MobileBeat 2013 will be the occasion for Sohn to share some of the Korean giant's visions on the role of smartphones over the next five and 10 years.
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VentureBeat has asked around to find out which ad companies offer the most compelling mobile products today and beyond.
Better Place, the electric car company that hoped to change the world with its ambitious battery-swapping stations, said today it is shutting down. The closure brings to an end the most audacious "clean tech" company ever attempted.
Popular sitcom Arrested Development's fourth season started streaming this morning at 3 a.m. Eastern, and is expected to become one of Netflix's most-watched original series ever.
Editor's Pick a number of enterprising startups that sell big data analysis tools to large companies are seeing explosive revenue growth -- the latest sign the big data gold rush is fully on.
2013 is the year where most everyone you know not only owns a smartphone, but actually starts using it to a fuller extent.
Guest Post The president’s recent budget proposal includes $282 million for advanced biofuel technology research. This is quite encouraging given the rather public pull-back in continued biofuels investment from the investment community.
If you’ve spent any time working with a lawyer lately, you know how difficult it is to track the hours he or she is billing you.
User reviews of Facebook Home, the social network’s new home screen feature for Android phones, are coming in pretty weak.
A day after Facebook released the software on Google Play, the app has garnered 2,219 reviews, with an average rating …
DataBeat 2103 digs deep into the promise and potential of data. We're determined to cut through the hype around the term "big data" to discuss the real ways in which smart use of data is driving change.
Imagine this: You’re a founder of a Silicon Valley enterprise software company. It’s only 15 years old, but it’s already worth $3.5 billion. You’ve never lost money, and you’ve left your initial competition in the dust.
The companies you’re now …
An article by Steve Brill in Time magazine has provoked debate about whether some patients — specifically the uninsured — are getting overcharged by hospitals.
This comes at a good time, because the nation is in the middle of making …
We're on a role with HealthBeat 2013. Check out our newly confirmed speakers.
Technology advancement is disrupting the $3 trillion health care market, and VentureBeat's upcoming HealthBeat event will showcase the most interesting health care IT startups and companies that are driving this change.
CareCloud, a company that offers a cloud-based electronic health record company, says it tripled its growth last year -- helped by the U.S. government mandate that doctors be fully transiitoned to electronic records by 2014. It's the latest example of the tech revolution hitting health care....
Editor's Pick Box CEO and co-founder Aaron Levie talks about his company's IPO plans, its competitive standing versus Dropbox, and several upcoming new features.
This is the first event to have a singular focus on how information technology (IT) is driving out inefficiencies in health care.
This roles is responsible for developing event agendas, recruiting speakers, and working closely with the rest of the VentureBeat event logistics, marketing, and business teams.
VentureBeat's annual Mobile Summit is back for a third year, and it's shaping up to be our biggest one yet.
Magnify, a New York start-up, is betting online publishers will want to help viewers find the “best” videos, and it has built a platform to let them do that.