Postepic is an app for elegantly sharing book quotes

Postepic wants to liberate all those interesting text snippets you have languishing on your camera roll and turn them into visually appealing quotations ready for social sharing. But is there mainstre

Visual Translation App Waygo Launches Japanese Support

<a target="_blank" href="http://www.waygoapp.com/">Waygo</a>, an app that lets you translate Chinese by hovering your phone over text, just added support for Japanese. Waygo recently won the SXSW 2014

Slovak Startup Datamolino Bags €500K To Make Accountants’ Lives Less Boring

Spare a thought for accountants. Slovak startup Datamolino has, by building a platform for SMEs to cut through the tedium of manual data entry of invoices and receipts, and it's proving to be a lucrat

Microsoft’s SkyDrive Adds Bing-Powered OCR Features

At its Build conference earlier this year, Microsoft launched its developer services for Bing, including the Bing <a target="_blank" href="http://www.bing.com/dev/en-us/ocr">Optical Character Recognit

Waygo Wins Most Promising Startup At Echelon Singapore Conference

Waygo has just won Most Promising Startup at the Echelon conference 2013 in Singapore. The judging panel of seven included Dave McClure, founding partner at 500 Startups, Edgar Hardless, CEO of SingT

Testing Two iPhone Scanning Apps

In the course of researching a book, I’ve been using my iPhone as sort of a “record keeping” device for a while now, uploading items to Evernote and, more frequently, storing images

Another step towards the Babel Fish; gadget scans, understands, and speaks any text

Looks like HP is getting together with South Korean company Mouscan (Mouscan?) to move us one step closer to that universal translator that’s in every sci-fi story since that sci-fi part of the