BitTorrent cofounder and president Ashwin Navin is leaving the company. He has plans for a startup incubator in San Francisco's Mission District. Good! That means he'll be screwing up far less consequential companies from here on out. Navin deserves credit for persuading Bram Cohen, the creator of the BitTorrent file-sharing protocol, for building a company around it. But that's about it.
i/o Ventures, the new San Francisco Mission District tech incubator, invited an audience over last night to see what its first class of startups have been working on. i/o has a friendly and non-pretentious vibe, in keeping with its ... Read Post
A band of high-profile start-up executives in San Francisco is launching a new venture to help young entrepreneurs. The four partners in i/o ventures are Aber Whitcomb, former MySpace CTO; Ashwin Navin, former BitTorrent and Yahoo e... Read Post