Goldcast spotlights which event attendees will be your next customer

Investor attention is focused on event companies lately, especially as pandemic restrictions ease around the world and events become in-person again. Just this year, we’ve seen companies like EventX

Remote work and events startup twine acquires YC-backed Glimpse to launch on Zoom

Twine, a company that provides networking tools for virtual events and remote teams, will soon bring its services to Zoom thanks to its just-closed acquisition of the Y Combinator-backed startup, Glim

Twine raises $3.3M to add networking features to virtual events

Twine, a video chat startup that launched amid the pandemic as a sort of “Zoom for meeting new people,” shifted its focus to online events and, as a result, has now closed on $3.3 million

Twine aims to end social isolation with its video chat app for deep conversations

A new startup called twine wants to help people feel less isolated and alone. Though the project has been in the works for around six months, it’s launching at a time when people are struggling

Seedcamp-backed Twine launches marketplace for creatives

Having made headway in building out its community for creatives, Twine recently flicked the monetization switch by adding a marketplace to its wares. This lets businesses post creative briefs and the

Twine Canvas Is Like Tinder But Based On Personality, Not Sex Appeal

Don't judge a book by its cover. Beauty is only skin deep. It's what's on the inside that counts. These are the mantras of millions of young singles <a href="

Sourcebits-Incubated Twine Launches On iOS And Android To Flip The Mobile Flirting Game On Its Head

After a year in development and looking to capitalize on the growing popularity of "people discovery" apps like Highlight and mobile flirting apps like Tinder, today Twine is officially bringing its

‘Twine’ Foreshadows A Future Where All Objects Talk To The Internet

Want to be notified to turn on the AC when a room reaches a certain temperature? Or when your laundry's done? Well MIT Media Lab alumni <a href="">Supermechanical<

Nasty Lawsuit Between Radar Networks And A Very Upset Investor

There's a nasty, and very personal, lawsuit in progress between <a href="">Radar Networks</a> and a jilted investor, Kate Paley (daughter of CBS icon <a

Evri Acquires Radar Networks In Semantic Search Consolidation

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Bing, Google, And The Enigmatic T2: The Race For A Complete Semantic Search Engine

<img src="" width="215" height="156" /> Yesterday, Bing released a surprisingly useful new feature <a href="https://techcrunc

Sneak Peek At T2, Twine's Semantic Search Engine

<img src="" width="215" height="102" /> Extracting meaning from the Web is huge project that is very difficult to do at large sc

Twine Tries To Manage The Stream With New Coverflow-Like Design

<img src="" width="215" height="101" /> What is the best way to sift through a stream of information? The list view seems to

Connect Your Thoughts To The Mindex With Imindi (Private Beta Invites)

<img src="" width="140" height="63" /> What doesn't kill you will only make you stronger. Adam Lindemann learned that the hard way wi

Twine Is Taking Off, Now Bigger Than FriendFeed

<img src="" width="215" height="120" /> It turns out that people are following more than just their friends online. Look

Twine: "We Organize That Shit."

[youtube] A year after <a href="">launching its beta<

Radar Networks Raises $13 Million B Round; Velocity's Ross Levinsohn Joins Board

Semantic Web startup Radar Networks raised $13 million in a B round, led by Velocity Interactive Group. Velocity’s Ross Levinsohn will join the board. Other investors include Draper Fisher Jurve

Twine Launches A Smarter Way To Organize Your Online Life

Radar Networks, the not-so-secret stealth startup, is finally unveiling its site, dubbed Twine. Twine is targeted straight at groupware and knowledge-management apps that have mostly been confined to