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Snapchat has announced a new feature that will allow users to add customized filters depending on where the photo was taken.
Demand Media has sold Creativebug, an online video arts and crafts business, to Otter Media for $10 million.
TECHNOLOGY: Mobile devices open doors to educational products.
TECHNOLOGY: Increase in mobile devices has raised some parents’ interest in producing educational products for kids.
New rules let UCLA put money into startups
UCLA may graduate to startup investing now that University of California has axed its funding ban.
Technology studio Science Inc. has acquired Armenian app-maker InLight as part of its effort to expand its mobile content portfolio.
Yahoo announced Friday it had acquired video tech startup RayV, with offices in Hollywood, as part of its push to improve its video streaming technology.
Ixia announced Friday a Nasdaq hearings panel has determined to continue listing the company on the exchange if certain conditions are met.
Like so many empires, MySpace came, conquered and collapsed into a wasteland. And Ted Dhanik was there, from the company’s launch in 2003 to its quick descent when confronted with new-kid-on-the-block Facebook.
General Assembly, an educational startup that offers tech courses, said it would open its second Los Angeles campus later this year in downtown’s Arts District.
Native advertising company MGID is moving its U.S. headquarters to Santa Monica from New York. The company, which has 200 employees worldwide, plans to have roughly 30 people at its headquarters by the end of 2015.
Walt Disney Co. said it had selected 11 companies for the first round of its Disney Accelerator program.
Oculus VR Inc. will host a September developer conference in Hollywood to bring together engineers, designers and other creative professionals to collaborate on creating virtual reality experiences.
Some drone-using filmmakers aren’t waiting for OK
Some drone-using production businesses await approval to get off the ground, but at least one’s flying now.
UCode centers offer programming classes for kids 6 and older.
UCode helps little kids get with the programming with its coding courses.
INTERNET: Chewse sees opening in online food-ordering sector for service focused on businesses.
Chewse looks to take a bite out of the online food-ordering sector by catering to businesses.