Streaming video service Crunchyroll has just rolleed out a new platform that allows its viewers to purchase merchandise related to the shows they're watching, the company told VentureBeat today.
ConsultingMD offers patients the opportunity to consult a leading medical expert for a second opinion -- and receive a detailed response in about 48 hours.
The goal is to move continuing medical education, known as "CME," to an online space so that it's not confined to auditoriums and conference halls.
Steven Dengler, a rich guy and big fan of Kickstarter, wants to bring indie gaming to the fore.
The developer of PlayStation Home's Sodium series has expanded to make games and 3D avatars on mobile platforms.
Detroit-based LevelEleven has rebranded and redesigned its flagship app that motivates sales people to generate more leads and close more deals.
It's a bit of an understatement to say that moderation duties are cumbersome for large media companies with fan feedback from hundreds of different communities on the web.
Editor's Pick LocalResponse may have solved the big problem with making mobile ads relevant.
Along with the growing movement of people who like to read comics on tablets, there is an equally enthusiastic group that actually wants to make their own digital comics.
American consumers are increasingly making payments electronically, while their check books gather dust. So why are businesses so behind? Bill.com wants to change that.
Forget about the cloud storage wars; competition is fiercer than ever in the cloud collaboration space.
"iPhone 5 sales have failed to impress. There's been a lack of innovation over the past few years to come up with the next great device, and consumers have filed to see any differentiation. Samsung has captured the market."
He will report to Min Kim, head of Nexon North America.
Editor's Pick "Fisker spent a stunning $900,000 for each vehicle it produced," PrivCo chief executive Sam Hamadeh told me. "Then they sold them to dealers for an invoice price of just $70,000."
Tencent is giving Activision Blizzard a run for its money in the huge Chinese online gaming market.
Video site Dailymotion has added support for Pinterest, thus making user videos available for play on various pin boards, the company told VentureBeat today.
NARR8 hopes to charge for digital comics and other content using a free-to-play business model.
The online social-entertainment service has 3.3M monthly participants and a $55 million revenue run rate.
Sources are telling us that chronic disease management startup WellDoc is looking for a buyer.
Mobile search-optimization engine tool maker SearchMan has figured out which store does better with search discovery.