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.
Nap rooms are so 2000s. Massage rooms are a dime a dozen. And the in-office gym has been around since at least the 90s. So if you want to up the ante, attract the best talent, and have the most brag-worthy office in the world, you need more.
Launching today, Calclash has developed a simple website that integrates with your Google calendars. When your friends sign up, the site will be able to automatically determine the best time to meet.
Searching Gmail sucks, and we all know it. Google knows it too, which is why the company released an “expanded” search feature today that not only helps you find emails within Gmail, but also pulls relevant results into Google searches.
Sometimes very small changes can make a big difference. That’s the case with the one change I’d love for Google to make to Google Calendar.
Google Calendar just got a lot less ugly. The web calendar service was revamped this morning as a part of Google’s new focus on user experience.
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.
Accel-KKR of Menlo Park, Calif. has closed its second fund with at least $300 million in capital commitments, according to Buyouts Magazine and cited by PE Week. The new vehicle will focus primarily on technology buyouts, the report said.
Here’s this week’s roundup of news from the valley’s juggernaut, Google.