Startups, join TechCrunch at CES in Hardware Battlefield

robot-hardware-battlefield-469x266 CES is loud, obnoxious and just too big. It will shave years off your life. I love it. And if you’re a hardware startup, you probably love it too.
We’re looking for startups to compete in Hardware Battlefield, where 24 companies will battle for a $ 50,000 check, a robot trophy and the chance to rise above the noise as the champion of Hardware Battlefield. Apply here.
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Ruff wins TechCrunch Beijing 2016’s startup competition

147a9375 The winner of TechCrunch Beijing’s 2016 startup competition is Ruff, a special Internet of Things development platform designed to let devs easily develop code in JavaScript to run on a variety of devices. The aim of the platform is to make it easier to develop for IoT, using development tools that web devs either already know or can pick up easily.
Ruff already has a big community of… Read More

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TechCrunch went skiing with a drone

Phantom 2 Vision+ | DJI Add this one to the bucket list….A startup called Cape Productions will capture you skiing with a drone. Stationed at Squaw Valley in Lake Tahoe, the team provides aerial footage of you racing down the slopes, providing different angles than your GoPro. Because of its impeccable safety track record, Cape is currently the only FAA-approved company that’s allowed to fly drones in… Read More

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Attending CES? TechCrunch Wants To See Your Company

ces2 CES is a horrible, god-awful experience that will shave years off your life. The casinos, the food, the people, the germs. Horrible. All of it. But we love it! And we’re sending a huge contingent to the show again this year and want to see your gadgets, toys and products. TechCrunch cares much more for the hardware startups than the big CE players. We want to see the future FitBits and… Read More

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Augmented Reality Wizards Blippar Will Unveil New Tech At TechCrunch Disrupt London

Blippar Gif What if you could learn about anything just by taking a photo of it? Blippar already has 3 million people doing that every month plus another 62 million signed up. Now Blippar is ready to unveil the next phase of its technology and business, and it’s going to do it onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt London. Read More

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