Now you can relive your childhood home movies on your iPhone with YesVideo’s new app.
Friday’s funding was fulled with some really important industries that are truly being transformed by tech: health care and education.
Is your Google Glass not fitting well over your regular glasses? The digital eye wear may one day come with prescription lenses.
GetYourGuide launched iOS and Android apps today so travelers can find and book interesting things to do while on-the-go. The Zurich-based startup claims to be the largest online platform for tours and leisure activities in the world.
A thread on Hacker News has erupted, with developers claiming that the whole thing was a sham.
Sponsored Post Ford’s commitment to connected cars goes back decades, and it’s now bearing fruit with the Ford Developer Program, which John Ellis, who heads the program, calls “the first ever auto developer program in the world.”
Amazon is now offering customers its Amazon Prime membership as a gift for friends, family, and other acquaintances, the company announced today.
Hucksley features a curated array of products from emerging brands. Each item is offered at a discounted price for a limited amount of time, flash-sale style, and twenty-five percent of every purchase you make goes to a participating charity.
Facebook started in colleges. Japanese live video startup TwitCasting said yesterday that it owns 50 percent of the college market in Japan — and it’s coming here.
Time Warner Cable really isn’t doing so hot, as evidenced by its latest earnings report. Not only is the company losing a massive number of TV service subscriptions, but it’s also losing broadband Internet service customers too. Oh, and did I mention TWC kind of sucks in general?
Did you think the Bitcoin story couldn’t get any crazier? Well now the digital currency can get you to space.
Following a recent merger, and ahead of a potential IPO, online food delivery service GrubHub Seamless is looking to consolidate its U.S. operations.
Sponsored Post We caught up with Leigh Williamson, a distinguished engineer at IBM, to find out what Big Blue has been up to in the mobile app space — and how it’s working even closer than ever with developers.
Sponsored Post Developers do have a number of tools to overcome user-retention challenges — including one that’s likely already inside their app.
Sponsored Post Horizon Discovery (Horizon) has won “Licensing Deal of the Year” at the Scrip Awards 2013, for their agreement with AstraZeneca to explore Horizon’s first-in-class kinase target program HD-001 as a means of developing novel therapies…
Online petitions platform Change.org reached a huge milestone today, when its 50 millionth user registered on the site.
Google is building a Chrome-based development environment, code-named Spark. The IDE would function as a Chrome app on a Chromebook and would enable developers to build apps for Chrome faster and easier than they can currently.
Angel investors invest approximately $20 billion into 60,000 companies a year, but a survey by Worthworm shows that 46% regretted making an investment in 2013.
Intel is becoming a new kind of company, but it isn’t going to toss out its old business.
Multichannel, which manages and tracks marketing efforts across (shocker) multiple channels, just raised a $3 million seed round from angel investors in Europe and Asia to bolster its engineering efforts.
People crying, talking animals, feats of daring, poop jokes. It’s all here, folks.
Weather Underground is an app from The Weather Channel to, well, tell you what it’s like outside.
Tor, the top privacy tool for online activists and miscreants alike, is about to jump into the mainstream.
In October, Apple owned the six of the highest-revenue apps in the iOS app store, for apps by the world’s top 100 brands. And corporate friend-of-the-family Disney owned the next four, rounding out the top 10, as Distimo’s apps and brands mobile report shows:
Sponsored Post What the Eiffel Tower has meant to Paris, SkyRise Miami will represent for Miami.
Making a sustainable business in the Web 3.0 era means incorporating feedback loops into the basic design of every product and service.
92 of the world’s top 100 brands have at least one app on Apple’s app store. 75 have at least one app on Google Play. But only 26 have an app in Amazon’s upstart app store.
Fluential claims to have devoted more than 85 “man years” of research to besting Siri. Today the company announced the close of $8 million in angel funding led by billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong.
Facebook promises that you can control who sees your friends list. But that might not always be true.
The explosion of internet connectivity is requiring more servers to serve the web to new devices.
High-end site builder Zurb is launching the fifth iteration of its popular Foundation framework for front-end web developers today. Foundation 5 is faster to learn, faster to code, and faster to run, ”chief instigator” Bryan Zmijewski told VentureBeat.
50 million Americans are meal insecure and one in five kids faces hunger. Mogl’s restaurant loyalty program lets you earn cash to donate to food banks, compete with your friends, and track hunger in your city.
Intel will launch two major Atom processors by 2015.
Sponsored Post Software was once in a single language, running on a single machine, and pulling data from a single database. But the new stack can be a collect of cloud-based solutions.
Desti, a travel app born out of the same research institute that gave birth to Siri, is bringing its search smarts to your next roadtrip.
OpenFeint founder Jason Citron raises money for his Fates Forever multiplayer online battle arena game
Sponsored Post 5BARz International Inc., a leader in the cellular network extender technology industry, announced today that Dr. Gil Amelio has been elected Chair of its Board of Directors.
Guest Post It was a wake up call when Amazon did it with books, disappointing when Google did it with Google Maps, annoying when Apple did it to their office applications – but Tesla just did it on a $100,000 car.
Your dusty old HP printer could be the key to unlocking the next generation of OLED displays.
The Stir Kinetic is like no desk you’ve ever seen before. It’s a $3,980 work surface that moves, senses your presence, learns your habits, comes equipped with a touchscreen controller, and even breathes, sort of.