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pitch techcrunch during mobile world congress at our meetup on feb 28


hey, barcelona! here’s a reminder!techcrunch is holding a mini-meetup during mobile world congress, on tuesday feb. 28. we will hold a “pitch-off” of startups at the event.grab tickets here.you can apply to pitch your barcelona-based startup here.we’ll select approximately 10 great barcelona-based startups to explain to our panel of vcs and techcrunch editors in 60 seconds or less why their startup is awesome. you’ll be competing for an opportunity to attend our flagship event, techcrunch disrupt, in berlin on december 4-5.first placea table in startup alley at techcrunch disrupt berlinsecond placetwo tickets to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinthird placeone ticket to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinwant to sponsor the event? email [email protected] you in barcelona!featured image:






pitch techcrunch during mobile world congress at our meetup on feb 28


hey barcelona! here’s a reminder!techcrunch is holding a mini-meetup during mobile world congress, on tuesday feb. 28. we will hold a “pitch-off” of startups at the event.grab tickets here.you can apply to pitch your barcelona-based startup here.we’ll select approximately 10 great barcelona-based startups to explain to our panel of vcs and techcrunch editors in 60 seconds or less why their startup is awesome. you’ll be competing for an opportunity to attend our flagship event, techcrunch disrupt, in berlin on december 4-5.first placea table in startup alley at techcrunch disrupt berlinsecond placetwo tickets to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinthird placeone ticket to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinwant to sponsor the event? email [email protected] you in barcelona!featured image: p






apply right now for the techcrunch meetup + pitch-off in tel aviv


techcrunch is coming back to israel with a meetup + pitch-off in tel aviv because everybody had a great time last year. the event will be on june 28 at trask, between 6-10 p.m. if you want to introduce your startup to the world, compete in the pitch-off. it’s a great challenge and applications are open now! all applications must be in by june 6. that’s in five days, so hurry up before it’s too late!we’ll select approximately 8 to 10 great startups to compete in our event. you’ll get to explain your startup and why it’s awesome to a panel of vcs and techcrunch editors in two minutes or less. and the best part is that you’ll be competing for an opportunity to attend techcrunch disrupt in san francisco or berlin.here are the prizes:first place: a table in startup alley at techcrunch disrupt s






techcrunch meetup and pitch-off during mobile world congress, feb 28


techcrunch is holding a mini-meetup during mobile world congress, on tuesday feb. 28. we will hold a “pitch-off” of startups at the event.grab tickets here.you can apply to pitch your barcelona-based startup here.we’ll select approximately 10 great barcelona-based startups to explain to our panel of vcs and techcrunch editors in 60 seconds or less why their startup is awesome. you’ll be competing for an opportunity to attend our flagship event, techcrunch disrupt, in berlin on december 4-5.first placea table in startup alley at techcrunch disrupt berlinsecond placetwo tickets to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinthird placeone ticket to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinsee you in barcelona!featured image: kanuman/shutterstock






techcrunch meetup and pitch-off during mobile mobile world congress, feb 28


techcrunch is holding a mini-meetup during mobile world congress, on tuesday feb. 28. we will hold a “pitch-off” of startups at the event.grab tickets here.you can apply to pitch your barcelona-based startup here.we’ll select approximately 10 great barcelona-based startups to explain to our panel of vcs and techcrunch editors why their startup is awesome in 60 seconds or less. you’ll be competing for an opportunity to attend our flagship event techcrunch disrupt in berlin on december 4-5.first placea table in startup alley at techcrunch disrupt berlinsecond placetwo tickets to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinthird placeone ticket to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinsee you in barcelona!featured image: kanuman/shutterstock






seattle meetup pitch-off applications extended to june 7th!


seattle is heating up for techcrunch. we are coming back to the emerald city to drink some coffee, meet some startups and host a pitch-off and meetup event. we’ve extended applications to june 7th so all you busy startup founders have the chance to apply to the pitch-off.how does it work? selected startups will pitch for 60 seconds on the techcrunch meetup stage at the showbox sodo in seattle in front of techcrunch editorial, vcs, and the tc meetup audience. the winner of the meetup gets a free spot at techcrunch disrupt sf this september. the runner-up and audience choice get tickets to the conference.why? just last month the techcrunch miami meetup winner, recordgram, went from winning the meetup, exhibiting in startup alley, winning wild card, and then going on to win techcrunch disrupt






seattle meetup + pitch-off applications extended to june 7th!


