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Kicksend Launches in India; Now Print Photos from Mobile

By |December 23rd, 2013|

Kicksend, the photo printing service based out of California, has launched their photo print mailing service in India. Now print and ship photos to anywhere in the country.

AKG Technologies Launches Facebook Ad Tool adSpringr Based on Wharton Professor’s Auto Bidding Algorithm

By |December 3rd, 2013|

Philadelphia based AKG technologies has launched adSpringr, a tool to help increase the scale, performance and ROI of Facebook Ad Campaigns.

Compass Launches Tool For Startup CEOs to Track Metrics that Matter

By |November 25th, 2013|

The benchmarking solutions company Compass, previously known as StartupCompass and Startup Genome, has launched a new solution for startups and software companies to solve this problem.

500 Startups Batch 7 Announced; SilverPush From India Makes It

By |October 30th, 2013|

US based accelerator 500 Startups has announced its latest batch. SilverPush, a mobile advertising company from India has made it to the new batch. Here's a look at the companies that made it to the 500 Startups Batch 7.

Travelling Abroad? Use Suggestme to Get Personalized City Maps Home Delivered Before You Start

By |October 8th, 2013|

Suggestme allows you to discover and organize things to do in a particular destination from which you can generate your own personal travel guide, have it printed and shipped to you before your journey.

Ex Googlers Want to Put the Zen in Driving by Quantifying the Experience; Jerry Yang, Max Levchin Back the Startup

By |September 16th, 2013|

“We are more about the person in the drivers seat. Car companies are more about smarter cars.”

Get Rid Of Bookmark Clutter With FavSync, an Automatic Bookmark Organizer

By |September 2nd, 2013|

The product offers a number of tools for organizing your bookmarks, other than just collecting them, like you can hide your bookmarks, publish them, assign keyboard shortcuts, clean dead, unused and duplicate bookmarks, archive bookmarks, search inside bookmarks without opening them and more.

Rate Everything & Make Informed Choices With Social Scoring Service Bugscore

By |August 29th, 2013|

Bugscore, the online social scoring service, allows you to score and compare any person, establishments or other products from around the world on a range of attributes, across time.

Broken Links Suck, SpringTrax Can Fix it For You

By |August 23rd, 2013|

The extent of the broken link problems increase when you have a website with constantly changing content. For instance, an e-commerce site where products are added and deleted regularly.

Skift raises undisclosed funding from Times Internet

By |August 16th, 2013|

New York based travel intelligence and information portal, Skift, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from TLabs, a venture of Times Internet Limited.

African Startup SafariDesk Wants You To See What Africa Is Really About

By |August 13th, 2013|

From meeting his co-founder on Twitter to exhausting the generosity of his parents and having to sleep on his best friends floor, Irvine Ndwiga, Co-Founder of SafariDesk has a great story to tell.

Launching Something? Get Your Website Peer Reviewed on Criticue

By |July 27th, 2013|

There are paid reviewers and other such services but if you are on a shoestring budget, try Criticue.

Soundice Lets You Listen to All Your Favorite Tunes Ad Free

By |July 26th, 2013|

Soundice is a music player application accessible via the web browser, that users can use for free, without any limits and in-ads. It has readymade radio chart playlists and also gives you a way to create your own. Perfect for queuing up music for a long day.

Startup Lessons from Israel : Yiyeh B’seder [It’ll be ok!]

By |July 18th, 2013|

“Yiyeh B'seder” which translates as – “it’ll be ok”. Challenges or obstacles just seem smaller or non-existent to most Israelis.

A Look at LinkLk and How Sanath Fernando is Creating Platform Business in Sri Lanka

By |July 2nd, 2013|

Any entrepreneur in Sri Lanka though, must face up to the limited market size - locally. I believe there is huge opportunity to completely bypass online in Sri Lanka and focus on a mobile only (or mobile first) strategy.