iGlue

  • iGlue challenges users to Wikify-the-Web with $40k in cash prizes

    Designed to mark the company’s full launch after four years of development, iGlue, in partnership with one of its backers, Power of the Dream Ventures (PDV), is launching “The iGlue Summer Annotation Challenge” with cash prizes totaling $40k. Putting to one side the question as to whether this is money well spent compared to other forms of marketing, the competition, which… Read More

  • iGlue, which wants to wikify the Web, launches its semantic content organiser

    iGlue, which wants to “wikify the web“, has officially launched its semantic content organizer and search application. Three years in the making before being unveiled at TechCrunch Europe’s GeeknRolla event in London last April, iGlue creates an additional information layer over web pages by using natural language technology to understand its content. The browser plug-in… Read More

  • iGlue, Which Wants To Wikify The Web, Launches Its Semantic Content Organizer

    iGlue, which wants to “wikify the web“, has officially launched its semantic content organizer and search application. Three years in the making before being unveiled at TechCrunch Europe’s GeeknRolla event in London last April, iGlue creates an additional information layer over web pages by using natural language technology to understand its content. The browser plug-in… Read More

  • iGlue raises $550K in follow-on round

    iGlue, which wants to “wikify the web“, has raised a further $550,000 from an unnamed accredited private investor. The new round effectively doubles in4 Ltd’s funding (the Budapest company behind iGlue), after initial investment from Hungary-based Power of the Dream Ventures (PDV). This values in4 at over $5.5m, according to Viktor Rozsnyay, CEO of PDV. Read More

  • iGlue Raises New Funding To Wikify The Web

    iGlue, which wants to “wikify the web“, has raised a further $550,000 funding from private investors alongside Hungary-based Power of the Dream Ventures. The application unveiled at the recent GeeknRolla event in London, is pretty interesting in that it creates an additional information layer over web pages by using natural language technology to understand its content. The… Read More

  • @GeeknRolla: iGlue lets you build your own Wikipedia over the Web

    iGlue is a knowledge organisation service which creates an additional information layer over web pages. In other words it can understand a web page’s content and start building a database of knowledge. No, it’s not another Google, but when applied to a web page, iGlue recognizes names of relevant entities, such as people, geographical locations, institutions etc. and on the… Read More