seattle is heating up for techcrunch. we are coming back to the emerald city to drink some coffee, meet some startups and host a pitch-off and meetup event. we’ve extended applications to june 7th so all you busy startup founders have the chance to apply to the pitch-off.how does it work? selected startups will pitch for 60 seconds on the techcrunch meetup stage at the showbox sodo in seattle in front of techcrunch editorial, vcs and the tc meetup audience. the winner of the meetup gets a free spot at techcrunch disrupt sf this september. the runner-up and audience choice get tickets to the conference.why? just last month the techcrunch miami meetup winner, recordgram, went from winning the meetup, exhibiting in startup alley, winning wild card and then going on to win techcrunch disrupt n






announcing the london techcrunch meetup + pitch-off!


oi oi london! did you miss us? we missed you — although, admittedly, i do live here — which is why we’re returning for a techcrunch meetup + pitch-off on 19 july, in conjunction with the incredibly fun conference, unbound.if you’re looking to pitch your startup to the techcrunch team (because, who isn’t?), local vcs and the local tech community, this is the moment you’ve been waiting for.ten companies will be selected to participate in the pitch-off. each will have exactly 60 seconds to pitch their startup in front of a panel of expert judges, including tc editors and local venture capitalists. judges will conduct a quick q&a after each rapid fire pitch, and at the end of all the presentations the panel will determine the winners.first place at the london meetup + pitch-off wins a table in






apply for the techcrunch tel aviv meetup + pitch-off now


as you may have noticed techcrunch is coming back to israel with a meetup + pitch-off in tel aviv because we had a great time last year. the event will be on june 28, at trask, between 6-10 p.m.israel is one of the world’s fastest-growing and most impressive startup ecosystems, and we simply can’t resist coming back. if you feel you have the chops to compete in the pitch-off, applications are open now! all applications must be in by june 6.we’ll select approximately 8 to 10 great startups to explain to our panel of vcs and techcrunch editors in two minutes or less why their startup is awesome. and the best part is that you’ll be competing for an opportunity to attend techcrunch disrupt san francisco or disrupt berlin.first place: a table in startup alley at techcrunch disrupt san francisco






meet techcrunch’s mike butcher at web summit on tuesday


two minute techcrunch!since it’s impossible, as a journalist, to crawl around all the stands at web summit, i thought it would be easier to sit in one place and meet people there!thus, you will get the chance to meet me (mike butcher) and pitch me your company for 2 minutes at web summit on tuesday.details of where and when will be sent by email. right now, it will probably be mid-morning, but check your email during monday for the final details:please enter your details herei would kindly ask that you literally talk to me for 2 minutes maximum, give me your business card, and we can follow up later. super simple!meanwhile, don’t forget to grab tickets to techcrunch disrupt berlin!thanks all!mike butcher,editor-at-large, [email protected]






you can listen to crunch report and bullish on itunes


now you can listen to your favorite techcrunch shows in the car, on a run or wherever you desire! techcrunch’s crunch report and bullish are officially available on the itunes store in audio-only versions.you can download past “audio only” episodes or subscribe to new “audio only” episodes of crunch report here. “audio only” episodes of bullish are available here.if audio-only isn’t your thing, you can still continue to watch crunch report every day on techcrunch.com or youtube and bullish every other wednesday on techcrunch or youtube.






you can listen to crunch report and bullish on itunes


now you can listen to your favorite techcrunch shows in the car, on a run or wherever you desire! techcrunch’s crunch report and bullish are officially available in the itunes store in audio-only versions.you can download past audio-only episodes or subscribe to new audio-only episodes of crunch report here. audio-only episodes of bullish are available here.if audio-only isn’t your thing, you can still continue to watch crunch report every day on techcrunch.com or youtube and bullish every other wednesday on techcrunch or youtube.






techcrunch london pitch-off: here are the startups who’ll pitch!


