Ride hailing provider Lyft has brought in 12 members of the Kamcord team, essentially acquiring its engineering talent, though not any of the broadcast live streaming app’s technologies. The goa
Today is a big day for Y Combinator graduate Kamcord, after the San Francisco startup announced a $10 million Series C round led by Time Warner, and a move that expands its mobile streaming focus fr
Kamcord, the Y Combinator startup that wants to do to mobile what streaming service Twitch has done to console and PC gaming, has rolled out another important update after it began allowing its most p
Kamcord, the YC-backed company that offers a Twitch-like game streaming service for mobile devices, just made its biggest announcement to date after it enabled any user of its Android app to live-stre
It's been nearly a year since Kamcord, the U.S. startup that allows mobile owners to record and stream their games online, raised a $15 million round to increase its focus on markets in Asia, and toda
Kamcord, the YC-backed company that enables game recording on mobile, is the latest company to jump on the mobile live-streaming bandwagon after it added the feature to its Android and iOS apps.
Mobile gameplay streaming service Kamcord has launched on Android, letting users share clips of their time playing games on their phone with voiceover.
Mobile game streaming service Kamcord has begun rolling out a pilot program that lets its top 500 users upload their own edited videos instead of unabridged game sessions.
Kamcord, a startup that offers game developers an SDK that lets users record and share clips of their gameplay, has achieved a few milestones in the last few months that illustrate the Y Combinator al
As reports of Google's interest in buying Twitch continue unabated, it's clear there's an enormous market for video of gameplay. A few players stepped up a couple years ago to tackle the same concept
Just about every time I've spoken to <a target="_blank" href="http://www.kamcord.com">Kamcord </a>founder Matt Zitzmann in the year since the company launched, I've asked one question toward the end o
These days it seems like mobile gaming is entering a sort of golden age -- developers are getting ambitious about the experiences they want to create, and hardware has grown powerful enough to help br
Y Combinator-backed <a target="_blank" href="http://www.kamcord.com">Kamcord</a> got off to a strong start last year — it locked up <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/12/19/mobile-game-record
It’s been about four months since YC alum Kamcord first<a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/08/14/yc-backed-kamcord-helps-record-and-share-those-epic-mobile-gaming-moments/"> opened its mobile
Mobile games have grown to the point where players can dive into an immersive world or rack up high scores in just a few minutes from any platform. But trying to share those standout moments with othe