PeerReach is a tool to find the influencers in a topic, language and geographic area. But it does more than help you find them, it helps you understand their main areas of interest and influence in each one of them. You probably thought of other t…Read more "PeerReach: find and understand social media influencers"
kwiqly wants to help you save energy money by using the data from your utility provider and combining it with the weather information. There’s nothing to install, no need to buy any hardware. James Ferguson, has presented the company at the startu…Read more "kwiqly: improve the energy use of your building withouth installing hardware"
Be-Bound is the great world changer of the startup competition at LeWeb. They propose a smarphone app that relies on the standard mobile phone networks to allow for Internet use. How do they do it? By sending sms to and from their servers. To use …Read more "Be-Bound: surf the internet without WiFi or data connectivity"
Jini is an application for smartphones that proactively sugests you things to do based on other applications usage (like RunKeeper) and the sensor information from your phone (location, speed, light…) Filip Maertens is the founder of this Belgia…Read more "Smarter than Siri: Jini, a proactive personal assistant on your smartphone"
TUZZit is a very promising online project management tool that focuses in ease of use and visual appeal. There are no save buttons and it allows to present ideas and task just like we would do in a whiteboard, with a visual organization instead of…Read more "TUZZit: the CheckThis of online project management"
For the second year on a row there will be a unified Belgian startups stand at LeWeb. On this occassion there will be 15 startups participating from the three Belgian regions: 14 as part of the Startups.be #beleweb delegation and one in the startu…Read more "Belgian Startups at #LeWeb12 (aka #beleweb)"
via vimeo.com One of the gadgets I liked the most at LeWeb10 was this giant touch screen with Google Earth on it. The interaction with the maps was incredibly natural and intuitive. The computer behind it was running Windows and using Internet Exp…Read more "Google Earth on Giant Touch Screen"