Now that the start-up conference is over, we can review the best products, companies, and concepts presented--regardless of what the Demo gods liked.
This is the third year in a row in which the two tech conferences have gone nearly head-to-head, helping to launch more than 100 new companies each September. We tell you which of the latest bumper crop you're able to get your hands on.
After 13 years, managing director Chris Shipley has officially handed the baton to VentureBeat founder Matt Marshall. Together, they gave out the Demo God awards, and did a little dancing.
Today's "smart" surveillance systems are really rather dumb, according to experts in recognition technology.
Entrepreneurs, press, and VCs cram into the Sheraton in San Diego to do business at the semiannual start-up event.
Twice a year at Demo events, well-funded entrepreneurs face off with venture capitalists and the press. Here's the scene.
Rafe Needleman picks the most promising pitches to pay attention to at the Demo start-up conference.
Despite a strong challenge from TechCrunch 50, the technology products showcase was packed, and several identifiable trends dominated.
Each year at the new-products showcase, one trend emerges. This year, it may well be the use by a large number of companies of Apple's smartphone for rich applications.
If you can only watch 10 pitches from DemoFall, these would be good ones.