Guest Post In the past week, two high-profile mobile apps were effectively shut down and acquired – Hipster by Aol and Oink by Google. Both had big PR buildups, rave reviews from the tech press, and strong usage from the digerati.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUpUD6k57Kk&w=560&h=315] We’ve been covering quite a few companies from Science, the latest incubator to make a splash in the L.A. tech scene.
Come party with VentureBeat and Science at our DEMO event in Santa Monica this Thursday night, February 23.
If your company is based in the greater Los Angeles Are, and you want to meet with Peter Pham and the team from Science on Thursday, Feb 23, this is your last chance to sign up.
The hustling Los Angeles tech scene is revolving around a new center these days: an incubator called Science. It started just a couple months ago and is the work of former MySpace CEO Mike Jones and Color co-founder Peter Pham.
Say you want to rent out the Entourage house for your birthday or Eric Clapton’s old house for your rock-and-roll-themed wedding reception.
VentureBeat is headed to Southern California on February 23 as part of our ongoing quest to find the most promising companies to write about and to invite to participate at our next DEMO conference in April.
It looks like mobile photo- and video-sharing startup Color has lost one of its seven co-founders: Peter Pham, the company’s president.