Applauze is a recently-launched iOS app that presents users with thousands of events happening every day, across 41 U.S. cities and 5 in Canada.
For its first developers conference, Samsung is betting on tiny event app company Topi to make a huge splash.
Apple disappointed many fans today when it didn’t make a livestream available for its new iPhone media event, but now you can at least watch the entire event on the company’s site.
I’ve run into the problem at events before: The official mobile app for the conference was updated at the last-minute — only to be completely unusable for the whole event.
It looks like Twitter is once again experimenting with new features on its iOS app, this time with one that highlights local events that are happening around you.
Nextt is building a private social network for people to plan activities with friends. Its mission is to get people away from their computers and out into the real world.
Launch founder Jason Calacanis will be starting a fund aimed at investing in 5-10 startups per year, all of which will come out of the events he produces.
Quixplore is launching its shared social calendar today to improve the process of process of discovering things to do and coordinating and sharing your social life.
Tech Cocktail’s goal is to support emerging tech communities through events, and provide relevant information for entrepreneurs.
2013 is the year where most everyone you know not only owns a smartphone, but actually starts using it to a fuller extent.
If you couldn’t make it to this year’s Mobile Summit, you can at least live through the experience vicariously through these photos.
VentureBeat’s Mobile Summit, our annual get-together with top-level mobile industry executives, is kicking off today at the beautiful Cavallo Point Lodge resort in Sausalito, Calif.
500,000 shared events and 2000 organizational event streams later, UpTo is pivoting to become the social glue of what’s next on an even bigger scale.
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Geo-mobile social app Highlight rolls out its latest update to date, with photosharing and event features.
VentureBeat’s annual Mobile Summit is back for a third year, and it’s shaping up to be our biggest one yet.
1 Million Cups is the most popular weekly startup event in Kansas City, and soon enough it will land in 18 more cities around the country.
Payments platform PayByGroup adds a fixed-price feature to simplify group ticket buying.
Crowdtilt throws the largest crowd funded party ever, when its not saving schools or raising money for wedding gifts.
VetsinTech is throwing a hackathon to support newly returned veterans get involved in the tech community.
Looks like there will be no new Nexus tablet for you on Monday. Google canceled its New York Android event due to Hurricane Sandy.
Just one day before Windows 8 comes out in stores, Microsoft has corralled journalists, analysts, and its partners to officially kick off the new operating system.
For the first time in two years, Apple will stream one of its events online.
Sometimes getting people to respond to an invitation is hard. Maybe they’re lazy, maybe they didn’t get your text, or maybe you sent your invitation right before the event was going to begin. iSocialite hopes to fix that.
If Facebook is about what you did yesterday and Twitter is about what you’re doing right now, UpTo is about what you’re planning to do tomorrow — and sharing with those you actually know.
September is turning into one crazily crowded month for mobile, with Nokia, Motorola, Amazon, and Apple holding launch events. Now we can add HTC to the list, with a likely Windows Phone 8 event planned for Sept. 19.
Just yesterday we reported on a compelling argument for why Apple would separate its iPhone 5 and iPad Mini events, and now a new report claims that Apple will indeed debut its long-rumored smaller iPad in October.
We’re not sure what to expect from this event, but it could be the long-rumored Droid Razr HD.
Now that the date is locked in, it’s even clearer that the companies are trying to preempt Apple’s iPhone 5 announcement, which is rumored for Sept. 12.
Continuing a stunning turn-around, event-booking company Cvent helped companies book $3.4 billion worth of meetings in the first six months of 2012.