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The Business Journal reports that Villanova University and three other institutions together received a $2.4 million grant from the Kern Family Foundation to help grow entrepreneurial interest in engineering students.
PalmLing has launched a demo of its mobile translation service, but an attempt to demo it this morning found no available operators. We’re anxious to play with this one, so give it a try for us.
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DocDep, which creates tools for companies to improve management, has launched a capitalization table application to help companies track investment and store investment documents. The app follows last week’s news that TicketLeap CFO Tim Raybould had launched Capography, a cap table management system for startups.
MobilePhilly, a new event focused on mobile that launched late last year and organized by consulting firm Chariot Solutions, will host its third event Thursday evening featuring CloudMine on Geofencing.
MIGHT BE WORTH YOUR TIME
Social bookmarking site Snipi gets a quick mention in TechCrunch alongside the popularity of similar startup Pinterest.