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Dashwire gets $1.6 million in new funding

Looks like Microsoft's going to continue to have some fairly major competition in the cloud. Dashwire, the popular sync service and a direct competitor to Microsoft's beta My Phone service, recently secured $1.6 million in funding. Dashwire syncs contacts, pictures and other PIM data to the cloud and can upload photos to various online services.

Said Dashwire founder and CEO Ford Davidson:

“We’re growing our business right now. We will hire a few more developers. We’ll have some new things released later in the year, and we’re cranking away on it.”

So we'll be looking for more from Dashwire in the future. Currently it runs on Windows Mobile and Symbian phones, and BlackBerry and Android clients reportedly are in the works.

Xconomy via mocoNews

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3 Comments
  • i must say....ive been using the myphone beta, but dashwire smokes it. so much more stuff to do...and its got most of the bugs worked out...and a better UI to boot!!!
  • Hopefully the new funded money will bring out some great products.
  • I was using the mobile and it has loaded game. I was unable to reload it I didnt understand why it happened. The Research Paper Help has given me long back.