Bitfusion raises $5M for its AI lifecycle management platform

When Bitfusion launched at Disrupt NY 2015, its focus was on helping developers speed up their applications by giving them pre-compiled libraries that made better...

Rollout.io’s Rox lets app developers deploy new features safely – just like the big...

Rollout.io, a company that had developed technology that allowed mobile app developers to update their apps without having to go through the App Store approval...

Scrumpt now offers fresh, healthy lunches for kids

Scrumpt, the healthy lunch for kids startup that debuted at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco in 2015, recently launched lunch meal kits with fresh food. Before, Scrumpt was...

Knocki turns any surface into a switch

What happens when you mix two software dudes, a little kid, and a light switch? You get the Knocki, a clever little device that connects to...

Blitab is a Braille device for visually impaired people

Meet Blitab, an Android tablet combined with a smart Braille surface. It’s one of the most affordable Braille devices out there and could change the...

Pillar Technologies is making construction sites safer with smart sensors

Construction sites can be dangerous places. And while recent advancements in safety technology have done a lot to help protect workers, there hasn’t been as much...

Matibabu uses light to diagnose malaria

Matibabu, which is competing in our Hardware Battlefield at CES today, isn’t looking to cure any diseases. Instead, the Uganda-based company is looking to make...

Venneos launches a device for faster, better imaging of individual cells in biotech

The imaging technologies used in the medical and biotech fields may be powerful and indispensable for research and diagnosis, but they can also be slow...

Meet the startups participating in Hardware Battlefield 2017 at CES

We are thrilled to introduce the participants in the Hardware Battlefield 2017. These startups represent what we at TechCrunch feel are the most interesting, most...

‘Battlefield 1’ update adds a new map, and it won’t cost players a penny

Electronic Arts introduced a map, Giant's Shadow, for free in Battlefield 1. The map is first available to season pass and pre-order purchasers, and will be available to everyone next...