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DEMO 2008 kicked off in Palm Desert, Calif., today, and has already yielded a week’s worth of news. Among the launchings and unveilings, Ribbit announced its voice-web product Amphibian, while Kaazing launched an enterprise software platform that lets companies build reliable, two-way messaging atop web networks […]

demo_badge_black.gif DEMO 2008 kicked off in Palm Desert, Calif., today, and has already yielded a week’s worth of news.

Among the launchings and unveilings, Ribbit announced its voice-web product Amphibian, while Kaazing launched an enterprise software platform that lets companies build reliable, two-way messaging atop web networks and web-based utility Iterasi made its debut.


Also unveiled today were TimeDriver, an app for folks who have to make multiple one-on-one appointments with different people across pre-determined available blocks of time, and KonoLive‘s comprehensive collaboration/communication environment, which supports not only collaborative activities focusing on Microsoft Office Documents, but any desktop or web application.

The former CEO of E*Trade is making a foray into the overcrowded social networking market with MOLI, and a recruiting portal aimed at facilitating relationship-building between mid-sized companies and star job candidates named Standout Jobs has thrown its hat into the Web 2.0 startup ring.

In the world of online video, Tube Mogul, a vendor of tracking tools for web video shows, launched its premium product, while fellow analytics startup Visible Measures said it has acquired Vidmeter. A full roundup of online video news coming out of the conference is here.

And how green is this show, anyway?

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