- The sale of Tungle to Research In Motion (RIM)
- A brief jab at the BlackBerry Playbook
- Caleb talks what it is like to launch Yobongo at SXSW and futures
- The sale of Delicious to AVOS (the YouTube founders new corporation)
- How to get divorced via SMS
- Fring new 4-way video chat ability. Look for a full Fring review on TheSocialNetworker.
Yobongo! If you're lucky enough to be one of the early beta testers of the much anticipated location-based mobile startup then I'm sure you don't mind yelling Yobongo out loud and you get it. For others waiting to beta test are posting tweets with a sense of frustration, jealousy, all with a nervous sense of anticipation to see if Yobongo is going to live up to the hype. If you don't believe me just look a some of the tweets below.
Like many web/tech mobile startups, sometimes the hardest part of launching a startup after you come up with an idea is coming up with the name. This had [...]
I first wrote about Yobongo back in early January when it was seeking more beta testers quietly sparking interest from location-based geeks. A lot has changes since then. Yobongo now has a new logo and is one of the most anticipated startups to open to launch for the general public to test along with being predicted as one of the breakout apps of SXSW 2011 on Quora and other news sites. I've been lucky enough to be one of the few East Coast beta testers of Yobongo and I must say the app is great.
Yobongo a new iPhone app that provides a way for mobile users to chat with people nearby has been in stealth mode since late October but that is about to change. I received a tip that in the next 48 hours if you have "liked" the Yobongo facebook page which is here or joined signed up for the beta here you may have a chance to be one of the early beta testers.
Yobongo which was first covered on TechCrunch joins the growing list of new mobile chat applications such as Beluga, FastSociety GroupMe and Kik. All which have users [...]