Digital content saving service Pocket just raised another $7 million to grow and developer new products. “Founded as ‘Read it Later’ back in 2007, the San Francisco-based startup has
built a solid following of users who, through browser plugins and mobile apps, can save anything they see on the Internet to consume at a later point,” VentureBeat reports. New Enterprise
Associates (NEA) led the round.
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