VideoMeet combines Gtalk, Skype, h264/263, some Microsoft video conferencing platforms and more, targeted at the enterprise.
http://uibk.com provides a system to connect University students directly with companies that need to hire them for freelance work. They check that the students are real and thus this enable a market for freelance workers different from outsourcing sites.
NameRobot.de is built by linguistics specialists and programmers, it can help generate names with available domain names for startups.
Transfluent is a service that offers effortless, near real-time professional translation to social media feeds and websites.
CorruptionTrak is a service that aggregates data regarding incidents of petty/day-to-day corruption in India and acts as a channel to direct this data to relevant authorities. All the reports logged are made freely available to the public, including journalists, NGOs and concerned governmental authorities. They withhold the names of their citizen reporters from public view and make them available only to trusted authorities for further investigation. The relevant authority may contact citizen reporters for more information if it decides to investigate the case.
Cubecurated builds virtual 3D exhibition spaces, designing the architecture copying real places or designing new ones, for any kind of exhibition, they build it, host it for art exhibitions and also for any other kind of exhibition.
Lightbox is an app and a website for communities of photography enthusiasts.
MySollars.com is an Environmental Loyalty Solution for companies to engage consumers and for consumers it’s a social game to compensate their carbon emmissions.
Billions of people are going to be connected to the Internet for the first time in the next months and years, the United Nations works on Human Rights for the Internet. This is about China, conflict zones, ACTA/SOPA and many other aspects of Internet Freedom worldwide.
YouTube had a huge keynote by YouTube Content Partnerships manager Robert Kyncl at CES 2012, you can see it in its entirety here. The talk is about the amazing growth of YouTube, web video is about to represent 90% of all Internet bandwidth. YouTube works to monetize more and more of the web video content. I’d like them to overlay affiliated one-click purchases and price comparisons of the products video-blogged. I believe web video is a huge deal, just as it’ll consume 90% of the web’s bandwidth, it will also generate upwards 90% of the web’s and Google’s revenue, profit, learning, information, attention and time spent.
In the following clip, Stan Lee, the creator of the CSI TV show franchise, talks about user generated content on YouTube.
Spreecast does multi-user live video streaming shows with chat, social network integration and more. With features similar to Google+ Hangouts On Air, a host is able to select who to invite in an up to 4-user video-chat, with a chat going on underneath, questions being sent through social networks and more.
http://twanx.com tries to aggregate gratitude on the social web.
http://mediaheroes.com helps you write an article in less than 10 minutes.
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.