The ubiquitous "content farm" has bought one of the Web's most popular live-blogging tools, which counts many publishers including CNET as clients.
When you're covering tech's Super Bowl equivalent live, you really don't want your broadcasting platform to collapse.
Want to blog events in real time? Look no further.
New CoverItLive Enterprise makes it easier for writers to cover live events, and for media sites to sell advertising against that coverage.
Now you can update a live blog from Twitter.
Service adds easy way to embed streams from uStream, Qik, Mogulus.
I/O Live platform uses Google+ feeds to add running commentary to conference video streams. But it's really only half of a live-blogging tool, because it doesn't allow readers to comment.
Platform is no CoverItLive, but it will be useful for some writers and there's a lot to be said for its simple and open design.
Liveblogging sites around the Web don't work under onslaught of millions of fanboys.
The company says its Bloom Energy Server will deliver ample amounts of power in a small package--and change people's dependency on traditional power grids.