Contactually, a startup that helps people stay in touch with their professional contacts, released version 2.0 today as well as an iOS app.
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Applications opened today for the BitTorrent Acceleration Program as part of its "ongoing quest" to find new and innovative ways to apply the BitTorrent protocol.
SkyKick publicly launched the SkyKick Application Suite today and announced that it has raised $3.7 million to migrate small and medium-sized businesses to Office 365.
Yelp and Locu announced a partnership that will bring restaurant menus to Yelp in real-time, along with price lists and business information.
Zooz has raised $2 million to build out its online checkout solutions, which take a consumer-driven approach to powering payments.
The Atom is a bicycle accessory that charges USB-powered devices using energy generated by the cyclist. This little 300 gram gadget mounts onto your bike and captures your kinetic energy while you cruise around town.
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management conducted a survey of high net worth investors and found that fewer than 23% of respondents plan to invest in startups in the near future.
Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), a North African affiliate, opened up to the media earlier this month by holding a question-and-answer session on Twitter.
Skimlinks has raised a round of growth financing from Greycroft Partners for its suite of solutions that automatically turn digital content into affiliate links.
User data has fueled the growth of apps in the mobile economy.
Instead of buying digital goods, we are increasingly exchanging them for our personal information, such as our names, email addresses, browsing preferences, location and much more. There is …
The Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and Women in Games International (WIGI) have joined forces to create a video game developer badge.
A report in the Des Moines Register cited "legislative sources" in confirming that Facebook intends to erect a 1.4 million square foot facility that could cost up to $1.5 billion in Altoona, Iowa.
Amazon is giving you the power to decide what TV shows are made. The company has posted pilots for six kids shows and eight sitcoms, prompting the audience to choose which should become full-fledged original series on Amazon Instant Prime Video.
CircleUp is a crowdfunding platform for up-and-coming consumer product businesses. In the year since its launch, CircleUp has helped 12 companies raise more than $10 million.
"The world's leading mobile football community', The Football App has raised $13 million to capitalize on fans love of the game. Otherwise known as soccer.
Reports issued by PricewaterhouseCooper, the NVCA, and Pitchbook find that 2013 is off to a slow start for venture capital, although software continues to reign in the dollars.
Editor's Pick Y Combinator-backed Verbling is a platform that connects people online to practice speaking foreign languages together. Today, the startup introduced Verbling Courses, a new product that seeks to make students proficient as quickly as possible.
Funding Daily will test the limits of your brain power today, so unless you have a deep understanding of 'flow processing,' make sure you bolster up with cognitive function enhancing foods.
Kaazing has raised $15 million to enable the "living web," which it describes as the "dynamic, interactive online world populated by applications that are always on, always connected, and always real time."
Storify opened the book on Storify Business today, a premium service that gives users access to advanced features built for large media organizations and professional journalists.