In October 2009, Bambuser was the first of the live streaming start-ups to allow users to stream video directly from their mobiles to their Facebook Wall. Bambuser is an interactive mobile video streaming platform, enabling users to quickly and easily stream and share live mobile video with all of their favorite social networks, including Facebook, […]

Ko-Su by Zuztertu

Zuztertu is a real word that means “to grow shoots”. It is in this vein that Zuztertu develops educational and informational mobile applications that allow individuals to grow and develop. Over the past 2 years, Zuztertu has developed and introduced more than 70 applications which are available on iTunes. Gerlinde Gniewosz, CEO and founder of [...]

PoraOra by Caped Koala Studios

Pora Ora has been developed by Caped Koala Studios; a social-networking, immersive-learning and entertainment company with a passion for creativity in education. The company is committed to developing a love of learning in young children; encouraging them to be creative, imaginative, inquisitive and social.   In Pora Ora, they have created an engaging world for […]


LSR May meetup with Digital Shoreditch presenters announced

Techmeetups announces the line up of presenters for the London Silicon Roundabout May meetup along with Digital ShoreDitch. The world of Moshi Monsters has been created by Mind Candy, a company that loves developing games and new forms of interactive entertainment. Their intention when creating Moshi Monsters was to a produce a ground breaking new […]

London Silicon Roundabout Weekly Roundup

London Silicon Roundabout Weekly Roundup

Hi LSR member, Here is the weekly roundup for The London Silicon Roundabout Meetup Group News round up $50m bid for London Silicon roundabout company Tweetdeck Virgin trials world’s fastest 1.5GB broadband in London Silicon Roundabout Events 5th May – LSR May Meetup along with Digital Shoreditch 26th May – BVCA 2011 Venture Capital Showcase […]


$50m bid for TweetDeck

Twitter bids $50m for London Silicon Roundabout company TweetDeck Tweetdeck that contributes 11 % of Twitter’s high value traffic seems to be in the middle of a bidding war between Twitter and UberMedia. Although we all thought & (it was reported that UberMedia) had acquired TweetDeck back in Feb. It seems that deal didn’t go […]

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