on 19 july we’re hosting the techcrunch meetup + pitch-off in london, in partnership with unbound. — and it’s going to be great! tickets are still available, so grab yours today.you’ll get to see 10 companies pitching and fiercely competing for first place. these startups will have exactly one minute to pitch their product (with no slides) to a panel of local vc judges and techcrunch editors. once they’ve finished, we’ll crown the winner of the london pitch-off.a competition without prizes is no fun, right? the winner will get a table in startup alley at techcrunch disrupt in berlin. second and third places will respectively get two tickets and one ticket for disrupt berlin.so without further ado, here are the 11 startups pitching at the techcrunch london meetup:don’t forget to buy your ti






synthego’s genetic toolkit aims to make crispr more accessible


we hear a lot about the potential and implications of the gene-editing technique crispr, but it’s not like just anyone can open up an app, pick a gene they don’t like, and build the molecular machinery needed to snip it out. that’s the goal, though, and synthego is one of the companies pursuing it by creating a sort of ready-made crispr sandbox to start new researchers off.“80 percent of users getting into crispr have never done genetic engineering at all. so we simplified the process,” said synthego founder paul dabrowski on stage at disrupt today. “it’s a beautiful interface… but there’s a lot of heavy lifting in the background.”if you want to use crispr, you need the genome of the animal you want to use, the dna code gene you’re targeting, and a corresponding piece of rna that leads the






synthego’s genetic toolkit aims to make crispr more accessible


we hear a lot about the potential and implications of the gene-editing technique crispr, but it’s not like just anyone can open up an app, pick a gene they don’t like, and build the molecular machinery needed to snip it out. that’s the goal, though, and synthego is one of the companies pursuing it by creating a sort of ready-made crispr sandbox to start new researchers off.“80 percent of users getting into crispr have never done genetic engineering at all. so we simplified the process,” said synthego founder paul dabrowski on stage at disrupt today. “it’s a beautiful interface… but there’s a lot of heavy lifting in the background.”if you want to use crispr, you need the genome of the animal you want to use, the dna code gene you’re targeting, and a corresponding piece of rna that leads the






announcing the new techcrunch podcast


today we’re happy to announce the imminent launch of our newest show on the techcrunch podcast network.each episode of the techcrunch podcast will treat you to an in-depth conversation between leaders of industry and one of your favorite writers or editors. these will be the stories behind the stories you read every day on the site. the big ideas that often get missed in the crush of the unrelenting news cycle.the first episode, which drops wednesday, july 5, will feature not one but two e-bike enthusiasts who will discuss the future of the industry and why we should be riding electrified bikes instead of driving cars. your first host, techcrunch editor-in-chief matthew panzarino, will get hong quan, the president of karmic bikes, and analyst horace dediu to dive deeply into the u.s. e-bik






tickets are now available for the techcrunch summer party at august capital


the techcrunch summer party is a thing of tradition and we hope you can make it out this year. like in year’s past we’ll gather on the spacious grounds of august capital in menlo park and enjoy an evening of cocktails and the spirit of entrepreneurship.the deck around august capital’s office is not large so tickets are very limited and released on a rolling basis. it’s $90 to attend.about the summer party at august capitaljuly 28, 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.menlo park, caget tickets here, $85 based on availability. tickets will be released in batches. stay tuned to techcrunch for releases, as they sell out quickly.techcrunch parties have a history of being the place you want to meet your future investor, acquirer or co-founder. case in point, when techcrunch founder michael arrington used to hol






announcing the new techcrunch podcast


today we’re happy to announce the imminent launch of our newest show on the techcrunch podcast network.each episode of the techcrunch podcast will treat you to an in-depth conversation between leaders of industry and one of your favorite writers or editors. these will be the stories behind the stories you read every day on the site. the big ideas that often get missed in the crush of the unrelenting news cycle.the first episode, which drops wednesday, july 5, will feature not one but two e-bike enthusiasts who will discuss the future of the industry and why we should be riding electrified bikes instead of driving cars. your first host, techcrunch editor-in-chief matthew panzarino, will get hong quan, the president of karmic bikes, and analyst horace dediu to dive deeply into the u.s. e-bik






techcrunch london pitch-off: here are the startups who’ll pitch!


buses on the street at the financial district of london.on 19 july we’re hosting the techcrunch meetup + pitch-off in london, in partnership with unbound. — and it’s going to be great! tickets are still available, so grab yours today.you’ll get to see 10 companies pitching and fiercely competing for first place. these startups will have exactly one minute to pitch their product (with no slides) to a panel of local vc judges and techcrunch editors. once they’ve finished, we’ll crown the winner of the london pitch-off.a competition without prizes is no fun, right? the winner will get a table in startup alley at techcrunch disrupt in berlin. second and third places will respectively get two tickets and one ticket for disrupt berlin.so without further ado, here are the 10 startups pitching at






techcrunch london meetup + pitch-off applications close in one week!


