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Gores Group on Thursday said that it has acquired Zmags Corp., a digital publishing and ecommerce software company
MuckerLab stands alone among the top tier accelerators in Los Angeles. While Launchpad and Amplify have done away with their demo days, the Santa Monica outfit co-founded by Erik Rannala is holding fast to the tradition.
If you’re among the ranks of Machinima’s YouTube channels and you say something nice about the Xbox One in a video, Microsoft is going to make it worth your while.
Entertainment: Startup service enters noisy marketplace.
You’ve seen the Beats headphones. Now the company that makes them wants into the music streaming business. Can it succeed in this already noisy segment?
Advertising: NearWoo will sell the Internet giant’s ad space to local businesses.
NearWoo launched its location-based mobile ad platform only four months ago, and it now has 4,000 clients. It may grow again as Google signed on.
Venture capital activity in the United States increased overall last quarter and last year, but that trend skipped Los Angeles.
Muffi Ghadiali, one of the founding members of Santa Monica video game console maker Ouya Inc. has left the company, according to website TechCrunch.
Startup Accelerator Amplify has announced a new $8 million funding round.
Venice video app maker Supernova, which began its life as Viddy, was acquired today by YouTube network Fullscreen.
Beats Electronics has unveiled the start date for its Beats Music service, announcing yet another entry into the popular if financially troubled category of online radio.
TECH: Whisper draws traffic-generating writer away from Gawker.
App maker Whisper Inc. rang in the new year by making a high-profile hire and signaling a new initiative for the company.
Charles Crumpley thinks Snapchat may have committed a business blunder for the books.
Energy crop developer Ceres Inc. reported deeper losses than expected, but beat Wall Street's revenue expectations. Software maker Simulations Plus Inc. announced fiscal first quarter results that also beat analysts' revenue estimates.
Snapchat has released an update to its popular photo-sharing app, aimed at patching a security flaw that left users’ names and phone numbers exposed.
YouTube network Fullscreen has settled its lawsuit with a music publisher’s association over the use of unlicensed music in its channels’ videos.