iCloud Alternative Loom Raises $1.4 Million Seed Round

GinnizTech  -  Apr 04, 2015  -  Comments Off
A startup called Loom, which begin its life as the Y Combinator-backed photo-sharing startup Popset is working to build a better iCloud for both consumers and developers Currently. The company offers a cloud storage and syncing service, in the form of a mobile application for iOS and desktop app for Mac. And today, Loom

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This Week On The TC Europe Podcast: Google Is The Bad Guy, TechStars Invades London, Memoto Becomes Narrative

GinnizTech  -  Mar 12, 2015  -  Comments Off
Welcome back to another episode of the most European tech podcast around. This week, we talk about Google’s tendency to be the bad guy in Europe. It has some issues with France’s CNIL around privacy — at least it would be fine if the company paid corporate taxes. This is

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T-Mobile readies ‘Uncarrier 3.0′ shake-up, touts Shakira event

GinnizTech  -  Mar 04, 2015  -  Comments Off
The company will unveil the third phase of its plan to change the wireless industry at an event on October 9 in New York, with a little help from a superstar singer. T-Mobile is getting ready to irk the other wireless carriers again. The wireless carrier is planning another event

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After Facebook, Google rushes in its over $1 bn bid for Waze , A Israeli mobile satellite navigation start-up : Report

GinnizTech  -  May 26, 2013  -  Comments Off
Google Inc is considering buying Israeli mobile satellite navigation start-up Waze Inc, which may lead to a bidding war with Facebook Inc, Bloomberg news reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Waze is seeking more than $1 billion and is fielding expressions of interest from multiple parties, said Bloomberg, citing

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Social media improve brand equity but distract employees: survey

GinnizTech  -  May 26, 2013  -  Comments Off
Many companies across the globe feel social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter have improved their brand equity and stakeholder engagement but such platforms distract employees at work, says a survey. The survey by AIMA, grouping of management professionals, found that more than one-third (38 per cent) of respondents

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Smartphones eating away compact digital camera sales: “Assocham said in its study.

GinnizTech  -  May 26, 2013  -  Comments Off
The demand of digital cameras is declining rapidly as popularity of smartphones has soared and trends show that 92 per cent of the customers are now preferring high end mobile phones. “Smartphones are becoming the main camera of choice by a large number of people and increasingly more consumers are

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