• Timeful, The Khosla And Kleiner Backed Time Management App, Launches On iOS

    Timeful, The Khosla And Kleiner Backed Time Management App, Launches On iOS

    For months now, there’s been a stealthy buzz around a startup called Timeful. Attracting a nearly $7 million pre-launch Series A round from the likes of Khosla Ventures, Data Collective, and Kleiner Perkins certainly seemed to indicate that the company was onto something interesting, but thus far details on Timeful’s product have been scarce. Today that is finally coming to an… Read More

  • Refresh Updates Its Mobile Dossier App And Adds A Web View

    Refresh Updates Its Mobile Dossier App And Adds A Web View

    Refresh, the mobile app that helps make you smarter at meetings, has refined its look and feel in an effort to make its users even more efficient. It’s also launching a web app that will enable users to find out more about the people they’re meeting even when they’re not on the go. Read More

  • Closely Is Another Way To Keep Tabs On Where Your Close Buddies Are At

    Closely Is Another Way To Keep Tabs On Where Your Close Buddies Are At

    A German startup that’s built a mobile location-based network for families, called Familonet, which includes an automatic location notification feature is launching a spin-off side project app targeting small groups of friends or co-workers who might find it similarly useful to be automatically informed of each others’ whereabouts. The new app, currently in beta on Google Play… Read More

  • Holiday Events Booking Platform, GetYourGuide, Pulls In Another $25M To “Landgrab” New Markets

    Holiday Events Booking Platform, GetYourGuide, Pulls In Another $25M To “Landgrab” New Markets

    Holiday attractions booking startup, GetYourGuide, has taken in another chunk of outside investment — announcing today that it’s closed a $25 million Series B round, led by prior investors Spark Capital and Highland Capital Partners. Read More

  • Runtastic’s $120 Orbit Fitness Tracker Prizes Function And Features Over Fashion

    Runtastic’s $120 Orbit Fitness Tracker Prizes Function And Features Over Fashion

    Runtastic is doing the reverse of what many startups are doing these days: it’s going from being a software platform provider to becoming a hardware maker with the Runtastic Orbit fitness tracker. The Orbit is similar in concept and execution to the various trackers from Fitbit, Jawbone and Nike already available, but with a number of features designed to set it apart from the competition. Read More

  • Indiegogo Goes Mobile With International Launch Of iOS App

    Indiegogo Goes Mobile With International Launch Of iOS App

    Ever since Indiegogo raised that massive $40 million Series B this year, the crowd-funding platform has been laser focused on building out its mobile presence. In fact, CEO Slava Rubin said in an interview with TechCrunch recently that if Indiegogo were launching today, it would be a mobile-first company. So it should come as no surprise that Indiegogo is ready to launch an iOS mobile… Read More

  • PagerDuty Lands $27.2M In Series B To Simplify IT Incident Management

    PagerDuty Lands $27.2M In Series B To Simplify IT Incident Management

    PagerDuty, a 5-year old IT incidents management startup, announced $27.2M in Series B funding today led by Bessemer Venture Partners with help from early round investors Andreessen Horowitz and Baseline Metal. The Series B money brings the total money raised to date to $39.8M. As part of the deal, Trevor Oelschig, a partner at Bessemer Venture Partners, will join PagerDuty’s board… Read More

  • Watch This Robot Learn To “Walk Off” An Injury

    Watch This Robot Learn To “Walk Off” An Injury

    What do you do if you’re a robotic hexapod and one of your legs is broken? Do you give up? Lie down and burst into flames? Cry from tear duct-less eyes? Or, through a process of trial-and-error, do you brush yourself off, hide your broken leg, and learn to walk again? You guessed it. Researchers Antoine Cully, Jeff Clune and Jean-Baptiste Mouret have trained a hexapod to try… Read More

  • Reedsy Helps Indie Publishers Get Things Done

    Reedsy Helps Indie Publishers Get Things Done

    Self-publishing is the new Beanie Babies: everyone wants in and everyone wants to cuddle. But what if you don’t have the editorial chops, design talent, or artistic skills to make a pretty or readable book? Reedsy is there to help. Read More

  • Internet.Org’s App With Free Access To Facebook, Google, Wikipedia, Local Info Launches In Zambia

    Internet.Org’s App With Free Access To Facebook, Google, Wikipedia, Local Info Launches In Zambia

    85% of the 5 billion people without Internet simply can’t afford data plans. So Facebook’s accessibility initiative Internet.org today launches its Android and web app for the developing world with free data access to a limited set of services including Facebook, Messenger, Wikipedia, and Google Search. It also provides local health, employment, weather, and women’s… Read More