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Fabrizio Capobianco
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TOK.tv wins the EITICT Labs startup competition in Berlin. We are like Juve. Great job +Emanuela Zaccone 
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Complimenti! Il caso vuole che anche io sono a Berlino fino a domenica! 
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The future of TV advertising is here
When we launched TOK.tv a year ago, my only focus was on understanding what users would do with our app. A year later, I believe we know a ton about that - although there is a lot more to discover - and we also have traction (thanks Juve ;-) The next step, ...
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Se non parlate bene l'inglese, state a casa (non venite a fare fundraising in Silicon Valley)
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In questi giorni, ne ho sentite e viste di tutti i colori. Prima un articolo di Paul Graham che dice che chi non parla bene l'inglese non ha chance di trovare soldi da Venture Capitalist. Poi una valanga di commenti, incominc...
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E' un ottimo punto +Fabrizio Capobianco , lo condivido appieno. Però secondo me non è nemmeno tanto questione di sapere o meno l'inglese. E' vero che può capitare di sentire dei talk da gente che proprio non riesce ad esprimersi in inglese e quindi non riesce a coinvolgerti quando invece in lingua originale magari è la persona più entusiasmante di questo pianeta; può anche però capitare di essere in presenza di persone che magari sanno perfettamente la lingua ma che poi non ti danno niente nel momento in cui ti presentano la loro idea, qualunque essa sia. 
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I swear, those peaks in January looked incredibly high. It is always a matter of perspective
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Juventus created a promotional video for Juventus Live, in Italian. Can't say it is PC, but we'll take it
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Best app ever ;-)
Juventus Live - TALK to your friends while watching Juve on TV Juventus Liv...
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Forward Milan!
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The future of TV advertising is here
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My last post: why it is time for Android First
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Correct. iOS First bring the risk on not having enough users, compared to the "competition" (not necessarily people doing what you do, but startups in general. VC compare numbers even when it does not make much sense). Android First bring the risk of not being considered, because the people you talk to do not really understand Android, and its growth
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  • TOK.tv
    CEO, 2012 - present
  • Funambol
    President and Chairman, 2003 - present
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Introduction
Fabrizio Capobianco is the Founder and CEO of TOK.tv, the company that lets you talk to your friends while watching TV. He also serves as President and Chairman of Funambol, which he founded in 2003 and grew to be the leading mobile open source company in the world. 
Education
  • University of Pavia
    Ph.D. Computer Science, focus on Usability, 1997
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