The Trusper app enables users to create and discover useful content, then tracks engagement metrics to surface the best tips.
A new design by nuclear science startups could prevent disasters like the one in Fukushima, Japan.
After receiving $1.5 million in April, Yik Yak received an even bigger investment to facilitate growth and pursue its vision for unfettered communication.
In keeping with the “Best Startups of 2013” and “Startups to Watch in 2014” lists, social media monitoring firm Synthesio has set out to track the year’s hottest startups and see if they live up to the hype.
When it comes to the sharing economy, things are often very transactional. However, Gifteng, wants to make social sharing more about generosity.
Founded in March of 2013, Swayy was built to help brands and social media managers manage their social content strategy.
Today, the infographic marketplace Visually announced it has raised $8.1 million in a Series A financing round, led by Crosslink Ventures.
“While some social media users saw the news as a tentative but promising entry for Indonesian business into an industry whose roots remain firmly planted in Silicon Valley, others greeted the announcement with suspicion.”
Gabriel Shaoolian is the CEO of Blue Fountain Media, which started out as a small digital agency with just 17 people. Now, the company boasts over 200 employees, with clients like AOL and AT&T.
Los Angeles is known for much more than the entertainment industry. A hub for startups, there’s no shortage of up-and-coming social and tech businesses.
Great businesses frequently come from the sheer virtue of working on something else. And no one knows that better than Angelenos. Two years ago, Kyla Brennan was working at a company in Santa Monica-based incubator Science, when she developed the idea for HelloSociety – a Pinterest marketing and technology firm that represents the most-followed users on Pinterest. Read more