December 2010 Archives
Friday, 31st December 2010
This week we profiled five cloud startups to watch in 2011. Each startup is one that we think has great potential and hasn't received much, or any, coverage from ReadWriteWeb in the past. The five were: ClearDB, Netuitive, Loggly, RethinkDB and Tropo. Which of these five do you think will be most successful in the new year?
Thursday, 30th December 2010
What Mobile Content is Worth Paying For?
Yesterday, ReadWriteWeb reported on the findings from Pew Internet and American Life Project's latest study regarding the Internet content people are willing to pay for. The result? People are willing to pay for quite a bit. In fact, 65% said they paid for some form of content - whether it was music, games, news, software, e-books or something else…
5 Enterprise Startups to Watch in 2011 # 5: Podio
As 2010 draws to a close we're taking a look at a few enterprise startups that show promise and that we haven't covered on ReadWriteEnterprise. Podio is a highly customizable Web-based enterprise collaboration application. Like Huddle it emphasizes external collaboration as well as internal collaboration. Podio's distinguishing features are its…
5 Cloud Startups to Watch in 2011 # 5: Tropo
Tropo is a cloud-based API for adding voice, SMS, IM and Twitter support to programming languages. The service runs on telecommunications company Voxeo's infrastructure. You can use Tropo to build voice operated phone menus, automated VOIP applications, voice mashups, SMS applications and more. Tropo is free for development. Once an application…
SitePoint's Craig Buckler's 3 Realistic Wishes for the Web in 2011
The past few weeks have been filled with predictions for what 2011 will hold. Earlier today, I shared my own predictions. But what do you want to see happen on the web in the coming year? SitePoint's Craig Buckler has compiled a list of his three biggest but realistic wishes for the web in 2011.