Saturday, February 22, 2020
The Tel Aviv startup is developing technology to let audiences at home or directors in the studio see replays at any angle they want. It's Intel's third big Israeli acquisition in the last few years
Google's update will give you 200 relevant stories from across the news spectrum in what should show up competitor Facebook
Small startups crave attention to get noticed by potential customers and investors, but miss doing simple things to get on a journalist's schedule
As stock image sites become increasingly crucial for online content, Singapore's MotionElements tells Geektime how it will position itself as the Asian go-to site for royalty-free video
This is the third straight year the company has raised a $15 million round
According to reports, YouTube is working on a new service called Unplugged, which will allow users live viewing of content from cable channels
The possibility the characters would be made one and the same has been talked about before behind the scenes. Flashpoint presents likely too good an opportunity to do it
Wochit has negotiated agreements with nearly a dozen content providers to create videos almost automatically but letting anyone to learn to video-edit quickly
The new map is the most up-to-date visual of Jerusalem's growing startup prowess, a parallel ecosystem to neighboring Tel Aviv
The deal adds another paper to Taboola's list of major clients which includes the Chicago Tribune and USA Today