Tag Archive | "Digital Startups"

Inkling: Interactive Text Books For The iPad

Thursday, August 26, 2010

2 Comments

So we’ve seen how iPad Magazines work, and loved them, but what about text books, that’s the next big progression for education right? Well, this video from new tech startup Inkling, might just showcase the future of iPad learning with their end to end iPad textbook publishing platform. Inkling looks to have a few great [...]

Continue reading...

GazoPa: Similar Image Search Engine

Sunday, November 15, 2009

0 Comments

GazoPa (the similar image search engine) has just hit beta, and If you’ve ever used Google’s Similar Image Search, you’ll notice that GazoPa goes a few steps further by offering some great tools like direct image upload, url link, flickr search and even the option to draw your own shape/image to find similar images. I’m [...]

Continue reading...

Most Web 2.0 Companies Fail

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

3 Comments

I read an interesting post the other day on mashable about how most web 2.0 startups fail. So I thought I’d better post-up the image for everyone to see and hopefully cast your opinions. The conversation originally started with Meg Pickards post on her blog with a somewhat interesting view on the potential of social media [...]

Continue reading...

New Digital Startup: eCater

Sunday, May 17, 2009

3 Comments

Today we launched eCater, a hot new digital startup based in Sydney, Australia. They provide a specialist niche service to both Cafes & Businesses in CBD’s around Australia. Traditionally cafes take all their corporate catering and office catering orders over the phone a week or more before its delivered (or the opposite, at the very [...]

Continue reading...

Google Voice To Finally Launch!

Thursday, March 12, 2009

3 Comments

Google Voice, what the hell is that you say? In one of Google’s rather low-key acquisitions, they purchased a phone start-up called GrandCentral (founded in 2006) for about $50 million in cash mid 2007, GrandCentral offered a seriously valuable product; “one phone number for all your phones, for life“. Can you imagine how many contacts [...]

Continue reading...