BY CARMEL DEAMICIS ON AUGUST 21, 2013 Tempo launched in February 2013 in the fadd-ish flood of calendar apps. Despite the fact that it was going up against 4,582,439 bazillion (just an estimate) other calendar apps, media went bananas over it. It was called “Siri for your calendar” and “the... more.
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Appcelerator, a Mountain View-based startup that helps businesses create and track the performance of mobile apps, just raised another $12.1 million in a round led by EDB Investments from Singapore. One other new investor was The Social Internet Fund while previous investors like Mayfield Fund, Sierra Ventures, Storm Ventures, Relay... more.
RYAN LAWLER Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013 So email management startup Xobni was acquired by Yahoo today, the company officially announced on its blog. Initial reports said the company was acquired for “upwards of $30 million” but TechCrunch has learned that total consideration for the deal will be more than twice... more.
The Globe and Mail by Boyd Erman Published Thursday, Jun. 27 2013, 7:45 AM EDT Last updated Thursday, Jun. 27 2013, 1:30 PM EDT The longtime head of the Thomson family’s holding company is getting into the mobile business. Geoff Beattie, who ran Woodbridge Co. Ltd. for Canada’s richest family... more.