Want an app but can’t code? This may help.
What if you could have all of your employees, cloud applications, documents, files, and customer data in one place? Zeppelin thinks it can actually capture them all in a jar.
We hear about “bring your own device” and protecting the enterprise cloud all day every day. But what about the consumer cloud, i.e.: half the applications on your phone. Passwords aren’t safe enough, but perhaps using the wealth of available technology on a smartphone can help us more securely identify ourselves.
Truphone aims to solve a problem common to international travelers: excessive roaming charges. The company has developed a prepaid SIM card, dubbed the Tru Sim, which lets you pay local data and voice rates.
ClickWithMeNow aims to making the experience of online shopping less solitary and more collborative.
Video chatting company FreshTag is sick of having to invite you to things. Can’t you just anticipate what FreshTag wants and do it before it asks? Gosh, be a better user. That is, when it comes to video chats. The company set up a way to video chat without usernames or friend-invites, though it may not be the most private way to meet face-to-face online.
Play My Tone aims to make easy for users to create and share their own musical mixes.
I’ve been to DEMO as a member of the press, a presenting entrepreneur, and as part of the production team. It’s been a long, amazing ride.
Adolescent founders launch OrbitFront to link e-retailers with reviewers.
Taking the notion of online collaboration to a whole new level, VinylMint has created a cloud-based solution for musicians to jam and record in real time.
Stampsy makes tools that let you publish, share, and design every aspect of your message to the world using an iPad.
The brand, celebrity, retailer, or media company that wants to connect with and capitalize on its millions of fans can turn to OnCam, a brand new video publishing platform that enables live broadcasts to audiences of up to 10 million people.
LifeStyleFeed publishes video clips to help plan nights out on the town
VidioVibe puts on video contests that anyone can vote on in hopes that it will propel the most entertaining videos into the public eye.
If someone has ever sent you a long YouTube video and told you to start at a certain time, it can take a few moments to find what the heck they want you to watch. New startup ClipClock wants to solve this problem by letting you start right at the timestamp.
MoveEye is a smart piece of eyewear that works with software to let you control computers with gestures.
If editing a video on your iPhone is too arduous with Apple’s iMovie (you know who you are), then Givit wants to be your video-editing app of choice.
If you’re an early-stage entrepreneur looking for a little inspiration, networking, or just wanting to see the coolest new technology product launches from around the world in one place, then here’s your chance to get to DEMO Fall on the cheap.
VentureBeat has co-produced the conference with IDG since 2009. But our editor-in-chief, Matt Marshall, is stepping away from DEMO after this year’s event.
Sponsored Post DEMO Fall 2012 is returning to Silicon Valley October 1-3 to rock the technology landscape and put investors face-to-face with quality deal flow from around the world.
Editor’s Pick Unreasonable at Sea, a floating incubator for tech startups, has selected its first group of companies to expand their business operations while cruising through the high seas.
With about seven weeks to go until DEMO (Oct. 1-3), the event is coming up fast.
Here’s why you need to come to DEMO, the big product launch event set for Oct 1-3.
Just a reminder that Accel Partners will be hosting a day of meetings at their offices in Palo Alto next week, and it’s not too late to grab a spot there. If you’d like to swing by and show off your new tech company or product, let us know here, and we’ll get in touch shortly with more details. We’re going to keep that application page open until the end of the day on Wednesday, at which point we’ll select the top ten companies, and give them a chance to present in front of a few Accel partners and myself (I’m with VentureBeat and DEMO) next Tuesday, July 24.
VentureBeat has already been everywhere from New York to Korea, but next on our DEMO world tour, we’ll be meeting companies in our own backyard with Accel Partners in Palo Alto, Calif. If you’re working on the next big tech company in the Bay Area, let us know, and we’ll bring you out to Accel’s office to show off your idea on Tuesday, July 24.
Social media marketing company Fetch Plus has closed $720,000 in seed financing. Fetch raised this round just two months after completing the JFDI-Innov8 Bootcamp and is the first company out of the program to announce follow-up funding since the May 4 demo day.
VentureBeat is making its first trip to Korea on June 11-14, where we’re partnering with a local blog site to host the country’s first technology startup event, beLAUNCH.
Just off the heels of one of the biggest DEMO conferences in the event’s 20 year history, we’re starting to gear up for the next one. We already hit New York in the first stop of our DEMO tour, and will have details shortly on more events coming up around the world. If you’re working on the next big tech product, and will be ready to show it off on the DEMO stage in October, we want to hear from you.
Electric scooters and Segways are both legitimate forms of transportation, but they’re just so dorky looking. A new product called the ZBoard from Intuitive Motion might save the genre, with a combination of cool technology and attractive design. Also, it just looks hella fun to ride.
“You know what’s the best investment you can make in your child’s education?” asks Tucoola founder Eli Porat. “It’s not college. It’s preschool. Studies show kids who get the best education at that age go on to earn the most money and have the biggest houses.”
Fantasy football is a huge and very lucrative multibillion-dollar industry in the United States. Politics are equally competitive and ruthless, and its fans just as passionate, but it lacks the fun as well as obvious way to profit (you know, unless you’re a politician).