By Laura on Dec 17, 2009
I-Symphonee Inc. is a pre-seed startup recently formed in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. The company intends to build mobile telephone applications through all the major third-party application programs, including Apple iPhone, RIM Blackberry, Palm, Google Android, and Nokia Ovi. Additional expansion will be into AT&T and Verizon’s network application programs. Launch of our first set of applications is tentatively scheduled for 3Q/09 exclusively on the iPhone. Expansion into the Latin/South American and European markets is planned.
The company was founded by Patrick Clay, a professional in the telecommunications industry with over 25 years of experience in architecture, development, and testing of state-of-the-art technology for both large corporations and small startups. Support is being provided by a team of trusted colleagues encompassing marketing, international business, website design, and application development.
I-Symphonee Inc. is currently seeking investors for seed money in order to begin development, marketing, and sale of its first set of applications.
Stay tuned for more information about I-Symphonee!
Sun Startup Essentials member -- Micello makes its debut today at JavaOne. Fireworks please!
All JavaOne attendees with a Blackberry or an iPhone can navigate the Moscone conference center, enter a room to show what’s going on here – agenda, speaker’s bio, enter exhibit area to show exhibitors, search for people, run polls, and a more very useful stuff. Micello uses almost all Sun in their software stack from LWUIT to Glassfish and MySQL.
Java SE 7 and Java EE 6 are also available for early access.
So the phone of the century arrives on the scene.....and what do you do with it, apart from show it off and ooze at how cool the thing looks....
Read this and use them to be more productive in your day....
The iPhone came out on
Friday, and there’s no doubt a large number of developers have already
churned a number of cool apps for it. From the ones we could find, we
selected the top 25 and made a list (with descriptions!) — just to make
your life easier. So, in no particular order:
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