“I like solving problems — I don’t like programming. It’s tedious,” said the creator of PHP on stage at our DevBeat conference.
What began as a software application is now a fully fledged consumer marketplace for exquisitely made hardware products and fashion accessories.
Everything.me raises $25 million to make smart phones “dynamic” by presenting apps you may need in real-time.
Netbiscuits raises $27M for its technology that adapts and delivers web applications to smartphones.
The first users of Minit, an iPhone app to record and screen short videos, may have found themselves revealing intimate life stories to Noa Tishby, a supermodel, actress, and technology entrepreneur.
ICANN, a nonprofit overseeing IP address spaces, voted Monday to approve extending the number of available top-level domain extensions, or TLDs. No longer will companies and organizations be restricted to the 22 existing extensions like .com, .edu, .org.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) announced this morning that it has acquired Tungle.me, a calendar scheduling application, for an undisclosed sum of money.
Sports app startupZepp has a mobile app that can finally fix your golf swing golf swing.
The National Basketball League (NBA) may be looking to take advantage of the growing popularity of consumers checking-in to locations through its own application dubbed Turnstile, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Millions of consumers use location-based mobile apps to check-in to locations every day. But CheckPoints, a new mobile shopping application, is looking to take check-in services to the next level by asking you to check into products within stores. Each check-in rewards the user with points that can be redeemed for prizes like gift cards, miles or gadgets. The iPhone app is expected to be approved today or tomorrow by Apple.
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Triangulate, maker of Facebook dating application Wings, announced today that the application has been selected to appear on the Facebook Application Dashboard (one of only ten). The company also officially announced that it has secured a seed round of $750,000, which appeared in a SEC filing back in March.