Streaming video service Vimeo is building out its on-demand video distribution platform even more with new pricing options and a handful of new tools for content creators to make money, the company announced yesterday.
A standalone app due out September 26 for iOS and Android devices cuts the strings on your Just Dance experience.
The Apple Store is currently down and displaying multilingual “We’ll be back” messages. And no, Apple is not channeling Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Tomorrow is Apple’s biggest opportunity since June to address the world. But it’s much bigger than that, really … it’s Apple’s biggest opportunity since October of last year to impress the pundits, analysts, press — and most importantly buyers — with its vision for the future.
That vision — and the man who crafts it — has been very much in question lately.
Yahoo is the latest big media company to start focusing on a second-screen video viewing experience with the release of its new Yahoo Screen mobile app today.
SAN FRANCISCO — This morning, Google+ is bringing two important features to its platform: attribution and post embedding.
Editor’s Pick Microsoft makes Xbox Music more accessible and easier to use for music fans.
Guest Post If FeedBurner goes the way of Reader, who will step up as the equivalent of Feedly and reap the windfall? Alternatives such as FeedBlitz, FeedCat, Feedity, and FeedPress are waiting in the wings.
In addition to sorting shows by ranking, you can also sort them by sheer popularity (based on the number of votes/ratings a show has gotten from users) and freshness (i.e., release dates).
With the new money and youthful vigor of the tech community, the opera company of today is too big and too bold to fail.
Guest Post Can Jeff Bezos transfer his Midas touch from Amazon to usher in a “Golden Era” for the newspaper industry? In a word: yes.
Spotify may already have the biggest on-demand music service, but it’s looking for new ways to expand.
After being found guilty of e-book price fixing in July, a U.S. District Court judge has finally laid out Apple’s punishment.
KAWO helps brands repurpose and automate their existing social media content onto popular Chinese social channels, giving them access to China’s 591 million Internet users.
Here are six of the unsung heroes of cloud-based video that are making a name in the world of online media.
Typically, the week before Apple’s big tech media circus event every September is where we start hearing intensified speculation for what will be announced. This year is no different — with a new rumor unearthed today that Apple will launch a new version of its Apple TV set-top box.
Sponsored Post For new companies in the digital media space, this conference is essential to get discovered and to hear from leaders experienced with new strategies for monetization.
While second-screen TV app Vidora already impressed us with its ability to aggregate and push video content to your television screen (via Apple TV), its rolling out some new features this week that should help its content partners make more money.
Jawbone doesn’t do simple upgrades.
This is yet another move by Amazon to show its committment to becoming a powerhouse in digital media sales.
We were blown away by the quality of the 200 plus cloud startup applicants to the CloudBeat 2013 Innovation Showdown, one of the highlights of our third annual cloud adoption event (September 9-10 in San Francisco).
Jeff Bezos offers up some interesting insight on the “new golden era” of the Washington Post.
Vimeo is very serious about being a major distribution channel for independent small production films — so much so that it’s offering film makers presenting a movie in the Toronto International Film Festival $10,000 to debut their work on the site before anywhere else.
The Xbox 360 and Xbox One have new ways for you to dig into your fantasy football teams, pro football, and other sports.
Streaming music service Spotify is unveiling a new feature today that should make it easier for its users to listen to music while relaxing at home.
Though it’s a bold move for Vevo, it’s not unexpected considering the ongoing battle between YouTube and German copyright society GEMA, which began in 2009.
After making a big jump into e-books a few years ago, Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten is once again following in Amazon’s footsteps.
Facebook edged one step closer to providing music with a neat little update to its app on Android, which offers the ability to control your music right within your app.
ICS Mobile plans to formalize app discovery via celebrities.
Twitter announced this morning that its new Lead Generation cards, which had been in limited beta since May, are now available for all advertisers on Twitter — including small self-serve advertisers.
Microsoft-owned video calling service Skype has just turned 10 years old. Naturally, the company is already looking ahead to what’s next.
After 30 films, Boll’s next masterpiece will be Postal 2, and he wants the money for “cocaine for the stars down the nose.”
Google Hangouts is already a good option for casual connections or business meetings, but now the service is getting an upgrade to 720p HD video.
Editor’s Pick In matters of digital distribution, Kevin Spacey is a lot smarter than most.
Vidyo already provides the software that powers Google Hangouts on Google+.
Autodesk is cutting the cost of developing 3D animated models for games dramatically by launching a light version of its Maya 3D tool for indie and mobile game developers. It now costs just $50 a month to rent it.
Time Warner Cable is now available to millions of Xbox Live members.
Martini Media is a digital advertising company that works with luxury brands to the small percentage of consumers who spend the most — the wealthy.
Twitter revenue president Adam Bain announced an hour ago that former Ticketmaster CEO Nathan Hubbarb will be joining Twitter as head of revenue. Judging by his tweets, the new Twitter executive will be a natural.
Parse.ly, a provider of a real-time analytics service for content publishers, gained a little extra firepower by way of a $5 million series A investment led by Grotech Ventures.