Email is somewhat of a lost cause in the eyes of many people who get far too many messages to sort through on a computer screen in a single day. However, that could be because we’re just using the wrong device.
OneSpot has raised $5.3 million to help grow its ad targeting platform, the company announced today.
Nike has is own fitness band, and so does Adidas. So why not Under Armour?
The holidays are upon us, and if you haven’t thought what to get your colleagues, friends, and family, you are a terrible person. Not really, but if you don’t know what to get the people in your life, Loop & Tie can help.
Silverton Partners has closed $75 million for a new investment fund that will target startups in Austin, Texas, the firm announced today.
Editor’s Pick While I’m now a resident of Austin, Texas, I still couldn’t believe some of these companies were operating and based here.
Guest Post Here’s what you should take away from Austin’s tech startup scene.
Editor’s Pick Here are seven promising startups we saw at last week’s Capital Factory demo day:
DreamIt Ventures is opening up its application process for its second accelerator program in Austin, Texas, the accelerator announced today.
Google has confirmed that Provo will be the second city after Kansas City to get Google Fiber, with installations beginning before the end of the year.
Content marketing campaigns can be extremely difficult to track, which OneSpots new Content Sequencing Engine aims to help out with.
TrustRadius, a review-based enterprise service, has secured a $5 million round of funding, the startup announced today.
In 2012 alone, “Silicon Mountain” entrepreneur launched 122 digital technology startups, and 69 received funding.
Rapper and music producer Timbaland is leading the first round of funding for Open Labs, a music startup that creates hardware and software solutions for bands and producers.
Editor’s Pick Over the last few years media companies and brands have turned to Mass Relevance’s social curating platform for plenty of projects, and now the startup said it’s hitting some big milestones.
The latest city that incubator program TechStars will expand into is bustling tech city Austin, Texas, the organization announced today.
Google Fiber will hit Austin by the middle of next year, the city confirmed today.
A leaked press release from gigabit internet organization Gig.U congratulating the city of Austin and Google on their new Google Fiber partnership was quickly removed today.
Google and the City of Austin just sent out a slew of invitations to an event next week, but they declined to provide details on what will be announced.
AMD is conserving its assets.
Guest Post Silicon Valley is still the gold standard for tech entrepreneurship. However, Austin is now emerging as a new destination of choice for tech startups as well as larger enterprise companies — for a variety of economic and cultural reasons.
With slick new version of its gesture-based mobile email app now available, productivity startup Taskbox announced that it’s raised a $600,000 seed round of funding today.
You know what sucks worse than email? Waiting in line to use an app that’s supposed to make using email easier.
In a push to grow beyond its San Francisco roots, ride sharing service SideCar has purchased Austin, Texas-based competitor Heyride.
The 2013 South By Southwest Interactive event is likely to bring hundreds of smart, plucky startups to Austin, Tex. next month, but co-working space/accelerator program Capital Factory wants at least one to stick around.
Adometry, a startup that generates analytics to get a better return on advertising, has raised a $8 million round of funding, the company announced today.
The problem with most digital display advertising is that its rarely as compelling as the content it runs besides on a webpage.
Austin, Tex.-based startup SocialGood.TV recently announced its intentions to purchase Current TV, the struggling cable channel led by former Vice President Al Gore and founder Joel Hyatt.
Burned by sliding PC sales, AMD could sell its Texas campus in an effort to raise money.
Confirming rumors from earlier this week, the mobile payments company Isis said today that it will finally launch on October 22.
As part of Austin Startup Weekend, tremendously cool co-working space the Capital Factory held its own demo day event featuring 14 of the city’s up-and-coming tech companies. We’ve highlighted five that caught our attention.
Startup accelerator DreamIt Ventures targeted Austin, Tex. for its next expansion back in July, but now it has a home within the city.
Samsung is aiming to double-down on its Austin, Texas chip making plant: the company announced today that it would invest around $4 billion in the plant to boost the production of mobile processors.
Too much noise?
It’s that time of year again for the big South by Southwest (SXSW to its friends) tech and entertainment event in Austin, Texas – and VentureBeat has planned ahead to cover it all.
While most components for Apple devices are made overseas, its A5 processor, which power the iPhone 4S and iPad 2, is produced in the far away land of… Texas.
If you’re based in the Austin region and are looking to launch a new tech product in the near future, join us for a meetup at one of Austin’s most respected venture capital firms, Austin Ventures.