The popular video discovery app ShowYou is stepping into new territory today.
You've probably never heard of WPP, but the communication giant's various brands drive $70 billion in media spend and took in $16.5 billion in revenue last year.
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Jason Citron's game studio Hammer & Chisel shows off its multiplayer online battle arena game Fates Forever.
Brand Networks has raised $68 million in its first round of funding.The company works with big brands to help them achieve their social media marketing goals. .
Slice, the shopping app company that helps you better manage your purchases, today launched its second product: Bookshelf -- a web-based social book network that helps you discover and share books with friends.
Box plans to split revenues with the developers that use its cloud platform, which it claims will improve "enterprise monetization in a consumer app world."
Cozy revealed its platform today that seeks to fix this painful process and promote a more constructive relationship between landlords and their tenants. The company also announced raising $1.5 million from the Social+ Capital Partnership, Google Ventures, and big-name angel investors.
Telecom company AT&T is the latest in a growing list of companies that are said to be interested in making an offer to by streaming TV service Hulu.
Disney Infinity will have a bunch of playsets available when it launches in August.
Knewton has partnered with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and aims to bring digitally-enhanced learning tools to five million schoolchildren by the end of the year.
What started out as a simple cross-platform video chat application has grown into a messaging giant with more than 120 million users. So where does it go from here?
Panzura, the cloud storage company, has closed a $25 million funding round. The San Jose Calif.-based company provides faster web-based services for its corporate customers than the alternative: storage devices attached to locally-hosted servers.
The founders of Ngmoco have moved on to create the interest-based network that gives you what you want on a topic.
Plarium snared 30 million players for its Total Domination hardcore strategy game. Now it is expanding into mobile.
Sometimes it pays, in wars between giants, to align with one side.
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3D printing companies may be looking to acquire MakerBot, but it's unlikely the company will sell.
Social Power debuted today to give consumers a louder voice. This "interactive resolution platform" is intended to address the everyday issues of consumers.
In addition to booking appointments, Beauteeze is designed to be a useful marketing tool for the salons, and it integrates with existing scheduling and customer relationship management (CRM) software.