A year ago UpTo was going to be the social network that lives in your calendar. Today, with 250,000 downloads, a million events, and a $2M series A round under his belt, CEO Greg Schwartz realizes that a modernized calendar is a big enough vision on its own, thank you very much.
Any.DO launches Cal, simplifying calendar management and task planning.
Two ex-Foursquare designers secure a first round of funding for their ‘smart’ and ‘beautiful’ calendar app that focuses on user experience.
Quixplore is launching its shared social calendar today to improve the process of process of discovering things to do and coordinating and sharing your social life.
Atlas launched a mobile scheduling app today that simplifies the process of setting up appointments while away from a computer.
500,000 shared events and 2000 organizational event streams later, UpTo is pivoting to become the social glue of what’s next on an even bigger scale.
Two ex-Foursquare designers launch Sunrise, a “smart”and “beautiful” email digest of your day.
If Facebook is about what you did yesterday and Twitter is about what you’re doing right now, UpTo is about what you’re planning to do tomorrow — and sharing with those you actually know.
BestVendor is releasing the result of its 2012 Freelancer Survey tomorrow, revealing the most popular tools and apps for freelancers and entrepreneurs.
But the company gave VentureBeat a sneak peek today.
1calendar says that all you need is one calendar, not multiple ones, to keep track of your busy schedule. That makes sense, but it’s not always easy to accomplish.
There’s not much future in online office-suite apps, like the ones Microsoft and Apple offer, if you believe Box.net chief executive Aaron Levie.
Google is adding the ability to manage appointments to its Google Calendar web app.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) announced this morning that it has acquired Tungle.me, a calendar scheduling application, for an undisclosed sum of money.
CalendarFly is one of 65 companies chosen by VentureBeat to launch at the DEMO Spring 2010 event taking place this week. These companies do pay a fee to present, but our coverage of them remains objective.