Hadoop startup Karmasphere, which launched in 2010, has sold its intellectual property to credit-reporting agency FICO. It Read more »
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Ho hum. Dropbox has another two startups under its belt as it continues its sorta-stealthy buying binge. Read more »
An appeals court has ruled that a blogger is a member of the media for the purposes of defamation law — another decision that helps support the idea of protecting acts of journalism, rather than just specific people who are defined as professional journalists Read more »
MLB.tv added Chromecast support for its iOS and Android apps on Thursday, giving baseball fans yet another way to stream America’s favorite pastime to their televisions. As always, live streaming requires a $129.99 MLB.tv premium subscription and in-market games are blacked out. Previously, you could mirror the MLB.tv website from a Chrome tab, but having the option to cast from an app usually improves video quality on Chromecast.
Google Fiber started as a project to show how broadband could be improved in the U.S. On its earnings call yesterday its CFO shared a statement that shows it had accomplished that mission. Read more »
Google continued its heavy infrastructure spending in the first quarter of 2014, to the tune of more than $2.3 billion. It’s the third consecutive quarter the company has topped $2 billion in capital expenditures. Read more »
Are you receiving a barrage of text message “invitations” to try an app? Blame desperate messaging apps that are trying to “growth hack” their way to survival. Read more »
Citymapper is more known in London than it is in the U.S., but with $10 million in new capital it plans to expand into other big metro areas where large numbers of public transit commuters live. Read more »
Twitter follower analytics company SocialRank is shaping its product up to cater to brands and individuals curious about their followers. Read more »
If email drives your business, can you afford to have over 20 percent of the emails you send not make it to your customers’ inboxes? Poor email deliverability negatively affects your bottom line and your relationships with your customers, but there are ways to take control. Read more »