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.
Your iPad or Android tablet is really good at a lot of things, but for some things, paper just can’t be replaced, as one French company hilariously illustrates in this ad:
Back to the future? Everything old is new again?
Koozoo’s crowdsourced video network lets you see post and view footage of public places, so you never have to wait in line again.
If you’re like me, your smartphone movies look like crap.
Wooga is one of the most successful casual games publishers to date. In this video, founder and CEO Jens Begemann talks about starting Wooga, keeping a healthy company culture, dealing with Facebook – and his thoughts on the hype surrounding startups in Berlin.
Taboola’s marketplace connects brands with publishers to put their video content in front of relevant users.
Vuclip acquires Jigsee to make mobile videos accessible to people on any device, in any country.
After a successful first run, Yahoo is launching the second season of it’s popular comedy “Burning Love” on Valentine’s Day.
With its new features, the online tutoring startup is moving into the realm of personalized learning.
VentureBeat invited Evernote CEO Phil Libin to our office to discuss the big picture vision for the company. It runs far deeper than an IPO, international expansion plans, and the host of new features designed to appeal to busy professionals.
For the first time, Japanese scientists captured video of a thought being formed, and it looks pretty much like miniature lightning tracing its way through a meshed structure of neurons.
Time Warner Cable isn’t happy about Netflix’s new “Open Connect” initiative, a separate network ISPs can use to pull data from the streaming video service.
Social-video sharing network Keek.com raises $18 million to support explosive global growth.
An Australian entrepreneur set out on a 10-city, 20-journey across the US creating documentary videos about the startup community in each place.
Now people can send embarrassing videos of themselves through Snapchat, the messaging app that destroys the message after it has been read.
63 percent of video-watching on mobile phones, the study said, happens right at home sweet home.
Koozoo raises $2.5 million for its crowd-sourced video network of the world’s public places.
Video content aggregator Plizy raises $4 million in its first round of funding.
If you’re missing CloudBeat, here’s how to watch a live video stream — plus an exclusive backstage pass for videos of the show’s movers and shakers.
It’s kind of like a tiny video-oriented social network, with Facebook’s 2011 “frictionless sharing” concept brought to life. Except only with people you really, really care about.
High-fashion mannequin maker Almax has released mannequins that don’t just look good, but also look. Right back at you, that is.
Open source video platform Kaltura has raised $25 million.
YouTube has become a massive news destination, YouTube chief executive Salar Kamangar said in his acceptance speech, with 7000 hours of news-related footage uploaded every single day.
The wait is over. Wikipedia now widely supports HTML 5 video content on its millions of entries with the launch of its TimeMediaHandler, soon with support for mobile.
Editor’s Pick Ray Kurzweil believes that while we are the creators of technology today, tomorrow it will be able to invent itself. And when that day comes, we may, in fact, be screwed.
Gnzo is essentially a new, more animated way of displaying and browsing videos, and it’s optimized for touchscreens. Instead of square stills, it displays a mosaic of animated videos, each one a 6-second clip from the video behind it.
LifeStyleFeed publishes video clips to help plan nights out on the town
TV is moving to the web, and no company is benefitting more from that than Google. It’s really not a competition.
Check out Dean Takahashi playing Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Native advertising is what Facebook is doing when it shows sponsored posts, or what Twitter engages in with promoted tweets. Here’s a native ad platform for all publishers.
Streamweaver is a new iPhone app that does something pretty basic, but extremely cool.
Editor’s Pick Money can’t buy you love, the Beatles told us. Neither can $33 million in venture capital and massive celebrity endorsements from stars like Jimmy Fallon, Snoop Dogg, Julia-Louis Drefus, Alicia Keys, and Jim Carrey.
A leaked video of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney talking frankly about his election strategy has caused an uproar in social media.
During New York Fashion Week, acclaimed designer Diane von Furstenberg added a new accessory to her show: Google’s Project Glass. Today, she released her video made entirely out of Google Glass footage, showing what it’s like to be DVF during the craziest week of fashion in the U.S.
Most startups aren’t as sexy — or as musically talented — as Rapt.fm. Then again, most CEOs aren’t rappers, and most CTOs aren’t beatboxers.
You won’t have to wait until the 21st to take a look at Apple’s iPhone 5, iPod Touch, and iPod Nano. We got hands-on videos with all three devices, as well as the new maps app and the new panorama feature in the iPhone 5.
Blue Jeans Network, the company that offers super-simple video conferences in the browser, is announcing the first-ever videoconferencing integration with Salesforce.com.