• Amazon Expands Prime Music Catalog By “Hundreds Of Thousands” Of Songs

    Amazon Expands Prime Music Catalog By “Hundreds Of Thousands” Of Songs

    One of the major complaints with Amazon Prime Music, the company’s new streaming music service bundled in with its Amazon Prime membership program, was its lack of song selection, and especially current hits. Today, Amazon is taking a small step towards remedying that problem with an announcement of an expansion of the Prime Music service, which now has grown by “hundreds of… Read More

  • Glow Raises $7M Series A From Notion Capital And White Star

    Glow Raises $7M Series A From Notion Capital And White Star

    It was only in January last year that UK startup Glow Digital Media, a social advertising platform that sells services to Facebook advertisers to grow their marketing ROI, closed a $1.3 million seed funding round. Investors in the round include Germany’s Project A Ventures and the UK’s Avonmore Developments. It’s Glow Platform product gives advertises tools to create and… Read More

  • Dropbox Gets Down To Business, Adds More Sharing Features And Search For Enterprises

    Dropbox Gets Down To Business, Adds More Sharing Features And Search For Enterprises

    Dropbox, now at 300 million users globally, says that there are 4 million businesses today using its cloud-based platform to store, distribute and share documents. But of those, only around 80,000 have opted so far to use Dropbox for Business, the company’s premium enterprise tier launched earlier this year. Today, the startup is making a move to sweeten the deal, unveiling a host of… Read More

  • FiftyThree Releases SDK So Third-Party Developers Can Build Apps Around Its Pencil Stylus

    FiftyThree Releases SDK So Third-Party Developers Can Build Apps Around Its Pencil Stylus

    FiftyThree, maker of creativity app Paper and iPad stylus Pencil, wants more users. To do so, it’s going to make its Pencil hardware available for third-party developers to use with their own creativity products with the launch of an SDK. While Pencil only worked with Paper at launch, it was always the company’s plan to open up to third-party developers, according to FiftyThree… Read More

  • Airware Preps Launch Of Its Commercial Drone Operating System With $25M From Kleiner

    Airware Preps Launch Of Its Commercial Drone Operating System With $25M From Kleiner

    Building a drone’s hardware and software from scratch is tough and expensive, but open source drone kits are inflexible. So to power businesses looking to customize drones for commercial uses from agriculture to industrial inspections, Airware has raised a $25 million Series B led by Kleiner Perkins. The money will fund the launch of Airware’s drone operating system later this… Read More

  • Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Apple’s OS X Yosemite Beta Preview
  • Fleksy Debuts Version 3.0 On Android, With A Complete Redesign And New Premium Features

    Fleksy Debuts Version 3.0 On Android, With A Complete Redesign And New Premium Features

    Virtual keyboard startup Fleksy has launched version 3.0 of its software today, which includes new monetization options via premium themes and content packs. The new themes complement the new design of the app, with alternate color options and a bonus theme available to Fleksy premium users free of charge, and there’s also support for over 700 new emoji for those of you who like to… Read More

  • Designed For A Different Runner TrackSmith Launches  With $1.6 Million

    Designed For A Different Runner TrackSmith Launches With $1.6 Million

    TrackSmith, a new running apparel company, has raised $1.6 million in its first round of institutional funding to bring modern technology and classic styling to running gear. The company’s mission, envisioned by Matt Smith and Luke Scheybeler, is to re-connect the sport to its storied past while looking forward to what the sport could be in the future. Smith, an avid runner who… Read More

  • PlaceUs Uses Context Awareness To Maintain Close Connections Through Automation

    PlaceUs Uses Context Awareness To Maintain Close Connections Through Automation

    There is no shortage of tracking apps used by families and loved ones to keep an eye on another, whether it’s to know where they are or for safety concerns. Read More

  • Can’t Manage A Standing Desk? Meet Cubii, The Sitting Exerciser

    Can’t Manage A Standing Desk? Meet Cubii, The Sitting Exerciser

    Sitting down — and the sedentary lifestyle it encourages — is killing you, slowly but surely. The problem is, standing desks aren’t for everyone. Making the switch is a big deal. I love mine but it took a week of pain and suffering to go from seat to feet, and it still feels pretty tough on calves and soles after a full day-long standing stretch. So here’s a third… Read More