Everything.Me Gets Another $25 Million In Funding

TechCrunch.com is reporting on another startup .Me site, Everything.Me just got $25 Million in additional funding:

“”Everything.me, a slick mobile app that lets users search for specific content across both native and mobile apps. (A full review of it is here.) Today, the company is announcing that it has picked up an investment of $25 million led Telefonica Digital, with participation from Mozilla, Singtel and existing investors, which include Draper Fisher Jurvetson, BRM Group, Horizon Ventures. The company has now raised $35.5 million to date.””

You have to be impressed with the list of investors which include Mozilla, publishers of FireFox.

Techcrunch has been covering on regular basis startups using .Me domains getting funded by Venture Capital groups and others.

While I’m not keeping count I would say next to .Com,  .Me seems to have become the most popular choice for Tech Startups that are covered by TechCrunch.com

Here are some other stories we have published on TechCrunch.com here and here

Comments

  1. says

    I’ve recently sold several .me domains to companies that will be re-branding, or spinning off companies. Some I cannot disclose, but a few are public like family.me.

    Everything.me will be completely rebranding its Company from DoAt.com, with all its accounts (Twitter, FB and more)

  2. says

    For 2012, TechCrunch.com has covered startups that are utilizing the .TV extension far more than .me startups:

    Ringz.tv – http://techcrunch.com/2012/06/08/ringz-tv-ipad-app/

    Rockify.tv – http://techcrunch.com/2012/06/01/rockify-tv/

    Tape.tv – http://techcrunch.com/2012/05/23/tape-tv-raises-6-2-million-to-begin-an-international-roll-out/

    Cull.tv -http://techcrunch.com/2012/05/15/personalized-music-video-service-cull-tv-acquired-by-twitvid-ceo-departs/

    Jitterbug.tv – http://techcrunch.com/2012/05/01/jitterbug-tv-launches-first-subscription-music-video-service-for-kids/

    Ubuntu.tv – http://techcrunch.com/2012/01/09/i-want-my-ubuntu-tv/

    I’m sure I missed a few. Bottom line, there are far MORE start-ups moving into .TV than into .me.

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