Just because you walk by a hot dog stand, doesn’t mean you’re craving a hot dog. This example illustrates how location-based advertising is not enough.
Today brought a grand total of six double-digit tech funding stories across the VentureBeat news desk. That’s a lot of cheddar, no matter how you slice it.
Music and TV discovery service Shazam has closed a new $40 million round of funding, the company announced today.
Following its revamped iPad app last week, music and TV show discovery service Shazam rolled out a new Windows Phone 8 app today.
Media discovery startup Shazam released a new version of its iPad app today that adds a ton of new features boosting your ability to identify music, TV shows, and advertising.
Music and TV discovery/bookmarking service Shazam has hired former Yahoo executive Rich Riley as its new chief executive, the company announced today.
GPU applications are spread across enterprise and consumer markets.
Shazam has fine-tuned its song and media identification service to work with television programming on more than 160 channels, at all times.
Helping people everywhere answer the nagging question, “what’s that song?,” Shazam today celebrates its 5 billionth tag,
Guest Post In day one of its Google I/O developer conference yesterday, Google upped the ante with many long-term foes and entered some new spaces.
There’s nothing more perplexing than figuring out the lyrics to an Elton John song — it’s a running joke on the Internet and in television shows and commercials — but a new iOS application from one of the most recognizable startups in the music space could stop the head-scratching for good.
Music and broadcast media discovery app developer Shazam announced that it has raised $32 million in its most recent round of funding.