Shaun King founded HopeMob to crowdfund for people in need. Today, he launched Upfront to connect influencers with their audience, and raise money for good on the side.
If you're still going after that Mad Men look, 3D body scanning may be just what you need.
Guest Post The founder of Allegis Capital outlines the steps entrepreneurs should take to make board members real partners in the company and get the most out of the relationship.
Adsolut launched today as the "admeld for Africa." It is an ad network and management platform that helps web publishers more effectively sell and manage their ads online in sub-Saharan Africa.
Curious opened the digital doors on its marketplace for lifelong learning today to connect teachers and students interested in continuing education.
Enigma.io launched out of beta today to be "Google for public data," with strategic investment from the New York Times.
"Despite the Bush years of let's go play in another war, there's a very tight, close alliance between Canada and the USA," says Rick Segal, CEO of Canadian startup Fixmo.
Share Practice launched a collaborative clinical reference tool where doctors can contribute their expertise, collaborate on treatments, and improve their practice.
If YouTube is for video, Pinterest is for images, Twitter is for news, and Tumblr is for blogs, Wattpad is for stories.
New York VC Fred Wilson shared his thoughts today on what makes good founders and what you shouldn't do in a pitch meeting.
Track180 launched its iPad app today to provide an easier way for people to consume information about global issues and current events.
Best known, perhaps, for being the headquarters of BlackBerry, Waterloo is a small suburb of Toronto with a population of 98,000 in which 500 startups were born in 2012.
You can't access Facebook in China. Twitter is unheard of. And Google … well, Google has left China, and China isn't exactly writing a Taylor Swift ex-boyfriend song about the world's largest search engine.
All-star investor Fred Wilson has weighed in on the ongoing saga of location-based service Foursquare and whether the company is in trouble. He says the company is fine.
If you want to highlight a product, build a landing page. If you're an internet marketing guru, make a squeeze page. But if you want to start on online movement -- and maybe sell a few books, speaking events, or other products along the way, create a smart site.
The Ontario ministry of economic development has invited VentureBeat to check out the center of the universe, AKA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. And I'm the lucky guinea pig.
Guest Post When I co-founded InMobi in 2007, we took a novel “east-to-west” approach to our growth, starting in India before moving into other developing markets, then finally into more traditional “Western” markets as well.
Women install 40 percent more apps than men, buy 17 percent more paid apps, and pay an astonishing 87 percent more for those apps. In other words, if you want to make money selling apps, you better appeal to women.