Digg, the Phoenix of community news sharing services, has launched a new feature today that helps aggregate videos from across the web into a single stream of (theoretically) interesting content.
Telly, the video discovery service formerly called TwitVid, has raised a fresh $3.4 million investment, according to an SEC document filed today.
Guest Post Opening up the program to everyone will democratize the process and let LinkedIn provide relevant content to individual members, making it a more valuable product.
Vine lets you take six-second videos and post them. Instagram gives you 15 seconds. But a new video app lets you take videos, edit them, combine them, and share them in chunks of any length — up to an hour.
Finding good content to consume on the Internet can be tedious at times, so it’s not difficult to see why a site like Upworthy is currently experiencing impressive growth.
Magnify is taking more of an enterprise solution to curation and discovery, but one that weaves in advertising, video delivery, and analytics as well. Oh, and it’s also grabbed funding from former Facebook general council head Chris Kelly and TEDx’s Chris Anderson.
Google Glass owners now have a news aggregation app. Straight from Glass, they can flag content for later, “like” and “dislike,” or listen to an entire article.
Mass Relevance, a startup that brings calm to a crazy sea of social activity, is rolling out a new ‘Digital Mosaic’ product today at SXSW that essentially builds an image using tweets, Facebook updates, photos, and even Vine videos.
San Francisco-based Ajent is all about curation, and feeds its users just one “look” per day.
48 percent of the most popular pins on Pinterest lead to expired pages on top retailers brands, according to a new study by Curalate, the social curation company.
Educational app-store-inside-the-app-store KinderTown is releasing data about which educational apps parents want for their kids, based on over 120,000 parental app searches.
Scoop.it, a tool that lets people gather and distribute content from around the Web based their interests and passions, is launching publicly today after a year in an invite-only beta. A robust algorithm helps you find relevant articles and videos, but the real appeal of Scoop.it is that anyone can be a magazine editor, curating and sharing attractive topic pages.
News aggregation site Digg unveiled Newsrooms today, a new section of the site that features automatically curated news content on specific topics like technology or politics.
A little over a month after launching, music curation social network Rolling.fm has more than 85,000 registered members who have collectively made over a million friend connections through the service, the company announced today.
Music curation social network Turntable.fm is developing a mobile application for Apple’s iOS devices, according to a report from TechCrunch.
People who have grown up online might be more eager than most to make the switch from Facebook to Google.
Thoora is one of 53 companies chosen by VentureBeat to launch at the DEMO Spring 2011 event taking place this week. These companies do pay a fee to present, but our coverage of them remains objective.
Website discovery engine StumbleUpon had 500 million hits last month and its traffic has doubled in 6 months, the company announced today.
A team of former MySpace executives is launching a new company on-stage at the Web 2.0 Summit today in San Francisco. Chief executive Amit Kapur said he left MySpace, the troubled News Corp. Internet portal, because his new company Gravity presents an even bigger opportunity: Basically, it uses your interests to help you find relevant content.
Pearltrees, a social tool for discovering and organizing Web content, has announced it secured a second round of funding for €1.3 million (US$1.6 million). The funding will be used to expand globally, especially in the US.