Feedster is the developer of the most robust search engine for valuable timely content. Our mission is to allow organizations and individuals to harness the rich quantity of information available in today's ever growing RSS universe which includes the proliferation of weblog content, news services, and ecommerce and entertainment properties. We maintain our leadership position in RSS search through continual innovation, aggressive research and huge attention to user input. The bulk of our features came directly from user suggestions and our core engineering group is accessible to make sure that we add the features that users care about. Feedster.com's most popular use to date is the delivery of search results, both as web pages and as RSS feeds that combine professionally published news with individual blogs. By providing tools that enable users to self-select search criteria, Feedster can deliver the most relevant and timely search results that match user preferences. Additional features include FeedFinderTM, the ability to search for RSS URLs, Links for search results that display references and links to one's site.
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Apr 18, 2013
print Mashery Oren Michels, cofounder, CEO Intel just bought Mashery , a company founded by a group of ex-Feedster execs, Mashery confirmed today on Twitter. The terms of the deal were not announced, but Mashery raised $35 million from investors, including a $10 million round last year and was valued at $60 million, reports Owen Thomas at ReadWrite . If Mashery sold for two to three times its valuation, as is typical, that would have put the sale at $120 million to $180 million, Thomas speculates. Here's one of the tweets that confirms the sale. @ cisco_mobile our API delivery network supports 62K active apps built by over 200K devs. With @ intel we’ll be able to move even faster. — Mashery (@Mashery) April 17, 2013 This isn't a shocking buy for Intel. Since late last year, Intel was already selling Mashery's tool under its own brand name, the Intel Expressway API Manager. Mashery does something called "application programming interface management" and this is an increasingly hot area thanks to mobile, social and cloud computing. APIs let apps connect and share information through a social network like Facebook or Twitter. Mashery competes with other startups like Apigee and 3Scale. But the area is so hot, newcommers are ready to enter, too, like MuleSoft , cofounder Ross Mason told Business Insider . Whatever the price, it's a nice exit for Mashery's cofounder and CEO Oren Michels, who hails from Feedster, along with cofounder, Kirsten Spoljaric, also from Feedster. (Another cofounder from Feedster, Clay Loveless, who was Mashery's Chief Architect left in 2010. ) Feedster was a hot blog search engine in the mid-2000's that still exists today but has withered away. Like Technorati, it's name is often thrown around as an example of what not to do.
Feedster Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Feedster founded?
Feedster was founded in 2003.
Where is Feedster's headquarters?
Feedster's headquarters is located at 116 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
What is Feedster's latest funding round?
Feedster's latest funding round is Unattributed VC.
Who are the investors of Feedster?
Investors of Feedster include Mitsui & Co. Global Investment, Omidyar Network, Selby Venture Partners, Felicis, Midas Capital Partners and 7 more.
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