It's Flickr on the fly. Tiny's Radar service lets you snap photos with cell phones and send them to friends, who can both access and comment on the shots. Radar will be a built-in application on some devices made by Danger, creator of T-Mobile's Sidekick.
Funding: $2.8 million (Mohr Davidow Ventures)
Founder & CEO: John Poisson (shown right)
Headquarters: San Francisco
Business model: Sales of downloadable client, advertising
Bragging rights: 55 percent monthly user growth; 500,000 videos and pictures swapped on network per month; SunCom Wireless plans to distribute Radar
Next up: To have 1 million users by year-end; sign up more carriers; add premium subscription service
Contact: Amanda Krantz, firstname.lastname@example.org
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