Qplay's device and service will stream video playlists from the Internet onto your TV. But will it be enough to compete with the likes of Chromecast and Roku?
All signs point to the social-networking giant filing its S-1 tomorrow, though nothing is yet known for sure about the company's plans.
Separating from parent Dow Jones, Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg are hunting out a minority investor to reincarnate their tech-news partnership that would value it between $30 million and $40 million, Quartz reports.
The app lets you edit and combine your clips with video clips from other users to create longer productions.
As the deadline approaches for Fairfax Financial to firm up its offer for BlackBerry, the two companies are jumping into the ring with co-founders Mike Lazaridis and Doug Fregin, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The two founders of the music discovery site are now applying the same technology to the entire web. Martin Stiksel and Felix Miller give us a tour of Lumi, which surfaces content based on your browsing history.
The new service lets you mash other peoples' videos in with your own clips, creating up to an hour's worth of edited magic.
The pair behind the site that recommends music based on your listening history wants to do the same for the entire Internet with a new service called Lumi.
College-age co-founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy are said to have netted $10 million a piece from a secondary offering.
At TechCrunch Disrupt, the Twitter and Square founder said that companies need to continually reexamine what they're doing -- and change as necessary.