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Track your friends and favorite places on a real-time map for your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Manage and monitor your time and projects online.
Manage various project management tasks, including task and time tracking, and reporting.
What makes you unique? Do you enjoy cheeseburgers? indie music? mountain biking? fashion? What if you had a robot that could learn your individual...
Brings people together to end the dreaded Social Rut.
With sporty lines and entirely matt finishes, the TUDOR North Flag, the Pelagos and the Fastrider Chrono are the latest in a series of TUDOR tool...
Adopt a dolphin and contributes to support the Acquario di Genovas activities to know and to protect Cetaceans.Choose your favorite! With HAPPY FIN...
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' personal acquisition of The Washington Post on Monday represents his largest yet. Find out what else he's invested in.
iFunding two iPhone Apps: Whrrl and iControl
Yet another "geo" social network, the mobile-centric Whrrl focuses on sharing reviews and recommendations rather than stalking your friends.
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It's the contest within the iPhone vs. Android contest: In Silicon Valley, developers are trying to decide whether a $100 million venture capital fund or a $10 million contest are better worth their time.
CNET News.com talks to Matt Murphy of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers about the firm's $100 million fund to invest in game-changing applications for the mobile Internet.
Pelago Networks, a communications service company, said Monday that it has raised $32 million in new equity and debt financing in a second round of funding, bringing the company's total financing to $50 million. Investors in the second round included Advent International, Charles River Ventures, Columbia Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners and Brooktrout. Pelago, headquartered in Marlborough, Mass., said it plans to use the new funding to support the introduction of new services later this year.
Mantas gets a pledge of $17.5 million...Myrio reels in $8 million...Evoxis grabs an additional $1.2 million.
Broadband equipment start-up Zhone Technologies inks a pact with telecommunications carrier Qwest Communications International to jointly develop technology.