
Cachetown is a mobile app technology that uses your smartphone’s camera to turn the world into a video game via augmented reality — with lots of advertising potential for brands.
Enterprises that want peace of mind when it comes to applications running in cloud or virtual environments can outsource management to startup AppEnsure.
If you haven’t already been lulled into Dropbox or SugarSync’s grasps for cloud syncing, 4Sync wants to be your new best friend for backing up and accessing all of your files.
Wish home automation wasn’t still a dream of the future? Ube does, too, and it’s launching a Kickstarter today to bring you to a smarter home
What’s your style? However you fill in that blank, ThreadMatcher wants to help you find more of what you love and buy it online, quickly and easily.
eBrevia uses machine learning to automatically summarize contracts and other legal documents.
Gaxsys today released a consumer-facing application called GaxWallet that aims to simply and expedite the e-commerce experience for brands and their customers.
Trinity Bidding sets up auction block for enterprise IT procurement
Wiresurfer’s comparison engine for takes the mystery out of selecting a telecom provider
Throughout history, debt collectors have been been hated by their community. It’s a deeply unpleasant and tough job. So why not let a computer do the work?
When loan sharks bite, they bite hard and often leave a nasty scar. But when you need cash and the bank is shutting you out, there’s often no other option.
Aidil Zulkifli, a lawyer in Singapore, and Izati Ngaliman, who heads up the marketing side, founded Singapore-based LoanGarage in 2012 to solve this problem. The two founders are building the business with the goal of making loan sharks more transparent.
Ensafer is one approach to cloud security. It’s a product for end-to-end encryption — that means your stuff, whatever it is, stayed encrypted through transporting, sharing, storing, etc.
Nimble, the startup that burst into the enterprise with the bold statement “customer relationship management sucks,” is going strong. Today, it announced a series of product updates that will help salespeople more effectively manage their contacts.
BipSync, a startup created by three Stanford graduate students, aims to simplify the process of gathering, retrieving, and analyzing information about investment opportunities.
Creating web video isn’t easy, but Tubifi says it’s found a way to make it cheaper.
MaillGapp is a small company that solves a small yet majorly annoying problem: coming away from your P.O. box empty handed.
If LinkedIn and eHarmony had a baby, it would probably look and act something like HireQ.
Have you ever built a product that small businesses would love, but you’re not sure which clients are your best targets?
LIONS@FRICA brings DEMO to sub-Saharan Africa to unleash the continent’s innovation potential
Mersive’s Solstice software lets multiple users use one display.
Would you get better results from phone calls if you knew more about the people at the other end of the line?
Opal Brainstorms is a product aimed at helping global teams hold creative, effective brainstorming sessions.
Where’s the happy medium between a staid slideshow and an out-of-control Twitter wall at your keynote? Prezentarium wants to balance education with interactivity for speakers and educators.