Apple wants to see its devices everywhere: in Fortune 500 companies, hospitals, even schools. JAMF Software helps make that happen.
TinyCo promises a laugh a minute for its first Family Guy title, coming in 2014.
Simulmedia, a video ad startup, has closed its fourth round of funding at $25 million, the company announced today.
You get an iPad Air. You get an iPad Air! YOU get an iPad Air!
DataHero just picked up $3.15 million to keep building an accessible product for letting pretty much anyone visualize data online, from a wide variety of sources.
Even a gadget addict like me can’t see much of a point in curved-screen smartphones, but that’s not stopping companies from exploring the technology.
Birst wants to help more business users understand data with its business intelligence software. Google-like searching and Amazon-like recommendations are now possible with Birst.
UberConference doesn’t want users to have to deal with the annoyance of entering a PIN number to enter a group call. Now paid users can live without it.
Sponsored Post Chupamobile, the largest app source code marketplace, is launching a contest for iOS and Android mobile developers with $45,000 in prizes; the 2013 Chupamobile App Developer Competition.
PaeDae makes a push to become a broader mobile advertising platform.
Sponsored Post FOCUS, a newly formed creative startup dedicated to advancing the future of fitness monitoring technology, today announced the release of TRAINR, a new app that puts the power of a personal trainer on a person’s wrist. Available now…
Guest Post This is a guest post by Brad Feld, a managing director at Foundry Group.
Sponsored Post With internet fraud costing US consumers over $560 million per year, it’s no surprise that most of the biggest web properties are investing considerable resources in protecting their users.
Over the last few years, cloud-based services like Google Drive and Evernote have changed the way people create and collaborate on documents. But it’s doubtful a major government agency, health care vendor, or financial institution would endorse those products as secure.
National Security Agency employees are bummed out.
“The move is aimed at accelerating the Internet of Everything, which will transform homes and businesses with a wide range of everyday devices, objects and machines that are always connected and communicating.”
NASA’s Mars Curiosity has found a 3.7 billion year old lake that could be a clue to whether Mars could have truly supported life.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is apparently watching popular simple image sharing startup Imgur closely, and she may even be trying to acquire it, according to a Business Insider post that cites an anonymous source.
Illinois state Sen. Ira Silverstein has introduced legislation that would ban people from wearing Google Glass while driving.
Only 14 states in the U.S. currently permit tough computer science courses to count toward graduation requirements for math and science. Meanwhile, some surveys say that 570,000 jobs are going unfilled in computing — and that the demand for software engineers is four times higher than the national average.
The game taps crowdsourcing to get more people to help in testing software.
IT HAS WORKED! YOU’VE GIVEN EVERYTHING AWAY! I KNOW WHERE THE POISON IS! … Never go against a Sicilian when death is on the line.
Flipboard has confirmed with VentureBeat that it is indeed raising another $50 million as the second half of its third round of funding, which it plans to file tomorrow.
That’s a big bet on a nascent market.
Investments in big data are coming hard and fast this year in comparison with the last five years, according to a new infographic from the website Big Data Startups.
Facebook’s news feed and other elements could be in for improvements by way of artificial intelligence. The company is expanding its team and collaborating with New York University.
Former New Yorker Ben Wiener is launching one of the first micro-funds in Jerusalem, so new ideas can flourish in one of the world’s oldest cities.
What did we talk about most on the world’s largest social network this year?
“The app was designed fresh from the ground up to take advantage of the iPhone while still preserving all the design tenets from our web app,” said Codecademy co-founder Zach Sims.
Guest Post Don’t do it just to squeeze your workers more.
Google today took the wraps off +Post ads, a new ad format that lets brands take content from their public Google+ pages and run them on any site using Google’s ad network.
Guest Post Publishers, faced with declining CPMs and anemic mobile advertising, are still struggling to find the right monetization model for free content.
A new startup called HealthLoop offers analytics and peer-reviewed plans for doctors to stay connected with their patients.
Mobile payments startup Square has rolled out a new version of its credit card reader today, which offers some notable improvements over the previous model.
Facebook names hidden object game Criminal Case as the year’s best.
Sponsored Post Prairie Cloudware has recently completed a $1.65 million capital raise. The company is an Omaha-based early stage startup focused on building solutions that allow bank and credit union customers to make mobile payments in a safe and…
Cut the Rope 2 is coming soon, but most of Zeptolab’s people are working on brand new games.
Spycraft ain’t like it used to be.
Practice Fusion, a health care technology startup, has closed another $15 million in funding, the company announced today.
ObserveIT lets you know who did what, when. The startup compares its software to security cameras, watching everyone who accesses your servers.