Wrapp's big bet on social network-powered gift cards is paying off.
SGN continues to grow in the social space while giants like Zynga close offices. What's its secret?
While we've been hearing quite a bit about Apple's plans for a cheaper iPhone over the past few months, the company's plans to go bigger have been more cloudy.
Cloud phone systems biz RingCentral has named former WebEx bigshot David Berman as its new president. Berman will likely help the company look at opportunities like being acquired or going public.
There wasn't a huge number of deals today, but the ones that there were, were big.
Two years ago, Apple debuted iAd with the goals of transforming how ads look, work, and sell, charging massive seven-figure sums for allowing brands the privilege of ushering in a brave new world of mobile advertising and capturing almost half of the mobile ad market. Predictably, iAd iFlopped.
All the unnecessary trouble and bother over this silly little NSA unconstitutionally spying on Americans thing would be gone and forgotten in a moment, if only -- silly us -- we knew how to count.
Google is helping a little leaguer throw out the first pitch in a major league game today, even though he has a life-threatening blood disease, by using a telerobotic pitching machine -- and Google Fiber.
Steve Jobs was very upfront about the fact that good artists copy, and great artists steal. According to former Palm CEO -- and Apple SVP -- Jon Rubinstein, the company Steve started is still a great artist.
A new study by by cloud optimization company Newvem checked 61,545 Amazon Web Services instances which total a yearly spend of over $157 million. The good news is that cloud users are getting much more savvy about security, utilization, and optimization.
But there's still room to improve -- a lot of room.
VentureHealth has launched its online equity crowdfunding platform for life sciences companies. It provides accredited investors with opportunities to invest in innovative medical technology that ultimately saves lives and improves patient care.
We're looking for the next generation of thinkers who blend mobile and machine to demo their gadgets on the floor at MobileBeat 2013.
Yahoo wants to free up inactive user IDs for those that want them -- so you'd better log in before you loose yours.
We learn in school about market segmentation, and hear everywhere about demographic and geographic targeting, but often that criteria isn't totally relevant, or worse yet, it is wrong.
TechStars New York has fired managing director Eugene Chung just weeks before its next DemoDay.
Dataminr has closed $30 million for its real-time analytics service that gives financial clients alerts about relevant breaking news before news outlets even find out.
After it prereleased at the Sundance Film festival to ho-hum reviews, Open Road Films delayed the launch ostensibly to do a better job of marketing the film -- but possibly also to tighten up the editing and make some adjustments prior to national release.
While Google and Waze prepare to come together, Consumer Watchdog is urging the FTC and DOJ to stop the sale lest the two create a maps monopoly.
VentureBeat has asked around to find out which ad companies offer the most compelling mobile products today and beyond.
With 425,000 beta users on board, social password manager PasswordBox is going live. And it's offering free-for-life memberships to the first million users who sign up.