In the three months since Google announced it was shutting down Reader, Feedly has tripled its userbase from four million to 12 million. In other words, Google killing its RSS platform has been a truly wonderful thing for Feedly.
The next stop for Netflix's monthly subscription of unlimited streaming video service will be the Netherlands, the company announced today.
Apple's set-top box Apple TV is getting a handful of popular streaming video service apps that nearly everyone should be happy about.
L.A. Unified will initially roll out the program to 47 campuses in a deal worth $30 million. However, the massive district has 640,000 students at 1,087 schools over LA's 720 square miles, and by choosing Apple as the sold vendor, the school board has committed to spend "hundreds of millions of dollars" with Apple over the next few year
Editor's Pick Google's enhanced ad campaigns are certainly enhancing one thing: Google revenue. After seven straight quarters of decreasing prices for clicks, Google ad prices rose 6 percent over the last three months -- and are expected to jump another 5-10 percent in the next quarter.
As part of its official launch, Cumulus Networks also revealed that it's raised $15 million in funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Battery Ventures, Peter Wagner, and four of the original VMware founders.
After pivoting away from flash sales and toward its own products, New York City-based Fab has just raised a huge amount of funding to help drive its transformation and support its fast-growing audience.
Seemingly out of nowhere, graphics chip maker Nvidia has announced one of the biggest changes to its business in some time.
FindTheBest launches sister site FindTheCompany to help consumers make more informed business decisions based off detailed, objective data.
Dish Network said today that it would not make a new offer to buy Sprint Nextel, in time for the Tuesday deadline. Instead, Dish will focus on its attentions on wireless provider Clearwire. This is the latest event in the never-ending Sprint-Dish-Clearwire-SoftBank saga that is more dramatic than a soap opera.
Facebook announced today that the company now has one million active advertisers -- companies or organizations that have advertised on the social network at least once in the last 28 days.
Adobe hit analyst expectations by bringing in $1.01 billion in revenue, sending its stock upward over 4 percent.
Recently soft-launched Foundersuite offers entrepreneurs a set of tools and templates to lessen the burden of starting a company.
Google is taking a stand against FISA gag orders with a pretty simple but powerful appeal: free speech.
"File system as a service" startup Filepicker.io has rebranded as Ink and announced the close of its $1.8 million seed round from Andreessen Horowitz and Highland Capital Partners.
GE just announced a new "big-data" and analytics platform it calls “Predictivity," and it has some big partners on board to give it reach.
Chomsky makes at least one pretty significant mistake, however. He said that Google Glass has a camera and a recorder, "which means that everything that's going on around you goes up on the Internet."
CareCloud offers cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) software that helps doctors improve patient care, increase collections, and streamline operations. It's the latest big deal in a "record year" for digital health.