Sol Lipman, the cofounder of 12seconds, Rally Up, and Tomfoolery, says Instagram’s hasty addition of video is a serious mistake.
Brace yourselves for… AIRXP! We don’t know much, but we do know it’s already raised a million-dollar seed round while still in private alpha.
Viddy is apparently planning to reduce its operations and marketing workforce by cutting 12 positions (or a third of its total employees), a report says.
Mobile video recording service Streamweaver closed a $1.3 million round of funding today, the startup confirmed to VentureBeat.
A great iPad video discovery app gets even better.
Video-sharing application Viddy landed on Android devices today after long being available only on the iPhone.
Feeling nostalgic? Skip the endless status-update sifting and turn to startup Animoto to relive your top moments of 2012.
Social video-chat company ooVoo has added 7 million subscribers in the past 100 days, an impressive increase of 1 million users every two weeks,
Keek, a social video service on web and mobile, has eked out an additional $7 million in funding to support its promising growth.
As people’s pockets fill with camera-enabled smartphones the rush is on to be the top dog in social video sharing. Palo Alto video startup Klip announced today that it has raised $8 million in a second round of funding, just two months after launching and raising $2 million.
Despite the hoopla about how everything on the Web is becoming increasingly social, BlipSnips chief executive John Bliss said that online video remains a remarkably un-social experience — and that’s a problem BlipSnips is trying to solve.