This could be useful for a lot of people in situations far beyond movies and scripts.
Apple has reached a deal with major music label Sony for its long-rumored streaming music service nicknamed iRadio.
If a tweet falls in the forest, does anybody hear it? With 555 million Twitter users and 58 million tweets on an average day, good luck.
Enter tweet optimization.
Vidora's Airplay integration is how I'd imagine what the Apple TV's UX would be like if Apple wasn't scared of cannibalizing iTunes video sales, and started sorting video content based on making it easier for users to find things. (Sort of like what would happen in a bizarro world where Woz was calling all the shots at Apple.)
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.
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.
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?
In its first attempt to evolve the medium of comic books on tablets and smartphones, DC Entertainment has unveiled two new digital comic formats that require more than just passively flipping pages to finish a story.
The founders of Ngmoco have moved on to create the interest-based network that gives you what you want on a topic.
For anyone who is interested in this e-reader, a word to the wise: Snap it up quick. There's no telling when Amazon will cancel it again.
Search is the gold standard in the internet marketing world. Nothing beats customers finding you via organic search, arriving at your website straight from Google, ready and willing to make a purchase.
Perhaps almost nothing.
Twitch is now the broadcast partner for some of the biggest gaming and comic-book conventions in the world.
Editor's Pick It may seem silly for an audio-only radio service to worry about its presence on devices primarily used for video, but there are a few reasons why Pandora is interested.
Turkish protestors have raised $86,000 on Indiegogo to place a full-page in the New York Times raising awareness about the current political situation in Turkey. It is one of Indiegogo's fastest political campaigns ever.
Video production platform Wochit has raised $4.75 million and hired media veteran Keith McAllister to make creating and publishing high-quality videos as efficient as possible.
Amazon has once again picked up the leftovers from Netflix by adding a ton of Viacom TV show series to its Amazon Prime instant video service, the company announced today.
It's becoming more and more evident to the mobile ecosystem at large that the big money is coming from established brands looking to connect, engage, and sell like never before.
Vudu, the digital Ultraviolet movie retail and rental store service owned by Walmart, is releasing a full version of its disc-to-digital software today, which is now available on Macs.
Editor's Pick How will Apple combat the mountain of evidence the Department of Justice has against it?