Personal cloud storage is all the rage these days. Dropbox continues to be one of the most buzzed-about startups and its enterprise-focused counterpart Box is making moves toward the consumer market as well.
[Here's a look at how startups backed by Y Combinator or TechStars compare in terms of funding, based on the data available in CrunchBase. It's written by Edmar Ferreira, a data scientist and founder of a data analysis startup called EverWrite.
Over the last two years, Apple has been engaged in vicious legal battles over smartphone patents, many of which are aimed at squelching (or squeezing money out of) manufacturers of devices running Android.
Dan Rowinski looks at the trends for HTML5 in 2011, Joe Brockmeier counts down the top developer tools of 2011 and I pulled together a list of resources designed to help you learn to program. All of this and more in the ReadWriteWeb Weekly Wrap-up.
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