london! if you missed the news, here’s your reminder that we’re returning for a techcrunch meetup + pitch-off on 19 july, in conjunction with the incredibly fun conference, unbound.looking to pitch your startup to the techcrunch team, local vcs and the local tech community? this is the moment you’ve been waiting for, but hurry because applications close in one week.ten companies will be selected to participate in the pitch-off. each will have exactly 60 seconds to pitch their startup in front of a panel of expert judges, including tc editors and local venture capitalists. judges will conduct a quick q&a after each rapid fire pitch, and at the end of all the presentations the panel will determine the winners.first place at the london meetup + pitch-off wins a table in startup alley at techc






nexla launches data operations platform with $3.5 million investment


nexla, a competitor in the techcrunch disrupt battlefield this week in new york city, has more on its plate than simply impressing the judges. it also chose to launch their public beta at the event and, while it was at it, announced $3.5 million in funding led by blumberg capital with participation from storm ventures, engineering capital and correlation ventures.that’s what i call making the most of your disrupt experience.the company is attempting to solve a major problem around processing data from multiple sources and putting it into a form to make it useful for a given customer and how they do business. it’s a challenge the founders faced first-hand at their previous jobs working in the advertising business where they had to deal with tens of thousands of such data sources, ingesting






factgem wants to help businesses get more value out of their data


factgem, which is launching in our disrupt new york battlefield competition today, was born out of megan kvamme‘s frustration with trying to juggle hundreds of excel spreadsheets — and the data in them — while she was working as an investment banker. when she tried to find a software product that would allow her to more easily analyze all of this data, she couldn’t find what she was looking for, so she started working on what would later become factgem back in 2011.“people said ‘no,’ that’s a hard problem. you can’t do that,” kvamme recalled, and later added that what she wanted to build was essentially a bloomberg terminal for data. shortly after she started exploring the space, she met clark richey, now factgem’s cto, who has an extensive background in working with databases at marklogic






judah friedlander has a surprise to share at tc disrupt ny


you might be curious why judah friedlander — standup comedian, actor, writer, artist, activist — is appearing on the disrupt ny stage next week.but judah has a very special surprise for disrupt attendees with the world premiere of a brand new series, created in collaboration with techcrunch and the onion.i don’t want to reveal too much, but if you enjoy robots, laughs, and web-related time sinks, this surprise is right up your alley.we’re absolutely thrilled to have judah on our stage, and can’t wait to show you what we’ve been working on!disrupt ny runs may 15 to may 17, and judah joins a list of all-star speakers, including pinterest ceo tim kendall, derek jeter, and general keith alexander.if you haven’t yet picked up tickets, go do that right now.see you soon!sponsors make techcrunch e






deep science ai monitors security feeds for masks and guns to quicken response t


you’re working late at the 7-eleven when a masked man comes through the door with a gun. you raise your hands, follow his instructions, empty the cash register and throw some burners in the bag. as he runs out the door, you note his height, collect yourself and call 9-1-1. unless you don’t need to because the mask immediately tipped off your store’s ai, and the police are already on their way with a description. that’s what startup battlefield company deep science ai hopes to enable.there are security cameras everywhere, founders sean huver and sam tkach thought, and deep learning models are getting really good at spotting individual objects in footage — for example, masks and guns. so why not put the two together?“people find it surprising how prevalent this problem is in high-crime areas






what venture capitalists think of trump


techcrunch’s connie loizos took to the stage at disrupt ny today with stuart ellman from rre ventures, maha ibrahim from canaan partners and amish jani of firstmark capital to talk about trump, the economy and uber.apart from peter thiel, most venture capitalists were adamantly opposed to the idea of a trump presidency during the u.s. election last year. but now that we are a few months into the new administration, loizos asked the panel to discuss what the political climate means for their business.“i think the tax rates are going to continue to help the stock market in many ways,” said ellman, who believes that the proposed lower corporate taxes will be good for business. he also hopes that the administration follows through on promises for less regulation, which could benefit startups.






