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Soluto wins TechCrunch Disrupt!!!

SolutoSoluto, an Israeli-based start-up, won TechCrunch Disrupt 2010 earlier this week. Soluto develops an anti-frustration software, that monitors the Kernel of Windows and along with the power of cloud-computing (crowd-sourcing), suggests a solution – a service to end, a program to close, etc.

Soluto’s PC Genome is a knowledgebase of PC frustration data built automatically through the usage of Soluto software. Its objective and statistical information, gathered and analyzed by Soluto, is also editable by the community.

Watch live streaming video from disrupt at

Roee, Dvir, on stage at TC Disrupt, and the entire Soluto team – huge Kudos guys!!! You helped continue the dynasty – Israel is truly a Start-Up Nation!

Soluto – Anti Frustration Software from Soluto on Vimeo.

Google Cloud Print

With all the hype surrounding Apple’s rumored iPhone 4G, this next piece was somehow ‘lost’ in the stream: Google has announced last week that the company is working on a project that will ‘enable any application (web, desktop, or mobile) on any device to print to any printer’. Although Google Cloud Print is still in early development stages, the company has made its code and documentation available to the public, as part of the open-source Chromium and Chromium OS Projects.

Google Cloud Print

Google Cloud Print

This announcement is big deal for the millions of cellular users out there, who basically depend on their mobile device for a large portion of the day. Being able to print, without any cables or drivers, to a printer near your location, via your iPhone/Windows/Symbian/Android based phone, can change the way we use printers todays. Great opportunities for businesses, such as Starbucks, Kinkos/FedEx, and others, especially when combined with geo-tagging. Looking forward to this project maturing, soon.

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