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Postify Q&A: Fitting Your Digital Images Into Everyday Life

Postify Q&A: Fitting Your Digital Images Into Everyday Life

Turning digital into real life can be a lucrative business, especially when it comes to pictures. Swedish startup Postify has created a desktop and mobile app which allows users to turn their digital images into physical photos and postcards in quicktime. So, for example, within 45 seconds of taking a photo during your Miami Beach vacation, that post card is in the mail – on its way to tease your friends and loved ones stuck in a grey and freezing Germany. Postify hasn't had trouble finding money, with a €155,000 angel round in 2012 followed up recently by an undisclosed new funding. Silicon Allee caught up with Fredrik Schöön at the recent Dublin Web Summit. Read More »

Factory Opens Its Doors Once Again for TOA Berlin Climax

Factory Opens Its Doors Once Again for TOA Berlin Climax

The first public opening of the Factory will mark the climax of this year's Tech Open Air festival as one of more than 50 satellite events at six partner locations. Construction is still under way on Berlin's much-hyped new startup hub but it will make use of the good weather and the TOA crowds to open its doors to the public for the first time. It's the second time around for TOA, and this year will follow the same pattern as the 2012 edition. The first day, August 1, will see a conference at Kater Holzig under the title 'Reset tomorrow!' with speakers including Ijad Madisch of ResearchGate, Morton Kringelbach, a professor of neuroscience at Oxford, German Pirate Party leader Bernd Schlömer and entrepreneur and investor Stefan Glänzer. Read More »

Moped 2.0 Targets Small Businesses with Open Web Platform

Moped 2.0 Targets Small Businesses with Open Web Platform

Messaging platform Moped has been given a major overhaul, with version 2.0 aimed squarely at small businesses. The Berlin-based startup says its open web platform is ideal for teams with its integrated services such as Dropbox and the ability to work seamlessly on multiple devices across web and mobile. The latest product also boasts a redesigned user interface enabling users to monitor their inbox while writing messages as well as new features such as a Media Gallery. It is hoped the new Moped will prove attractive to users with its view of the world through the lens of a web service rather than as just another closed messaging app. Read More »

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