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At LeWeb London last week, I got a chance to sit down with the great Robert Scoble and hear his thoughts on Google Glass, being one of the very first people outside of Google to use it. We talk about its current features, upcoming features, why facial recognition would be freaky to integrate at this […]

Ah, Paris, the city of lights, love and Internet innovation. Yes, folks, it’s that time of the year again for us to gear up and see what’s up with LeWeb Paris on Dec. 4-6, organized by the couple that never ceases to amaze me with their energy, Geraldine and Loic Le Meur. This year’s LeWeb Paris is […]

I go to tech conferences all over the world. One conference that I never miss is LeWeb Paris. Why? Because this conference has all that one could ask for – amazing lineup of speakers and panels, great networking crowd, the coolest parties, incredible food and the most wonderful ambiance. This year Geraldine and Loic have […]

Soluto is the company that won the first TechCrunch Disrupt which was held in January of this year. Soluto is working to end the frustration we are all having with PCs by utilizing the wisdom of the crowds from around the world. Think of it as a crowdsourced PC perfection tool. Their intention is to […]

At LeWeb I bumped into Alex Ljung, founder of SoundCloud who showed me a new feature in their iPhone application. SoundCloud is a platform that enables people to share sounds. The iPhone app enables you to save sounds and send sounds to your friends. The new feature which was released last week, allows you to […]

If you’re a techie and want to know whether you’re in the right conference, check if Robert Scoble (aka Scobleizer) is around. If he’s there, you’re in the right place. I have known Robert for many years and have traveled with him to conferences around the world. He is one of the most articulate people […]

Had a great time on the first day of LeWeb10. All the who’s who from Silicon Valley and the European tech scene were there: Marissa Mayer, Dennis Crowley, Michael Arrington, Jeff Clavier and more. I especially enjoyed seeing the face of Mike Jones, CEO of MySpace, letting us all understand that “no, really, we didn’t […]

In early December, I’ll be heading to Paris for LeWeb 2010, Europe’s premiere event for Internet industry professionals. I’ve been there twice before and have always enjoyed the mix of European culture with tech innovation. LeWeb is the type of event that is attended by both top stars from Silicon Valley as well as European […]