Advertising network for widget makers pulls in a second round of funding to compete with major online ad networks such as Google.
So much for economic belt-tightening. Just seven months after its Series B, Gigya has pulled in another funding round.
Google+ users will find even more ways to use the same log-in credentials to access Web sites, apps, and share information.
Tech companies like Google, Apple, and Facebook may be trying to dethrone PayPal as your default digital wallet. Here's why Amazon could have the best shot.
DoubleClick to serve up widget ads that Web surfers can grab and embed into their own sites in a viral marketing scheme.
Photo site improves its sharing tools by partnering with Gigya. It's also revamped its slide show publishing and mobile site for WAP phones.
Hummer Winblad Venture Partners' Will Price leaves his post as general partner to join Widgetbox as its chief executive officer.
The social music service, now owned by CBS Interactive, will be distributing its streaming radio stations to partners like Bebo, Ning, and eMusic.
For makers of widgets--modest little pieces of software that let people do things like play games, annotate photos, or send "pokes" to each other on Facebook or MySpace--it seems the buzz has turned to a worrisome hush.