appMobi, a mobile application development firm, is launching a new HTML5-powered browser for iOS. The browser, to be called as MobiUs Web App Browser, promises to bring additional capabilities typically found only in native apps to the mobile Web. It works both as a standalone browser alternative or in conjunction with Apple’s mobile Safari, similar to the way browser extensions work on the desktop Web.
A startup liveMinutes has launched its new web conferencing service.
Palo Alto based startup Backblaze announces online backup service that offers unlimited storage for businesses at an affordable and predictable price – just $50 per computer per year. The service is available for both Windows and Mac notebook or desktop owners.
The startup Slice has launched its apps to help you organize your online shopping by analyzing your inbox. In May, the company released its Yahoo app and now GMail app. It organizes your purchases and tracks receipts and notices.