Startup Spotlite has raised US$10 million from Sequoia Capital China and BlueRun Ventures.The funding will be used to construct out the product, make key hires and develop its advertising and marketing and promoting efforts, particularly in LatAm and Asian markets.
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Facebook has unveiled its latest premium video effort called “Watch,”a new platform for shows on Facebook that will be available on mobile, desktop, laptop and in Facebook’s TV apps.
Waze opened its first office in Latin America a few weeks ago, with a team of eight led by Luis Ita, country manager for Mexico.
English soccer team launched MUTV, an app to let worldwide fans watch live games through streaming.
Apps are at their peak and we will be seeing many ad-tech companies developing specific apps for each market under one same platform. As a result, mobile app producers will have to increase the current benefits of existing apps. Here are our 4 top mobile app predictions for 2017.
Portada tells you how the grocery delivery startup Cornershop came about, and how it plans to grow its team.
Mobile platform Unlockd has partnered exclusively with Boost Mobile, one of Sprint’s prepaid brands, to launch the first of its kind Android app Boost® Dealz that will help customers reduce monthly phone payments in exchange for viewing ads. (Interview with Sprint’s Oscar Meza and TruMC’s Alice Ovadia-Updated).
What: Mobile platform for brands and app developers Taptica has acquired Facebook’s programmatic social marketing tech company AreaOne for US $17 million. Why it matters: 83% of Facebook users are accessing the social network on a mobile device. Taptica, mobile user acquisition platform for brands and app developers, has acquired programmatic social marketing tech company AreaOne, formerly known as […]
What: Twitter-owned app Periscope has reached 10 Million users who watch 21 million minutes a day. Why it matters: Livestreaming appears to be growing quickly among consumers and Twitter seems to have a leading edge compared to other providers (e.g. Youtube) in that battle. Twitter-owned Periscope has revealed that it has reached more than 10 million users in just […]
The Wall Street Journal is rolling out its first mobile-only product, a paid, digest-style news app that consolidates digital and reconfigures its newsroom through staff buyouts.
App SnapChat raises US$537.6 million, reaching a possible US$16 billion valuation which would make the app maker among the world’s most valuable startups.Messaging services are becoming some of the most highly valued startups in the industry. Snapchat still has to face competence from big players like Whatsapp and Facebook own chatting service , which have led the company to consider a possible IPO in the nearest future.