attending ces 2018? techcrunch wants to see your company


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 the company that will be the next gopro. if you have a hoverboard that’s actually novel, let us know. do you have a new drone that does something wacky and interesting? stop by and see us.even better, fill out the form below and we’ll do our best to get you coverage.techcrunch has a booth yet again, and like last year, we’re in the mezzanine of the sand expo center, located right outside of the eureka park. a






techcrunch to host a startup competition with facebook in nairobi


techcrunch is hosting its first startup competition in sub-saharan africa. we’ve wanted to bring techcrunch to africa for a long time, and now thanks to our sponsor facebook, we will bring the startup battlefield competition, to nairobi on october 11 this year.we’re looking for sub-saharan africa’s best innovators, makers and technical entrepreneurs to participate in techcrunch battlefield africa 2017. startups can apply to three categories: social good, productivity and utility, gaming and entertainment. techcrunch will host the event in nairobi in front of a live audience and top judges, and we will live stream the show on techcrunch and facebook so the rest of the world can tune in. the judges will choose a winner in each category and select an overall winner, “sub-saharan africa’s most






techcrunch to host a startup competition with facebook in nairobi


techcrunch is hosting its first startup competition in sub-saharan africa. we’ve wanted to bring techcrunch to africa for a long time, and now thanks to our sponsor facebook, we will bring the startup battlefield competition, to nairobi on october 11 this year.we’re looking for sub-saharan africa’s best innovators, makers and technical entrepreneurs to participate in techcrunch battlefield africa 2017. startups can apply to three categories: social good, productivity and utility, gaming and entertainment. techcrunch will host the event in nairobi in front of a live audience and top judges, and we will live stream the show on techcrunch and facebook so the rest of the world can tune in. the judges will choose a winner in each category and select an overall winner, “sub-saharan africa’s most






tickets are now available for the techcrunch summer party at august capital


the techcrunch summer party is a thing of tradition and we hope you can make it out this year. as in years past we’ll gather on the spacious grounds of august capital in menlo park and enjoy an evening of cocktails and the spirit of entrepreneurship.the deck around august capital’s office is not large, so tickets are very limited and released on a rolling basis. it’s $90 to attend.about the summer party at august capitaljuly 28, 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.menlo park, caget tickets here, $90 based on availability. tickets will be released in batches. stay tuned to techcrunch for releases, as they sell out quickly.techcrunch parties have a history of being the place you want to meet your future investor, acquirer or co-founder. case in point, when techcrunch founder michael arrington used to hold






tickets are now available for the techcrunch summer party at august capital


the techcrunch summer party is a thing of tradition and we hope you can make it out this year. as in years past we’ll gather on the spacious grounds of august capital in menlo park and enjoy an evening of cocktails and the spirit of entrepreneurship.the deck around august capital’s office is large but cannot hold all of silicon valley, so tickets are very limited and released on a rolling basis. it’s $90 to attend.about the summer party at august capitaljuly 28, 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.menlo park, caget tickets here, $90 based on availability. tickets will be released in batches. stay tuned to techcrunch for releases, as they sell out quickly.techcrunch parties have a history of being the place you want to meet your future investor, acquirer or co-founder. case in point, when techcrunch found






redesigning the techcrunch app | techcrunch


angela medinacontributorangela medina is a product designer who led the redesign of techcrunch's mobile apps. she's now based in new york city.over the last two years we have been working hard to improve the experience of techcrunch products for our readers. our tiny-but-mighty product team launched the brand new techcrunch mobile app for android and ios earlier this month and we couldn’t be more excited. it has been completely redesigned with the goal of giving you easy access to the news you care about most, no matter where you are.techcrunch has had an app in the market for a long time, but it hadn’t been well-maintained and became outdated, even as mobile consumption of news grew over the years. our mobile app users are among our most dedicated readers, and reimagining the app to bette






grab a ticket to the techcrunch summer party at august capital


the techcrunch summer party is a thing of tradition and we hope you can make it out this year. as in years past we’ll gather on the spacious grounds of august capital in menlo park and enjoy an evening of cocktails and the spirit of entrepreneurship.the deck around august capital’s office is large but cannot hold all of silicon valley, so tickets are very limited and released on a rolling basis. it’s $90 to attend.about the summer party at august capitaljuly 28, 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.menlo park, caget tickets here, $90 based on availability. tickets will be released in batches. stay tuned to techcrunch for releases, as they sell out quickly.techcrunch parties have a history of being the place you want to meet your future investor, acquirer or co-founder. case in point, when techcrunch found






