Soonr, a company that allows you to sync and store files on your mobile phone and other devices, has raised $4.5 million in funding from HighBAR Ventures and existing investors. This brings the startup’s total funding to over $20 million.
Soonr sync your files to cloud storage via a downloadable client that runs in the background of both mobile devices, Macs and PCs. When you’re on the go, you… → Read More
In this day and age, with technology, no one works alone — that’s how Soonr sees it. And it’s a key part of the company’s offering: collaboration. Another is portability, and with the launch of the 3.0 version of its software, Soonr is expanding in both of those areas.
And this update comes complete with an attempt to leverage two of the hottest things out there: the iPhone and netbooks. Soonr … → Read More
SoonR, a backup service focused on enabling access to your files from mobile devices, has raised $9.5M from Cisco Systems in a Series B round of financing. This brings the total funding for this two-year-old company up to $15.5M. SoonR synchs your files to cloud storage via a downloadable client that runs in the background of both Macs and PCs. When you’re on the go, you can access these… → Read More
Web conferencing giant WebEX and mobile/PC connecting startup SoonR announced tonight that they have entered a partnership that will let users access WebEX conferences via mobile devices. WebEX has launched a new platform called WebEX connect which brings together select third party services to be integrated with the company’s web conferencing. Mobile access to WebEX is expected to be… → Read More
Over 100 startups applied to present their companies at the TechCrunch-sponsored Connected Innovators program at the Supernova conference last week. Twelve were selected and had a chance to launch their new products to an audience of hundreds. I drafted some real-time notes of the products demo’d and launched at event at CrunchNotes, and my more complete notes are below. Attensa Ether lifeio… → Read More
Soonr, the company that lets you access desktop files and Skype from your mobile phone, has released a version for the Mac. Mike profiled Soonr in May and the lack of Mac support was his one complaint. The new version is integrated with Spotlight and can render Photoshop files from your desktop into jpg for viewing on your phone. Looks cool. → Read More
Silicon Valley based SoonR has a beta product that allows users to access applications and files on their Windows computer via their cell phone (no Mac support yet, but its coming). If your cell phone is web enabled, you can use SoonR to access Outlook, pictures and other files and applications on your PC. MobileCrunch reviewed SoonR back in March when it first went into Beta. On Thursday SoonR… → Read More