Microsoft is apparently working on two new Office-branded applications that expands the perimeters of what you’d expect from a business-focused software suite.
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The streaming media service being developed by chip-maker Intel is getting pushed back to at least 2014, according to a Variety report that cites anonymous industry sources familiar with the matter.
Hey, what’s that up in the vividly detailed sky displayed on your enormous HDTV’s screen? Look! It’s an incredibly crisp-looking bird … it’s a vibrantly colorful plane … no, it’s Netflix’s Super HD video streaming!
Editor’s Pick Imgur now firmly takes its place as one of the top 30 most trafficked websites in the U.S. alongside IMDb, Apple.com, Yelp, Netflix, and AOL.
LoveLive, a startup that helps artists and record labels manage their music licenses, has secured a £1.7 million (or about $2.7 million) round of funding, the company announced today.
Amazon released a new version of its Cloud Player application for desktop PCs today that adds some new features and in-app purchasing of music.
The number of songs you’re legally allowed to mix into the personal videos you upload to YouTube is understandably low when it comes to well-known songs.
Accounting software company Intuit is adding support for popular mobile payment service Square to its QuickBooks app, the company announced today.
YouTube is launching new commenting platform today that’s uses Google’s social network, Google+.
“TV anywhere” service Aereo is adding another four big cities to its rapid expansion plans, the company announced today.
Apple has resumed sending out updates for its Apple TV software after pulling it over the weekend due to problems experienced by some users.
Shutterstock is rolling out a high-end version of its stock photography service that focuses on more artistic images, the company announced today.
Unless you’re all caught up on new episodes of AMC hit TV series Breaking Bad, checking your Twitter feed early Monday morning is a bad idea.
AngelList, a social network of sorts for startups and founders, has raised a new $24 million round of funding.
The company has been developing a slew of new ad products to make itself look very attractive to TV stations.
Streaming video service Dailymotion launched a new tool this week that gives web publishers a way to start making money when they embed videos into their site.
Social engagement service Gigya closed a new $25 million round of funding, the startup announced today.
Try as they might, entrepreneurs haven’t yet managed to figure out an ultra successful method for discovering, listening to, and sharing music — and it’s not for lack of effort.
Magisto, an automatic video editing service, just reached a record 10 million users, up from 3 million just six months ago, the startup revealed to VentureBeat.
Consider this your PSA: You can download iOS 7 now.
Apple has finally rolled out a much anticipated update to its iTunes digital media app today.
Hulu signed a new licensing agreement with the BBC today that will bring a plethora of TV programs to its content library.
Not to be pushed out of the spotlight by iTunes Radio’s debut, Slacker Radio rolls out its own updated iOS app.
Continuing its streak of big announcements, Pandora is rolling out a revamped iPad app today that’s quite an improvement over the previous version.
Nirvanix, a cloud-based storage service for enterprise-level customers, reportedly told customers that it would be shutting down effective Sept. 30, according to Information Age.
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VoIP and video conferencing startup FuzeBox has raised a $26 million round of funding, the company announced today.
Amazon has finally updated its Prime Instant Video app for iOS today with support for Apple TV’s Airplay feature.
Streaming music service company Pandora Media is selling 10 million shares of common stock, which could net it about $230.8 million at $23.99 per share, according to an SEC filing released today.
Flash storage company Violin Memory revised the terms of its initial public offering today, increasing the amount of money it hopes to raise when the company starts trading.
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Editorially curated content startup Upworthy has secured a new $8 million round of funding to help grow its service, the company announced today.
Microsoft recently yanked a series of commercials that pretty much ridicule rival smartphone maker Apple. (If you haven’t seen any of them yet, I’d highly recommend checking out the embedded video below if you feel like a good laugh.)
Sony is set to debut a brand new streaming media device tomorrow that should have most of the same features available on Google’s new Chromecast streaming stick.
The social bed and breakfast startup Airbnb has just released its first attempt at television advertising, which pretty much looks nothing like the average 30-second annoying commercials you’re typically used to.
Kim Dotcom, the founder of now defunct cloud storage/streaming service Megaupload, announced today that he’s suing the New Zealand government for illegally spying on him and raiding his home in 2012.
Crowdfunding campaigns have never been PayPal’s strong suit, but today the company said it wants to change that.
After months of debate, Dell’s shareholders have finally agreed to a buyout offer today that would see the company go private.
Online media production company Maker Studios has just secured another $26 million in funding, the company announced today.