The initial startup financed by a fund intended for social-networking firms released an app that provides Facebook users more specific control over the content they allocate even with people who are not on Facebook.
The first product is a free iPhone app planned to give “personal crowd control” for a Facebook user’s network, according to Katango Inc.
Under its original name, CafeBots Inc., the Palo Alto Co. got $2 million from the “sFund,” a $250 million fund launched in October to much fanfare at a press meeting at Facebook Inc.
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