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The 25 Hot NYC Startups You Need To Watch

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New York City is a hot startup hub. After hitting the incubators, speaking with VCs and entrepreneurs, we selected 25 early stage startups that are generating buzz in the tech community. Some of them are positioned to blow up and become the next big tech titans.PictureLife is a way...
The 25 Hot NYC Startups You Need To Watch
OMGPOP founder's new startup could be ultimate place to store your photos

Picturelife's Nate Westheimer Launches Red Bud Partners, a Seed Stage Fund for New York Startups

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Serial entrepreneur Nate Westheimer is something of a renaissance technologist. Picturelife, the photo startup he cofounded with OMGPOP founder Charles Forman, recently raised a $4 million round led by Spark Capital. Picturelife’s concept is timely: the service focuses on backing up, storing, and accessing all of your photos from the cloud....
Picturelife's Nate Westheimer Launches Red Bud Partners, a Seed Stage Fund for New York Startups

Tech Tweets of the Week: What’s the Foursquare Badge for Jail?

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This may be a Twitter first: Earlier this week Aaron Cohen, chief executive of AnyClip, tried to check in on Foursquare from jail, according to AnyClip co-founder Nate Westheimer. Hours later Mr. Cohen was able to check in upon checking out, assured tweeters that he did not spend a night...
Tech Tweets of the Week: What’s the Foursquare Badge for Jail?

Rumored Houston Retail Store Grand Opening Sparks Speculation of iPad 3 Launch on March 16

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The Houston Chronicle reports that Apple's forthcoming Highland Village retail store will be opening on Friday, March 16. According to the report's source, the store was originally scheduled to open in January, but delays in the construction schedule pushed the opening back to Saturday, March 17. But just weeks ago...
Rumored Houston Retail Store Grand Opening Sparks Speculation of iPad 3 Launch on March 16

ZURB Acquires Design Community Forrst From Colourlovers

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Product design company ZURB just announced that it has acquired Forrst, the 500startups alumni Colourlovers acquired for an undisclosed amount in March 2012. Forrst aims to be a design community for “sharing work and inspiration, getting valuable and constructive feedback and ultimately getting better at your craft.” The terms of...
ZURB Acquires Design Community Forrst From Colourlovers

After Two Years in the Works, Picturelife Comes Alive

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This might be a familiar occurrence: You tether your phone or camera to your laptop, or insert your SD card. iPhoto opens … almost. The icon at the bottom of the screen bounces … and bounces … and then iPhoto opens. But the photos are sort of disorganized. Maybe it’s...
After Two Years in the Works, Picturelife Comes Alive
New Apple Stores coming to London’s Harrod’s, Italy’s Turin, Stockholm’s Sweden, US’s Portland and Houston

AnyClip opens its quote database for movie buffs

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Many of you have probably had a moment where you wanted to quote a favorite line from a movie, but couldn’t quite get the wording right. A site called AnyClip can help. The New York City startup first launched at the TechCrunch50 conference last fall, promising to help users search...
AnyClip opens its quote database for movie buffs

Design Community Colourlovers Acquires Forrst

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The 500 Startups-backed dev and design community Forrst has been acquired by Colourlovers, a similarly-focused creative design community. This is the second site from Forrst founder Kyle Bragger which is coming to a close – his online marketplace TinyProj previously ended operations in January. However, in the former case, the site was being shut down with users transitioned...
Design Community Colourlovers Acquires Forrst

After 2 Years In Stealth Mode And A $180 Million Acquisition, OMGPOP Founder Debuts New Startup, Picturelife

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Last year, as his startup OMGPOP was getting acquired for $180 million, Charles Forman announced a new venture. Forman, Threadless co-founder Jacob Dehart and OHours founder Nate Westheimer were quietly working on a photo startup called Picturelife. The idea, which the three spent two years building, was to put "all...
After 2 Years In Stealth Mode And A $180 Million Acquisition, OMGPOP Founder Debuts New Startup, Picturelife

OMGPOP Founder Charles Forman Made ‘Way More’ Than $22 M. in Sale to Zynga

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Mr. Forman (via twitter/charlesforman) The New York Times got a ticket to OMGPOP's after-acquisition party at the Bowery Hotel last week where they ran into the startup's founder, Charles Forman, who was in such a daze over the $180 million deal with Zynga that he walked into traffic. Mr. Forman,...
OMGPOP Founder Charles Forman Made ‘Way More’ Than $22 M. in Sale to Zynga
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