News Breaks at LeWeb11
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La plateforme de partage de photos Instagram est aujourd’hui forte de plus de 14 millions d’utilisateurs , qui partagent plus de 60 photos par seconde . Alors que l’application n’est pour le moment disponible que sur iPhone , Kevin Systrom , CEO d’Instagram, a précisé lors de la conférence LeWeb ’11 qu’une version Android était en préparation.
Written by: Claire Goyat December 8, 2011 The Box Network is attending the event as sidekick to IBM in its team of hardcore bloggers. It’s a sell out event with around 3,300 delegates from more than 60 countries…
SiliconFilter Covers LeWeb11
Here are six mobile apps that are making waves right now — some are really well known and have been around for a while, others are brand new and hot. At the LeWeb conference in Paris, fast-becoming one of the hottest web tickets outside the US, we got a bit more insight into them:
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt just took the stage at the Le Web conference to chat about Android, the search giant’s expansion and more. When he was asked about why the search engine hadn’t acquired any French companies, Schmidt jokingly commented on stage that Google was now buying around one company day.
Remember people When you meet someone, you can enter their information manually, scan their business card, or instantly connect to a group of people using the Hello Connect feature Make meetings memorable
Today at the Le Web conference in Paris, Evernote is debuting two new applications for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The first one is called Food , and is designed to help people easily save and ‘relive’ all of their favorite meals and food experiences.
Just 18 months into operations, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick announced on stage at Le Web that the car service company has closed $32 million in Series B funding lead by Shervin Pishevar’s Menlo Ventures , Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Goldman Sachs .
Deezer , which in a press release quite literally claims to have “invented music streaming” four years ago (who knew!)