The Ubuntu Edge may be the future of the smartphone, but does it have a future? Nexus rumors abound for the next generation of Google’s vanilla tablets and smartphones. Meanwhile, startups are hitting up Indiegogo with new quantified self devices, including sleep-tracking sheet Beddit and extreme sports tracker Trace.
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- Founded 1998
- Overview Google is a multinational corporation that is specialized in internet-related services and products. The company’s product portfolio includes Google Search, which provides users with access to information online; Knowledge Graph that allows to search for things, people, or places as well as builds systems recognizing speech and understanding natural language; Google Now, which provides information …
- Location Mountain View, California
- Categories Software, Video Streaming, Email, Search, Information Technology, Blogging Platforms
- Founders Larry Page, Sergey Brin
- Website http://www.google.com
- Full profile for Google
- Founded 2012
- Overview Trace is a fun way to discover the cool things people buy. People are buying fun and interesting things everyday. Now you can see the cool things your friends are buying in a beautiful and easy to use app. When you buy something cool, share it with your friends and followers! The things you buy express who you are and what you are passionate about! Trace is available on the iPhone App Store.
- Location San Francisco, California
- Categories Reviews and Recommendations, Local Search, Twitter Applications, Peer-to-Peer, Curated Web, Payments, Mobile, Social Media
- Founders Sudhir Nava, Ryan Stevens
- Website http://traceapp.com
- Full profile for Trace
- Founded 2004
- Overview Ubuntu is a Linux distribution aimed at making Linux a user friendly operating system. It is supported by Canonical. Available free of charge, it comes as Desktop Edition and Server Edition. Ubuntu releases a new edition every six months. Each edition gets security updates for at least eighteen months.
- Location London, England
- Categories Operating Systems, Software
- Founders Mark Shuttleworth
- Website http://www.ubuntu.com
- Full profile for Ubuntu