fruux solves the problem of working with contacts, calendars and task across different devices in a cross-platform environment. The use of open standards such as CardDAV and CalDAV makes it easy to deploy across different devices and many different vendors. This also ensures that the user’s data does not suffer from vendor lock-in.
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|Apr 23, 2012||Life Hacker - fruux Synchronizes Your Contacts, Calendars, and To-Dos Across Systems, OSes, and Devices for Free|
|Apr 18, 2012||TechCrunch - Fruux Keeps Your Calendars and Contacts In Sync Between All Of Your Devices|
|Apr 2, 2012||netzwertig.com - Plattformübergreifende Synchronisation: fruux will den grenzenlosen Datenabgleich|
|Apr 2, 2012||gruenderszene.de - Seed-Finanzierung für fruux|
|Apr 2, 2012||Deutsche Startups - High-Tech Gründerfonds und netStart Venture investieren in fruux|
|Mar 27, 2012||Venture Beat - Funding daily: syncing contacts to the cloud, automating servers, and mobile payments|
|Mar 23, 2012||Gigaom - Cross-platform iCloud rival Fruux plans to keep teams in sync|
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