Venture capitalists continue to throw money at social media, with the vague hope hope that some of it will stick. Most recently, Twitter announced today that it has raised another $200 million from venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and a number of other investors. That brings total capitalization to $360 million, and gives Twitter an overall value of $3.7 billion -- but the $64,000 question is, when can investors expect a return on their money from the microblogging service, founded in July 2006? ...
The new site ditches short-stay functionality like ticket sales and seating (that will remain on the old site) and focuses on content and conversation. ... Read the whole story
Microsoft unveiled a variety of updates and improvements Wednesday, both for Bing online and mobile search apps, at an event in San Francisco. The ... Read the whole story
On the same day Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was named Time's Person of the Year, a new report finds that college students ... Read the whole story
MTV Networks (MTVN) has implemented Janrain Engage to give site visitors one log-in across the network of more than 50 properties, as well as ... Read the whole story
2010 was the year social video advertising officially arrived, according to new research from Web video analytics firm Visible Measures. Indeed, categories that produced ... Read the whole story
And the winner is Mark Zuckerberg, in a walk! Of course, I'm talking about the naming of our beloved Facebook founder (after all, without ... Read the whole story