Greek Application to be Presented at Austin Festival

mobile_appsThe Greek application Terranova, a social search engine, will be presented in the world-famous interactive festival SXSW (South by South West) in Austin, Texas that will take place from March 7 to March 14, 2014.

According to an official announcement, the director of this year’s Festival will be former CEO of Apple, John Sculley. Julian Assange, the founder of the website WikiLeaks, will participate in the festival via video conference.

As noted, this annual Interactive Festival which was launched in 1994 as a musical event, has become  the leading technological event, as it introduces to the public the most ambitious talents and most creative innovative ideas and products in the field of high technology. World famous applications such as Twitter and Foursquare were presented for the first time in Austin Festival. 

Terranova, created by the Greek computer scientist George Stoikos, is a search engine that connects people, places, events and activities relevant to your search. Terranova is an intelligent personal assistant for mobile devices like Apple iPhone and iPad and wearable technologies like Google glasses and the smart watch of  Samsung Galaxy.The application impressed the judges and organizers of SXSW and was chosen out of more than 500 other products to be presented in the category of social technologies.