The latest wave of streaming services talk a lot about making the art form better. Does anyone believe them? Drake started from the bottom, now he’s at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference to tell about
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No longer just a music service Spotify is no longer just a music service. On stage in New York City today, the company shared its new goal of finding the perfect content to accompany every moment in your
YouNow launched back in September of 2012, but for its first year and a half struggled to find traction. Then in May of last year it suddenly clicked, exploding from less than 10 million monthly visitors
LOS ANGELES — You've probably heard about Meerkat and Periscope, the two live video streaming apps that launched this year to big headlines, and heavy usage from the technorati. We're guessing that if
YouNow's founder, Adi Sideman, told us earlier this year that 70% of YouNow's users are under the age of 24 and that the platform has 100 million user sessions a month, with about 150,000 broadcasts daily.
Jerry Yang is giving a quick tour of the conference room at his private investment firm in Palo Alto, Calif. It’s dotted with gifts and photos from his 20 years in Silicon Valley. Yahoo’s 45-year-old co-founder
More to come! According to a boatload of sources close to the situation, Yahoo’s board wrapped up its regular December meeting yesterday without a final decision as to whether it will move forward with
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc’s board of directors on Friday is in the third and final day of meetings that could decide the future of one of Silicon Valley’s most prominent but troubled companies.
There’s a secret equation Uber is constantly trying to optimize, where Uber and the driver earn the most money possible while the passenger pays the least. Internally, I’ve heard Uber refers to this as
'Uber for helicopters' startup Blade now offers private jet service to Miami, and it wants your flight to be as fun as your
The startup is now expanding its offerings to include seats on a private Gulfstream IV jet. Dubbed BLADEone, the service will be offering seats on flights between Manhattan, Miami, and Palm Beach — destinations