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Yahoo buys Qwiki for $50M

In an attempt to increase its internet presence, on Tuesday Yahoo acquired Qwiki, an iOS app that allows Apple iPhone users to turn photos, music and videos into slideshow videos in their camera roll. Yahoo did not reveal how much they paid for Qwiki, but according to sources, the app cost between $40m and $50m… Read More »

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Yahoo Acquires Bignoggins

Earlier this week Yahoo announced that they’d acquired Silicon Valley startup Bignoggins Productions, a one-man iPhone development shop which had previously built a handful of fairly popular Fantasy Sports mobile apps. The acquisition of Bignoggins announced on Monday is the latest in a series of mostly small deals that Yahoo Inc has completed since the… Read More »

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WhatsApp’s new milestone – 27bn messages in 24 hours

Today WhatsApp, the mobile messaging app, which runs on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Asha, Symbian among other platforms hit another milestone with the processing of 27-billion messages in 24 hours. This is a significant leap from the previous record of 19-billion messages processed on the last day of 2012. According to Whatsapp, the number… Read More »

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AppMesh Transforms the iPad into First Ever Personal Call Center, Making the Mobile Office a Reality

AppMesh, a leading next generation business platform for mobile devices, today unveiled a new feature, CallCapture that transforms iPads into personal call centers, enabling mobile salespeople to work smarter and more efficiently than ever before from any location. CallCapture capability makes staying in touch with contacts effortless by instantly linking users’ iPads and iPhones with… Read More »

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NetCrunch 7 named hottest network monitoring product at Interop Las Vegas

AdRem Software’s NetCrunch 7, an easy to deploy network monitoring, mapping, and alerting system for medium-sized businesses and organizations was named Network World’s ‘hottest’ network monitoring software at the Interop networking industry event in Las Vegas. According to Tomasz Kunicki, AdRem Software founder and CEO, NetCrunch 7 is the only solution that integrates into a… Read More »

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Pinterest CEO Ben Silvermann Talks All Things Pinterest.

During the D11 itaking place in Southern California, we had the privilledge of finding out what Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann is planning for the widely successful startup that was recently valued at $2.5 billion, despite not making a single cent to date. Silbermann was answering questions shot from Kara Swisheren he made a few revelations… Read More »

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Startup Spotlight: Forkly

While Facebook places is more or less forgotten these days due to Foursquare, a new app called Forkly could possibly reshuffle the world of check-in based apps. Like Foursquare, it not only checks you in but also tells you where and what to eat. Based on a technology which includes both crowdsourcing and geo-localization, this… Read More »

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