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Los Angeles tech companies took home several Crunchies Monday night as part of website TechCrunch’s annual award show in San Francisco.
FILM: Technicolor looks to hew out a future as a Web pioneer with a social site to help connect filmmakers and crew members.
Westlake Village Internet ad firm Conversant Inc. has acquired SET Media, a San Francisco digital-video technology company.
Flipagram, a popular mobile app that creates video slideshows from multiple photos, is looking to raise $50 million to $60 million in its funding round, valuing the company at $300 million, according to TechCrunch.
Venice crowdfunding platform Crowdfunder announced Thursday it raised $1 million in its most recent round of seed financing.
Rubicon Project has officially kicked-off its long-expected march toward going public.
Shares of United Online Inc. fell 12 percent after the company announced it will stop making cash dividend payments to shareholders so it can invest the money in long-term growth.
Ouya’s gaming system is nearing its first birthday, and the console maker is celebrating by releasing a new product line with some upgrades.
The knock on the current boom in tech is that most companies are started by (male) 20- or 30-somethings attempting to solve problems for 20- or 30-somethings. Ergo the handfuls of food delivery startups or laundry pickup services.
Serial entrepreneur Jason Calacanis has finally lifted the veil on his newest product, Inside, which he says is the best thing he’s ever done.
If TigerText did nothing else as a company, it could forever be known as the company that birthed teen-friendly privacy app Whisper.
Technology: Lin Miao gets family loan to keep incubator alive.
Former executive charged in cellphone scheme is allowed to get line on loan from parents to keep his incubator online.
Internet: Jason Calacanis looks to deliver in journalism.
Online entrepreneur Jason Calacanis’ latest move takes him into the bustling field of mobile news delivery.
Evite taps app to let users invite friends to real or virtual parties.
Evite hopes smartphone users answer call for TV clip-sharing parties.
Technology: Shares of Mandalay Digital surge after deal with Verizon.
Investors ring up stock of Mandalay Digital after Verizon signs up for its products.