Last August, Y Combinator-backed Leaky had one of those "good news, bad news" startup launches. The good news — the launch got plenty of attention, and (thanks in part to some coverage from TechCrunch), ands the site attracted 10 times as much traffic as expected, according to co-founder Jason Traff. The bad news — that attracted the attention of the insurance companies, who sent Leaky cease-and-desist letters.
UberConference, the winner of our TechCrunch NYC 2012 startup battlefield competition, is relaunching its iPhone app today. The company previously launched an iPhone app back in December 2012, but then removed it when it launched th... Read Post
Y Combinator-backed Leaky on Wednesday said it had raised $670,000 in seed funding and opened its site to users across the country. The company initially launched in 2011 but had to rethink its approach after cease-and-desist letter... Read Post