One year after its launch, Blue Jeans Network has expanded the reach of its interoperable videoconferencing service and secured a third round of funding worth $25 million.
But for Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, a C-Note was the key to cementing his control over the social networking phenomenon.
Social games company Zynga is adept at converting its current players to its new games, just as smoothly as some of the top video game franchises like Call of Duty, according to a new 21-page report by the game tracking service and social network Raptr.
Updated with official News Corp response below.
We don’t know what quite to make of this but CtW Investment Group, a union-affiliated shareholder lobbyist, is raising a stink about News Corp’s new independent director appointment, Accel Partners’ Jim Breyer.
What do Facebook, Shell and Pfizer have in common?
They all use software by Atlassian for product development. The Atlassian name may not have the same familiar ring to it as heavyweight software players like Oracle or Salesforce.com, but the company just got a major endorsement from Silicon Valley venture capital firm Accel Partners.