Apparently, the startup is in the process of closing another $50 million in funding, according to a Fortune report that cites unnamed sources familiar with the deal.
Flipboard recently gave readers the ability to curate their own magazines. Now the company is embracing e-commerce by enabling people to create catalogs.
When the publisher of one of the world’s largest independent political blog networks calls your company a scam, you tend to pay attention.
If reports are true, the company would be valued at $800 million.
Apple’s iOS 7 came out Wednesday, and with it a bunch of app updates to take advantage of the flat, new interface.
Inq’s Material — a beautiful Flipboard-like app that delivers relevant news and info — launched for Android back in February. Now it has finally come to the iPhone.
“The world is bigger than Google now,” co-founder Brandon Chatreau told me this morning. “And it’s more open.”
So Google is shutting down Google Reader and the Twitterati are up in arms. What’s a old-fashioned RSS-loving web geek to do? Find an alternative, of course.
After showing off the app in January, Inq Mobile’s beautiful new Material app for Android has finally launched in beta to take on fellow content discovery apps like Flipboard and Grokr.
The company behind the “Facebook phone” now wants to deliver news to you.
Google announced a major update to Google Currents, its Flipboard/Pulse competitor today.
A Q&A with the founder of Pulse, an app that is changing the way we consume the news.
A new commerce experience launched Friday suggests that Flipboard aspires to spruce up mobile shopping experiences for retailers and consumers.
Everyone’s favorite iPad social reader, Flipboard, is getting itself a revenue stream.
A cool iPad app can go a long way these days. Flipboard, maker of a beautiful app for viewing social media, announced today that it has raised $50 million in venture funding at a $200 million valuation, according to BoomTown.