50 Real-Time Startups – some familiar some perhaps not

Here is a list of 50 real-time startups brougth to you by our friends at ReadWriteWeb

AllVoices; Breaking News, Current Events, Latest News and World Events.
bit.ly (betaworks); URL redirection service with real-time link tracking.
BoilingPage; Find popular webpages among people in real time.
Cleartext; Enterprise Messaging Software as a Service.
Cliqset; Merging, Organizing and Sharing Social Information.
Cluuz; Web search engine featuring semantic cluster graphs, image extraction, and tag clouds.
Collecta; monitors the update streams of news sites, popular blogs and social media.
CrowdEye; Real-time Social Search.
Daylife; A point & click tool to create dynamic content portals.
Faroo; Real Time Search.
FirstRain; search-driven research.
Fwix; a local news site designed to show you the most recent and relevant information in your area.
Google; adding real-time web to search.
HighNote; Search, track and share the real-time web.
Insttant; Real Time People Generated News.
Isode; Messaging and Directory Server Software.
itpints; Real-time web search engine.
Jive Software; Social Business Software (SBS).
JS-Kit ECHO; next generation commenting system.
Kaazing; Enterprise Gateway extends real-time messaging and live data delivery to the Web.
Lexalytics; Sentiment and Text Analysis.
Liaise; an email add-on that analyzes the free-text contents of your emails as you write them.
MicroPlaza; Popular topics and news from the Twitter public timeline.
oneriot; real-time search engine.
PBworks; Collaboration, Intranet, Extranet, Project Management.
PeopleBrowsr; Social Search, Sentiment and Conversation Mining Dashboard.
Perpetually; keep up to date on your competitors.
PostRank; Discover the best blogs, find and follow topic experts and influencers.
Present.ly; a micro-blogging communication tool for your company.
Radian6; Social Media Monitoring, Measurement and Engagement.
Real-Time Innovations; Real-time messaging middleware and design expertise.
reddit; User-generated news links.
Scoopler; real-time search engine.
Scout Labs; web-based application that finds signals in the noise of social media.
Seesmic; manage your lifestream from Facebook & multiple Twitter accounts.
Shareaholic; An extension to share and bookmark web-pages on popular social sharing and bookmarking services.
Superfeedr; Real-time feed parsing in the cloud for web-developers.
Surf Canyon; Free Browser Add-On for Real-Time Personalized Search.
Sysomos; Business Intelligence for Social Media.
Thoora; delivering the news attracting the most buzz and discussion.
TIBCO; business integration and process management software company that enables real-time business.
Topsy; search engine powered by tweets.
tr.im; URL shortening.
Tumblr; light blogging service.
Tweetdeck; desktop Twitter client.
Twitter; micro-blogging.
Vayusphere; an enterprise software company dedicated to the acceleration of a corporation’s time critical and frequently used business processes.
WebTrends; Enterprise Customer Intelligence.
Wowd; a tool for finding popular information, in real-time.
Yauba; Privacy safe, real-time search engine.


About Cloonan

Great Work Inspires Great People I’m always excited to see great peoples work. To hear and learn about others and share in their experiences in life, design and business. Who knows maybe someday I might learn something from you and you may read something of interest from me. Cloonan. Thinking Out Loud The opinions and views written in my blog are my personal views and insights…they do not in any way reflect or represent the views of my employer. The goal and spirit of social media is to increase communities, build relationships, share and put your personal perspective on life’s content. That is the purpose of my blog. I welcome all comments positive or negative to my own. Life is about sharing…it is about respect…it is about consideration…sometimes good and sometimes bad. Slainte’
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