Radar Networks makes Twine. Think of Twine as your own artificially intelligent personal web assistant. That's the message we get from Radar Networks CEO, Nova Spivack, about his new project from Radar Networks. Twine is a semantic web application that auto-organizes all your information and media based on an auto-tagging engine. It's been in the works for some time, but will make its public debut soon.
The company is funded by Leapfrog Ventures and Vulcan Capital, Paul Allen's venture firm.
Funding Rounds (4) - $24MUpdate
|Jul 30, 2013||TechCrunch - Social Media Dashboard Bottlenose Raises $3.6M|
|Jun 4, 2012||TechCrunch - Yahoo May Settle With Facebook On Patents, But CEO Levinsohn Has Another Legal Wrangle On His Hands|
|Feb 8, 2012||TechCrunch - Live Matrix, The "TV Guide For The Web," Acquired By OVGuide|
|Nov 25, 2011||TechCrunch - ‘Twine’ Foreshadows A Future Where All Objects Talk To The Internet|
|Sep 26, 2011||TechCrunch - Evri Comes To iPad With New Topic-Based News Reader|
|Sep 7, 2011||TechCrunch - Evri Launches SportStream Apps To Bring Realtime, Social Sports News To Your Mobile Devices|
|Jul 18, 2011||TechCrunch - Nasty Lawsuit Between Radar Networks And A Very Upset Investor|
|Aug 30, 2010||Gigaom - The New Now: How Real Time Redefines the Now|
Evri is a news reading platform that offers a personalized and topic-based approach to news aggregation.
Squidoo is a network of user-generated 'lenses' - single pages that highlight a person’s point of view, recommendations or expertise.
TextWise offers an automated, semantic similarity search technology, enabling the web to offer a meaning-based foundation.
410 Townsend Street, Suite 150
San Francisco, California 94107