Kaazing has raised $15 million to enable the "living web," which it describes as the "dynamic, interactive online world populated by applications that are always on, always connected, and always real time."
Last June, Amazon announced that S3 had hit one trillion objects stored. That was a big milestone at the time. And now it has doubled that amount in less than a year.
During the mobile platforms session at Demo Mobile, 5 startups pitched their technology to "build your mobile business on."
The cloud-streaming game company offers new options to its customers.
Chip maker Intel has agreed to purchase API management startup Mashery. The startup's CEO says it's a perfect pairing.
Launching today, Tylr Mobile is a San Francisco-based startup that aims to improve how we work on a smartphone or tablet.
Intel favors networking that separates hardware from the software.
Space Monkey is a young startup that wants to put a “mini data center” in your home that costs you $10 a month and gives you a massive 1TB of backup storage.
Benioff led the seed and first round of financing in Brandcast, a startup that helps brands maintain a web presence.
Booker, the cloud-based service management startup formerly known as GramercyOne, has closed a $27.5 million funding round.
Intel chief executive Paul Otellini said in a conference call that the outlook for the second half is good, but he's muted on cellphone chips.
Both earnings and revenues came in slightly below expectations.
Canonical and VMware announced today a partnership that will enable customers to run efficient OpenStack clouds using the two sets of technologies.
Lively has created an "activity-sharing platform" that seeks to tighten the connection between senior citizens and their loved ones. Today, the company opened up a Kickstarter campaign to support its product line and generate ore-orders before general availability this summer.
Microsoft announced that it is opening up Windows Azure Infrastructure Services to general availability today -- and is offering it cheaper than before.
Last year, 44 million Americans bought at least one song or album from iTunes. This month, the digital music store that changed the way we buy music will celebrate its 10th birthday.
Picturelife is the latest project by Charles Forman, who sold his last startup, OMGPOP, to Zynga for $180 million last year. It is a service that protects your pictures by backing up and organizing all your photos and videos in the cloud.
If you’ve spent any time working with a lawyer lately, you know how difficult it is to track the hours he or she is billing you.
We invited four enterprise CEO's for an interview at the VentureBeat office. The catch? They had to explain their tricky tech to a panel of kids.
An Apple entry into the streaming music market is kind of a big deal. Now it looks to be one step closer to reality.