Google Play is doing pretty darn well, according to an update at today's Google I/O developer conference today.
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Travel news startup Skift has closed a new $1.1 million round of seed funding, the company announced today.
The latest city that incubator program TechStars will expand into is bustling tech city Austin, Texas, the organization announced today.
It's been years since community news sharing site Reddit has made a major change to how things appear on its coveted front page of popular content, but today the company announced a new feature called multireddits that could do just that.
While Star Trek Into Darkness is still a few days away from premiering in theaters, Microsoft's Bing team is teaming up with Paramount to celebrate a little early with a brand-new feature.
Aereo has announced that Atlanta, Ga. will be the next market to receive its streaming TV service, with a roll out scheduled for next month.
Incubator program 500 Startups is debuting its sixth batch of companies today, which feature quite a few that come from not just outside silicon valley, but also the country.
France isn't exactly known as being the friendliest country for big businesses, especially when it comes to tech companies. Here's another potential example of why.
After waiting a good year, Arrested Development fans can finally see the first glimpse of the forthcoming new season.
Guest Post The age of the customer has rightfully put the spotlight on the buyer experience—and ultimately the arrival of the chief customer officer. But here's why you don't need one for your company.
Hardware gaming accessory company Mad Genius has created a new prototype game controller that looks very similar to the DualShock 3 controller concept Sony showed off years ago.
Can you dance to algorithms? Apparently you can.
Here's some news that will sadden the few hundred tech-savvy people still using feature phones to grab information from the web.
The latest company rumored to be interested in buying streaming video service Hulu is Yahoo.
Guest Post Here's a good rundown of the key lessons taken from this year's Growth Hacker Conference, an event featuring notable growth hackers from the world's most successful tech companies.
Guest Post The Bay area gets a bad rap when it comes to names. No, I’m not talking about your friends’ babies, Namaste and Venture. I’m talking about brand names — especially the names of startups.
Well it's official: YouTube is rolling out a new program that allows some of its premium channel partners to charge consumers a monthly subscription fee to gain access to its content.
Flipboard users on the web and on Android devices no longer have to endure the tyranny of reading a digital magazine that was assembled by someone other than them.
Over the last few months Slacker Radio has made some big moves to step outside the shadow of rival smart radio service Pandora -- and it's doing so with some help from Pandora itself, according to Slacker Radio CEO Jim Cady.
With Microsoft's chief financial officer Peter Klein announcing that he would step down from the position during the Q3 2012 earnings, the company announced today that corporate vice president Amy Hood will take over the role effective immediately.