Foursquare is taking its users back in time with help from the New York Public Library.
After pivoting away from flash sales and toward its own products, New York City-based Fab has just raised a huge amount of funding to help drive its transformation and support its fast-growing audience.
FiftyThree is the company behind Paper, an iPad app that Apple named 2012 iPad App of the Year. It has raised $15 million in a deal led by Chris Dixon at Andreessen Horowitz.
Keaton Row is a fashion startup reigning in the "future of personal styling" with an online, affordable process that has customers spending seven times the average e-commerce order and coming back for more.
Relationship Science has amassed an online Rolodex with profiles of the world's "top decision-makers," and people are willing to spend thousands of dollars a year for access.
Dataminr has closed $30 million for its real-time analytics service that gives financial clients alerts about relevant breaking news before news outlets even find out.
Two lifelong friends have come up with a way for fashionistas to keep their closets fresh without going broke.
Namely has raised $3.35 million from True Ventures to help businesses stay on top of their HR activities.
Scratch Music Group has closed its second round of funding to connect DJs with events. Since 2002, it has provided DJs for over 30,000 events, entertained 12 million people, and taught 500,000 people DJing skills.
Privacy is complicated. It's even more complicated thanks to technology and the network of the web. But what shouldn't be complicated are our civil liberties.
Social Power debuted today to give consumers a louder voice. This "interactive resolution platform" is intended to address the everyday issues of consumers.
Breather launched its "Zipcar for rooms" at the LeWeb conference today. The startup also revealed closing $1.5 million to accelerate development and growth.
In its grand quest to fix the trouble with email, MxHero has come up with an intriguing way to bring its service into enterprise email services.
Bloomberg is launching a new $75 million venture capital fund to support early-stage companies. The fund will be called Bloomberg Beta and will invest in startups that are "producing insights from data" and "making the experience of work better."
Two ex-Foursquare designers secure a first round of funding for their 'smart' and 'beautiful' calendar app that focuses on user experience.
The ten companies were chosen from more than 1,200 applicants -- the most competitive class ERA has had so far.
Twitter plotted all geo-tagged tweets for key global locations on a map. And the result is big data come to life -- and a vision of how we move, where we live, and where we congregate in the largest numbers.
The number one magazine provider in Apple's Newstand has now added 20 new magazine from American Media to its stable of 1,800 magazines for digital sale.
New Yorkers will soon have yet another way to get just about anything delivered to their door.