meet techcrunch’s mike butcher at web summit on tuesday


two minute techcrunch!since it’s impossible, as a journalist, to crawl around all the stands at web summit, i thought it would be easier to sit in one place and meet people there!thus, you will get the chance to meet me (mike butcher) and pitch me your company for 2 minutes at web summit on tuesday.details of where and when will be sent by email. right now, it will probably be mid-morning, but check your email during monday for the final details:please enter your details herei would kindly ask that you literally talk to me for 2 minutes maximum, give me your business card, and we can follow up later. super simple!thanks all!mike butcher,editor-at-large, [email protected]






announcing the techcrunch tel aviv meetup + pitch-off agenda


it’s happening! techcrunch is coming to israel for the techcrunch meetup + pitch-off in tel aviv on the evening of wednesday june 28. it’s going to be an awesome event.techcrunch doesn’t come to tel aviv often enough, so we wanted to do something special for our meetup here. in addition to the usual networking party and pitch-off competition, we’ve lined up a few great speakers to tell us more about what’s happening in israel when it comes to tech startups. and we’re looking forward to having a drink with all of you.you can still buy tickets here, but hurry: they are selling out.full agenda5:30 pm — 6:30 pmdoors open, networking6:30 pmopening remarks6:45 pm — 7:00 pmthe exit and beyond: a conversation with uri levine, co-founder of waze7:00 pm — 7:15 pmisrael and its diverse ecosystem (par






here are the startups pitching at the mwc techcrunch meetup next week


techcrunch is holding a mini-meetup during mobile world congress, on tuesday feb. 28. we will hold a “pitch-off” of startups at the event.tickets are sold out but you can go on the waiting list here.you can apply to pitch your barcelona-based startup here.we’ve selected nine great startups to explain to our panel of vcs and techcrunch editors in 60 seconds or less why their startup is awesome. they are competing for an opportunity to attend our flagship event, techcrunch disrupt, in berlin on december 4-5.first placea table in startup alley at techcrunch disrupt berlin. startup alley attendees can become a ‘wild card’ to pitch on the main stage, if selected.second placetwo tickets to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinthird placeone ticket to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinhere are the judge






here are the startups pitching at the mwc techcrunch meetup next week


techcrunch is holding a mini-meetup during mobile world congress, on tuesday feb. 28. we will hold a “pitch-off” of startups at the event.tickets are sold out but you can go on the waiting list here.you can apply to pitch your barcelona-based startup here.we’ve selected nine great startups to explain to our panel of vcs and techcrunch editors in 60 seconds or less why their startup is awesome. they are competing for an opportunity to attend our flagship event, techcrunch disrupt, in berlin on december 4-5.first placea table in startup alley at techcrunch disrupt berlin. startup alley attendees can become a ‘wild card’ to pitch on the main stage, if selected.second placetwo tickets to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinthird placeone ticket to attend techcrunch disrupt berlinhere are the judge






houzeo simplifies the process of selling your home


software might be eating the world, but the real estate industry remains one market segment that is still operating in an antiquated world full of phone calls, faxes and manual paperwork processing. startup battlefield company houzeo wants to change that, by digitizing — and simplifying — the process of selling a home.to do that, houzeo breaks down selling a home into a series of linear steps, and guides sellers through the entire process. the company has automated much of what used to be done by filling out paperwork, and has moved to a digital process wherever possible.those steps include listing and marketing a property, pricing a home, filling out federal and state disclosures, finding an attorney or escrow company, comparing offers and closing out the transaction.the goal is to bring






brain trauma test to be conducted by san diego biotech subsidiary


a subsidiary of san diego’s aethlon medical will soon start a clinical trial of a test for a potentially deadly brain trauma.the trial by exosome sciences of houston is expected to begin in the second quarter, said james joyce, aethlon’s president and ceo.up to 200 former professional football players will be recruited for the trial of a test for chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a degenerative brain disease caused by repeated brain trauma.cte is known to affect boxers and has also been found in football players and military veterans. all these groups are at risk for repeated head injuries. at present, the disease can only be diagnosed after death by examination of the brain.among those affected were junior seau, the late chargers linebacker who killed himself in 2012. seau’s brain was fou