Qualcomm is announcing today its Snapdragon GameCommand app for finding and playing mobile games on devices with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors.
Zuora aims to be the leader in subscription billing as it raises $36 million in a fourth round of funding.
It’s not as sexy as landing Playboy as a customer. But Bunchball is moving further into enterprises with its gamification technology, which makes non-game web sites more interesting by making them game-like. Today, Bunchball is integrating gamification analytics into Adobe’s Digital Marketing Suite.
Hewlett-Packard introduced its first business-focused Ultrabook laptop today as it chases after Apple’s vaunted MacBook Air.
Hewlett-Packard started unveiling its fall line of premier laptps today with the introduction of two new HP Envy notebooks.
Location service Foursquare is showing off its new coat of paint. The company today unveiled a website redesign with a whole new experience for people sitting at their desks. What started as a check-in game all of a sudden seems a lot more like a formidable business in the making.
Phone buyers who were holding out for the iPhone 4S or other hot smartphones slowed overall global growth in Q3, even as demand for handsets continued to surge, according to a new Gartner report.
Editor's Pick [vimeo 32176527 w=640 h=360] Rackspace CTO John Engates knows the cloud — it’s kind of his bread and butter.
[vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/32172079 w=500&h=281] Urban Airship, a platform-as-a-service company for mobile developers, has soft-launched a new MMS-style notification feature called “Rich Push” to help app makers better engage mobile users.
Professional social network LinkedIn launched a new version of its CardMunch application for the iPhone today, which promises to help you make sense of all the people you meet during networking events.
YuMe, a video advertising network, has raised $11.9 million in funding, according to a Form D filed with the SEC.
Apple has named Arthur D. Levinson to the position of non-executive Chairman of the Board, filling former CEO Steve Jobs’ long time role.
Guest Post Alan Colmenares is facilitator for the Founder Institute program in Colombia, a contributor to VentureBeat and writes about Latin American startups at TropicalGringo.
Editor’s note: Serial entrepreneur Steve Blank is the author of Four Steps to the Epiphany. This story originally appeared on his blog.
Today marks the anniversary of the launch of the Xbox and Microsoft’s Halo video game a decade ago, as we’ve chronicled in our coverage. But those launches would never have happened without today’s other anniversary: the 40th anniversary of the launch of the original microprocessor.
Intel Capital, the veteran investment arm of Intel, has announced the AppUp fund to invest $100 million in companies creating applications and digital content for multiple devices. The organization revealed the new fund today at the Intel Capital Global Summit in Huntington Beach, Calif.
Editor's Pick Apple launched its anticipated iTunes Match music service yesterday, two weeks after the company initially said it would release it. Most likely, the debut was delayed to address bugs, but Apple should have waited longer to fix more issues because it isn’t yet ready for the spotlight treatment.
More than a fifth of people who bought Groupon stock on the day of its initial public offering sold their shares the same day.
Digital video advertising startup BrightRoll has secured a new $30 million round of funding, the company announced today.
Things are not looking good for the PC version of the Call of Duty: Elite social network. A tweet on the service’s official Twitter page is casting doubt on whether or not it will ever launch on the platform.
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[vimeo 32181032 w=640 h=360] Zappos founder Nick Swinmurn wants to see a picture of everything in your closet.
Customer service is taking on new and exciting forms. Putting together a full customer support team is so expensive that it’s out of reach for most small businesses. Often the choice for small companies and startups is to pile all outreach onto a single individual, who can no longer do his or her core job. Those are the companies TalkDesk is targeting with its customer support tool.
Minted, a marketplace for community-sourced paper products like custom stationery and wedding invitations, has raised a big pile of the green kind of paper you can spend.
If you’re wondering why we’ve chosen the impossibly cute photo of five-week-old kitten Link as eye bleach for this post’s art, it’s because an increasing number of eyeballs that frequent Facebook could use it.
For the better part of five years, I worked as Disney cast member. I spent day after day learning the biggest secrets of a company that protects fiercely and, as a result, I lost what Disney and its fan know as “the magic.” The extraordinary became mundane, and in a weird way, I began to step away. Who knew it would take a virtual trip back to reignite my love?
If you need further evidence that Japan’s display business isn’t so hot today, just take a look at the newly formed Japan Display, a joint small and medium-sized display venture between Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi.
Since the launch of Google Music, we’ve been waiting for the ability to buy songs from inside the app. That wait might be over as soon as tomorrow, according to new reports.
Ice Cream Sandwich, the newest (and arguably best) version of Android, will soon be available on the entire Xperia line of gadgets from Sony.
Nintendo could be looking for third parties to provide the online infrastructure for its upcoming Wii U console, according to a report released this week.