Application for real-time voice translation, known as interpretation, available today for conferences, and in the future for anybody who need interpreteur in the market. They use a community of people that can be anywhere in the world remotely. You can see their presentation at the LeWeb 2011 Startup Competition where they won third place: http://youtube.com/watch?v=nhNhNqN5e7o
Online community for women in South America, with city guides in Buenos Aires Argentina, Santiago Chile, Lima Peru, Bogota and Medellin Colombia.
They provide a free website builder. Based in Ukraine and Russia.
He was showing some pretty awesome magic tricks at LeWeb, using the Kinect, 3D graphics from 3Dvia and real elements, you can find more videos featuring his magic on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2fyUj1NKyw
They bring digital art to events, companies, find out more at http://digitalarti.com
One of their projects is a delivery system for fast food restaurants online.
http://talkoclock.com is a way to make new friends from all over the world, just one phone call away.
Currioos is a social network dedicated to digital artists, graphic designers, illustrators, artists can showcase their work. Each month they print a selection of the artworks in a limited edition that gets sold at 50 euro or up to 200 euro per high quality poster-sized prints.
Online shoppers buying stuff in the middle-east sometimes need to be able to ship their purchases to a European or US address and Aramex provides a service that forwards those shipments to the middle-east.
Last year I filmed Danil Kozyatnikov at LeWeb 2010 about his story about how Loic Lemeur had invited him from Siberia to be at LeWeb 2010, since then he raised half a million dollars for his startup. Here is a video about the status of Questli.com