Declara founder Ramona Pierson was the victim of a car accident and spent 18 months in a coma. 100 surgeries and incredible resilience later, she earned a masters in education, a PhD in neuroscience, and is now developing technology that can change how people collaborate online.
Qortex is a social productivity app that pulls the best features from other workflow products and forms them into one cohesive system.
While Microsoft took its sweet time bringing Microsoft Office to mobile devices, CloudOn stepped in with its slick Office virtualization apps.
Y Combinator-backed Kippt released a new product for companies today called Inc, which seeks to improve communications among teams and provide a better alternative to email.
Tempo AI, a startup focused on increasing productivity through your calendar, has raised a new $10 million Series A round of funding, the company announced today.
Kibits, which is backed by Google Ventures, Charles Rivers, and General Catalyst, rebrands as Collaborate.com and releases a suite of mobile project management apps for distributed teams.
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No more tying strings around fingers for Android users — note-taking and organization-solutions provider Evernote has announced that reminders, their most requested feature, are included in the latest software update.
Springshot filed with the SEC for a $1.6 million first round of funding. Springshot is a “mobile worker productivity platform” that supports people who work on-the-go.
Atlas launched a mobile scheduling app today that simplifies the process of setting up appointments while away from a computer.
Asana, the startup that helps individuals and teams get tasks done, has its eye on the prize: large enterprises.
Handle launched its productivity application today which helps you organize your inbox, prioritize tasks, and get things done as efficiently as possible.
Google is releasing a version of QuickOffice for Android & iPhone. Microsoft should perhaps be concerned.
Asana has been laser-focused on improving task workflow for large teams over the past few years, but so far you could only access it on your computer or iPhone.
After successfully bringing Microsoft Office to the iPad, iPhone, and Android tablets, CloudOn is today announcing support for Android phones with version 4.0 of its app.
Stealth startup Tomfoolery raises $1.7M for mobile enterprise applications that make “work awesome.”
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CloudOn beats Microsoft to the punch.
Oscar Wilde said that “To do nothing at all is the most difficult thing in the world.” But for those of us who would love to be doing nothing, there’s 24me, a free new iPhone app that populates your daily to-do list automatically and lets you complete those tasks at the touch of a button.
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Siasto, the tiny startup that competes with Huddle, Podio, Asana, and Microsoft Sharepoint, is making a name for itself as the disruptive newcomer on the scene.
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We’ve known since February that Microsoft was preparing new touch-enabled Office apps for Windows RT, but now it seems those tablet-focused Office apps won’t have as many features as their desktop siblings.
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Hookflash, an iPad app maker looking to make workplace communication streamlined and more productive, has pivoted to focus on connecting you with your LinkedIn contacts. The company is releasing its inaugural app in March, and it will help you communicate with your LinkedIn connections for free.
Editor's Pick Salesforce has revealed a new web-based application called Do.com that combines task management with social features to create a smart way to get things done on your own and in groups.
A new video created by Microsoft shows how the company imagines technology will progress in the future, with mobile devices and interactive touch screens playing an even bigger role in our lives.
Mobile-workspace company CloudOn, formally known as AppToU, has raised $7.7 million in first-round funding, according to the SEC.
Astrid, an Android app that aims to reshape task management, announced today that it has received seed funding from Google Ventures and Nexus Partners.
Salesforce announced today that it has picked up Manymoon, a company that adds additional productivity and collaboration tools to web apps like Gmail and Google Apps, as part of a two-month-long spending spree that has now included three acquisitions.
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