GeoPoll raised $11.6 million for its mobile surveying technology, which lets organizations send out questions and get quickly get responses through text, voice call, or web-based surveys from anywhere in the world (except North Korea).
Editor’s Pick The first major investment from Mark Zuckeberg’s education fund? Panorama Ed, a polling company started by a Yale student in his college door room.
When asked what employees liked most about working at a young company, the most commonly named reasons were good team dynamics and an open work environment.
Loop launched today to help businesses get customer feedback in the moment using quick, five-question surveys.
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management conducted a survey of high net worth investors and found that fewer than 23% of respondents plan to invest in startups in the near future.
Mobile polling app Polar raises $1.2 million from big name investors to make decision-making a quick and social process.
SurveyMonkey took Movember to the next level with a company-wide initiative and The Great Shave.
Mumbai-based startup WebEngage launches a complete designed website and announces $500K in funding.
For traditional businesses, social media is like a virus: it’s furious, fast-growing, and impossible to ignore.
Only 3 percent of consumers say Apple’s Maps are a “big problem.” I guess those 3 percent are Silicon Valley tech blog writers.
Data scientists are like the supermodels or football players of the enterprise world: highly in-demand and earning sky-high salaries in their prime but insecure about their future prospects.
Mobile gamers play in some oddball places, according to a new study by publisher PopCap Games.
More than four out of 10 global executives polled by KPMG believe that the world center of technology innovation will not be Silicon Valley within four years. And among those who believe that Silicon Valley will lose its place as the de facto world capital of technology, a similar four out of 10 believe China will house the next dynamo of technological creation.
Gamers are spending more time on their mobile phones than on their consoles and personal computers, according to a new survey from mobile gaming community MocoSpace.
The holidays are a time for good food, gathering with loved ones, frantic trips to overcrowded malls and paid time-off from work — well almost. A majority of the U.S. workforce will be checking their work email over holidays this year, according to a new study.
For its annual look at the blogging world, Technorati surveyed 4,114 bloggers in 45 countries. This year, the focus was on why and how they blog, their connections with brands and how they use social media.
Sorry to rain on your parade, but this will only take a minute. A new report surveying leaders of technology companies indicates the U.S. economic recovery is two years away, instead of previous forecasts that it will happen in 2012.
After the iPad debuted last year, some people predicted e-readers would fade away, becoming at best niche products. But a report from the Pew Internet Project Monday shows a different trend: E-readers like Barnes & Noble’s Nook and Amazon’s Kindle are growing at a faster rate than tablet computers like the Apple iPad.
Even before the Verizon iPhone launched, pretty much everyone expected it to drop calls less than the iPhone on AT&T, which has become notorious for its network flakiness. Now a survey by ChangeWave Research shows us just how much better Verizon’s iPhone is at sustaining a simple phone call.
A new study just released by ExactTarget and CoTweet finds that more than 90 percent of consumers have “broken up” with at least one brand via Facebook, email or Twitter.
In a new survey by Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, 8 percent of all American adults who are on the Internet said that they use Twitter.
Concerns about privacy on social networks have increased drastically since a year ago among older users, but not younger ones, a new study shows.
SurveyMonkey, a company that offers an online survey service, announced today that it has raised $100 million in senior debt financing led by Bank of America Merrill Lynch and SunTrust Robinson Humphrey.
Traffic across Google sites broke a new record this month and now accounts for an impressive 6.4% of all Internet traffic around the world, according to a tally by network security firm Arbor Networks.
Venture capitalists and angel investors who are working on buffing their brand image and building relationships with entrepreneurs may be wasting their time, according to a newly released survey of 363 startup executives who recently raised funds or plan to do so within the next year.