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Could the next -- -- be here in this crowd these -- -- certainly hope so.
We're here time in ten hottest startups to watch party kicking -- New York City Internet.
From Apple's top half of the year to a platform that's streamlining shopping on the web.
These startups are hoping to -- -- next big thing.
Time -- selected ten of the most promising startups from a -- 75 throughout New York City this year there was one major theme amongst the winners.
Data data data I think what we're seeing now is that.
Because of the way we function on -- because of the technology that seem to.
We are inundated with -- a lot of companies we -- -- Are giving other marketers ways to sort user data what we're looking at now as a wave of how do you sort data and how do you make -- most news.
These startups are proving that parent wants to watch until we know is very very important to people and to the world.
In general is personal station and that's the idea of no me and be relevant to me and so instead of just building a social network for building a personal network.
For the first time that -- -- you actually had a product announcement diet and -- and trees and we'll let you know the bombing.
Now that's not just like and it's you can mark down in -- -- and -- -- friends and family discount.
-- paper is really -- ideas begin and you know it showed that you know papers estimates.
The simplest most beautiful way to capture ideas -- -- I mean look at productivity on tablets and in that category so let's be fundamentally reinvent it when you look at the top more productivity applications right now.
Three of them are from apple before -- it's my 53.
Everything is just the beginning.
When you look at the fitness category and all the various products and apps that are out there.
You can tell there's a lot going on but the one thing that we've been able to demonstrate is an incredibly passionate group of users.
That are a really inspiring each other and motivating each other to reach their goals and in ways -- they never thought.
Possible on the heels of -- -- -- one point one billion dollar purchase of Tumblr to start up crowd was buzzing.
And here's what they have to say about Yahoo!'s latest acquisition.
I think what they wanted was ultimately instance can only think Marissa was right in saying.
We need scale immediately we can't take the time to build organically I think these large companies are strategic partners right they're gonna get -- very -- weeds and they're gonna get great advertising revenue that they may not had access to otherwise.
So when looking at an acquisition we always talk about it's not necessarily just about the dollar amount and about what ultimately brings the team -- I think he's right in south I would call -- I think David Karp is phenomenal what he's done is not a great cultures building great companies build a phenomenal media network.
I think that -- between Tumblr and Yahoo! is a really good ones.
The United States' espionage as the media networks and one thing that Thomas and you bothered -- is building them.
Advertising side of them and they got that was younger so I think that's -- really really great match.
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