Hardware Alley At TechCrunch Disrupt — From Coffee To Cortexes
With the rise of cheap and affordable manufacturing facilities, combined with new sources of financing such as crowd-funding, hardware startups are hot once again. And there is no better evidence of this than a quick dash through the Hardware Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt last week in San Francisco. We started with a new kind of connected coffee maker and ended with a startup that lets you look at your thoughts. Enjoy.
Startup Alley: Brazilian Pavilion At Disrupt Shows An Exploding Startup Scene
Brazil is rapidly taking its place in the tech world as a fertile place for startups. Evidence of that was clear at TechCrunch Disrupt this week in San Francisco. In order to give you a sense of the sheer scale of the Brazilian presence, we came up with a new format -- rapid-fire one sentence pitches. Check it out.