Mobile app creates audio/visual report
The app, called Winston, allows users to choose the topics, such as world news, politics and sports, and pulls information and images from various news sources around the Web. It also can incorporate information from Facebook and Twitter accounts.
"With Winston, we wanted to create a new way for people to interact with their personal web," said Aaron Ting, chief executive and co-founder of Reactor Labs. "So much of our day is spent leaning forward to read a tiny screen. We wanted people to lean back and listen."
Winston is available for iOS devices, and can stream to Apple TV and AirPlay devices. An Android version and support for more languages are in the works.
Reactor Labs is a recent graduate of DreamIt Ventures, a startup accelerator program based in Pennsylvania. Reactor Labs' investors include Windforce Ventures, ENIAC Ventures and Woodgen LLC.
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