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Screenleap, a Palo Alto startup, wants to make screen sharing more social and common in everyday life beyond the office. The company offers services for businesses, but is putting a particular emphasis on how screen sharing could improve online social int
The Internet has continued to make it easier for us to keep in touch with friends, hold virtual meetings, and even telecommute to work. It's almost as if, for the tech savvy, at least, distance is no object when it comes to accomplishing tasks...
A friend of mine the other day clued me into a new free web based tool that I was so excited about, I just had to share. It's called Screenleap. What it does is allow anyone to share her screen using only a web browser and Java. Nothing else ha...
Screenleap offers screensharing, which in itself isn’t exactly something groundbreaking to provide. WebEx does it, GoToMeeting too, and even for general consumers, it’s relatively easy to achieve with Skype. But Screenleap one-ups all those solutions by t
A lot of applications and instant messaging software allow you to share your screen with others, but the problem is, not everyone uses the same applications. So, instead of downloading, installing or signing up for new services or softwares, screenleap of
A lot of instant messaging or tech-help software includes a feature for sharing your screen with other people. Unfortunately, not everyone uses the same applications, which requires one or more parties to download something in order to see the...
This is fantastic. ‘To any device with a browser’ is the correct way to explain this, not ‘iphone/android/desktop and more!’ like so many people do. It is short and crisp and the image makes it clear that not only will it (presumably) work with iPad/iPhon
Yesterday Y Combinator had it's latest Demo Day. This year the batch of start-ups had grown to 65, and the venue had changed to the Computer History Museum to accommodate all the investors and their checkbooks. This was my first time at demo day...
I'm a big fan of services on the web that don't require me to sign up or install any software. YC company Screenleap fits the bill on both of these things. Screensharing is an important part of being able to hold business meetings from remote...
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