Deals & More: Sococo grabs $4.2M to build a collaborative online office …

Sococo, the virtual office startup that launched its service at DEMO Fall 2010, has raised $4.2 million in equity funding from undisclosed investors, according to a filing with the SEC. The company’s first service, called Team Space, allows coworkers to communicate using spatially-aware avatars. Within the space, workers can enter virtual offices and instantly conduct […]

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C3 Releases Software Development Kit

LAS VEGAS – January 6, 2011 – C3 Technologies today released its first software development kit (SDK) for creating search, navigation and geo-location desktop and mobile applications that utilize the company’s photo-realistic 3D maps. The C3 SDK comes with 3D maps of San Francisco and London for developing and testing applications that can work with […]

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Maps Go 3D

The Swedish company C3 Technologies demonstrated its photo-realistic 3D maps, which are likely turn up in next-generation mapping programs. So far they have maps of London, Barcelona, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Boston, Miami, and San Francisco. By April, they expect to add another 22 cities. How are these maps different from the ones you might find […]

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CES 2011: Lunch at Pieros

Each year, Pat Meier-Johnson hosts a two-day lunchtime event at Piero’s, a classy Italian restaurant across catty-corner from the Las Vegas Convention Center. There, many companies from around the word — most notably VIA and D-Link — show off their wares in a more intimate setting than the show floor. I visited these exhibits and […]

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C3 Technologies modélise les villes en 3D

On connait tous Google Maps et la fonctionnalité Street View, et à chaque fois ça nous bluffe ! Oubliez tout ça, car C3 Technologies propose une modélisation 3D d’une centaine de villes en vue aérienne et piétonne… et bien sur un service de navigation ! Les ingénieurs de cette filiale de SAAB prennent un avion, […]

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New Mind-Blowing 3D Mapping for iPad

New Mind-Blowing 3D Mapping Technology for iPad [CES 2011] in Software by Cult of Mac January 07, 2011 – LAS VEGAS, CES 2011 — Check out this simply stunning 3D-mapping technology from Swedish-based C3 Technologies that elicited a uniform reaction of “holy %$*@!” from us when we saw it. One reason for its precision is […]

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CES in Las Vegas Lunch

Lunch at Piero’s during CES 2011 is about quality, productive time between companies and reporters from all media, new, social and traditional: major print publications, broadcast media, influential bloggers and tweeters. It takes place during the day, when reporters are work mode, just steps away from the Las Vegas Convention Center but far from the […]

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Sococo takes Sims to the next level: Efficiency at work

It was 2006 and David Van Wie was frustrated. The serial tech entrepreneur had been working with law, accounting, software and other parties across the nation trying to engineer a merger. He had hundreds of e-mails, multiple versions of edited attachments, saved voicemails, instant messages and chat histories cataloging the back and forth required for […]

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Just When You Thought The Mobisode Was Dead…

From Moconews.net It’s been a long time since News Corp (NSDQ: NWS). dared create original programming expressly for mobile viewing in the U.S., but it’s back. Bitbop, an app from Fox Mobile Group for Blackberry and Android smartphones that offers full-length TV shows for $9.99 per month, has ordered eight episodes of the original comedy […]

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Pay TV and At-Home Movies, by the numbers

Time Magazine Online by Brad Tuttle Here’s a big roundup of statistics revealing just how much we love watching TV and movies at home, how much couch potatoes are willing to pay for such services, and also where it looks like things are heading from here… $10 The monthly fee demanded for “premium” mobile TV […]

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Sococo Offers A Virtual View for Office Workers

The Wall Street Journal/By Don Clark Technology is helpful at work. But sometimes the best thing is to just stand up and peer over your cubicle to see who’s at their desk, who’s on the phone and who’s in a meeting. Sococo tries to simulate that experience–even for people who aren’t in the same office. […]

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