From the Google Creative Lab to the world of audio, Jeff Baxter and Thomas Gayno talked to us about their new iOS and Android apps that are bringing voice back to how we communicate.
In this case study of BUZL and CardioWorkoutTracker, we talk to a founder who’s built apps mobile-first and Watch-first and talk about the pros and cons of each approach.
With two successful crowdfunding campaigns under its belt, this Scandinavian company is aiming to disrupt Starbucks with clever cafe carts on wheels.
As Community and Growth Manager for the F50 investment fund, Sydney Lai shares advice on how to recruit the best startups and build a solid community.
For this week’s Startup Stories, we Interview the two technical founders of Flow Home, who are creating a home screen app that could revolutionize the way we use our phones.
In the final lecture of the How to Start a Startup series, Y Combinator president Sam Altman gives advice on what to do after you launch your product, find product-market fit and begin to grow and scale the company.
Some of today’s most interesting products sit at the intersection between digital and physical. Sweetness is bridging online and offline to make gifting personal and local.
The founder of successful edtech startup Clever shares sales tips plus a few Y Combinator partners give advice for how to successfully pitch investors.
Localeur launched at SXSW in 2013. Two years later, this local recommendations app looks like it might beat entrenched competitors like Yelp and Foursquare.
Interview with the cofounder of Oneminute, a new super simple photo app that grew from 0 to over 22,000 users in under 2 weeks. Here’s how they did it.
Frank Underwood may be a dirty politician, but it seems he also has great advice for startups. Here are 7 of his best entrepreneurial quotes from Season 3.
CEO of Prynt reveals the secrets to a successful Kickstarter campaign and explains how their case turns your phone into a next-generation Polaroid camera.
Don’t know the difference between UX and UI? Or maybe you’re a designer hoping to improve client communication. Either way, UX designer Kristian Lember has the answers.
For TechCrunch Disrupt London participant GUM, design was as important as code. Learn why, plus how they’re letting users call the shots, in our interview.
Legendary entrepreneur and investor Ben Horowitz tackles tough startup stuff with advice on how to make the best decisions for your whole team.
Since books came to eReaders and smartphones, not much has been done to enhance our digital reading experience. This female founder is changing all that.
Keith Rabois of PayPal, LinkedIn and Square shares operational advice for startups, including the big picture and little details you’re probably missing.