Gaming Live has launched the beta test of its game livestreaming platform as an alternative to Amazon’s Twitch.
GUEST: Most businesses can see that the Internet of Things (IoT) offers many opportunities to monetize and potentially change and pivot their business model.
If you want to build a successful, sustainable business, don’t ask yourself what could change in the next ten years that could affect your company.
GUEST: Imagine your big night out on the town being completely planned and paid for with no more than five taps on your mobile phone.
The days leading up to the Super Bowl are always fraught with nervous excitement, not only over the game, but the advertisements that accompany it.
GUEST: Here’s a depressing fact — most startups fail. That’s not just for web startups, but all startup businesses of any kind.
GUEST: Venture capitalists aren’t seers. But at Bessemer Venture Partners, we try to dive deep into a particular sector to find great investments.
GUEST: A factor that is frequently overlooked when setting up a data team is the selection of the technology stack.
The first episode of Snapchat’s new micro-series Literally Can’t Even, debuted this morning on the app’s new Discover media channel.
GUEST: I did not attend the annual Consumer Electronics Show two weeks ago, but I eagerly read about the prototypes for new consumer gadgets and services that debuted there.
There have been lots of reports that WhatsApp will roll out free voice calling to India in 2015. However, there’s been no confirmed timeline for when that might happen.
The Pirate Bay, widely known as the most popular file-sharing website on the planet, is back online after the longest outage it has ever experienced.
When I was working in Tajikistan, a desperately poor country, my driver had an iPhone. He’d saved extensively to afford it, and prized it as a status symbol.
GUEST: If you asked your friends about their 2015 goals, I bet that a new job is on the list for most of them.
Every week, the news team at VentureBeat brings you a blitz of news day after day, but even for our most dedicated readers it can be a challenge to catch every single story.
Some consumer advocates believe that the best way to deal mobile carriers’ temptation to abuse customer privacy is for the Federal Communications Commission to classify mobile broadband as if it were a public utility under Title II of the Communications Act.
Apple and IBM are planning on partnering on a dozen new enterprise apps this quarter, and 100 this year, and the first of them, aimed at utility workers, will be announced next week.
Clarifai, one startup with a service for recognizing things in images, today introduced some pretty nifty new capability.
The National Basketball Association has licensed China’s Tencent to be its partner in digital content for the next five years in China.
GUEST: Industry cloud software companies are on the verge of taking off, with several already achieving multibillion-dollar valuations.