Topic: Web

Rabbl Wants to Help Bands Play High Energy, Successful Shows

Rabbl Wants to Help Bands Play High Energy, Successful Shows

I love music, I just can't play it.  But my lack of musical talent is okay, I enjoy music as a fan.  Concerts are great and I'm always stoked when a band I like releases new music.  I even have friends who are in … [Read more...]

VineClient Brings the Entire Vine Experience to the Web

VineClient Brings the Entire Vine Experience to the Web

Vine, the 6-second video app that has exploded in popularity since its launch earlier this year is a great app for iOS and Android, but one place that is missing out on Vine is the web. Currently there is no official … [Read more...]

Recommendation Wars: Taboola Bests Outbrain and Becomes Profitable

Recommendation Wars: Taboola Bests Outbrain and Becomes Profitable

There are two major players in the online content recommendation game, those two being Outbrain and Taboola.  Both companies focus on serving up the best content to audiences around the web and you have likely … [Read more...]

Russia’s Mail.Ru Invades the U.S. with My.com

Russia’s Mail.Ru Invades the U.S. with My.com

We don't typically cover a lot of Russian companies, but then again, it's not every day that a major company from that country makes headlines here. Mail.Ru, which I guess you could consider a Russian take on Yahoo, is … [Read more...]

Carbonite Eliminates 200GB Throttling Cap In Response to Our Article

Carbonite Eliminates 200GB Throttling Cap In Response to Our Article

You may remember an article I wrote back in August titled Two Years Later: My Initial Carbonite Backup Isn’t Completed where I discussed how online backup service Carbonite throttled your upload speed once you … [Read more...]

Mega Brings Site Out of Beta, Promises New iOS App and Encrypted Communications Service

Mega Brings Site Out of Beta, Promises New iOS App and Encrypted Communications Service

For Kim Dotcom, MegaUpload was just the beginning. After MegaUpload, one of the world’s most popular file sharing services, got shut down by the American government a couple of years ago, Dotcom shortly struck back … [Read more...]

Jinni Search Engine Helps Discover Your Next Favorite TV Show or Movie

Jinni Search Engine Helps Discover Your Next Favorite TV Show or Movie

In the age of digital content distribution, you can customize and craft your entertainment experiences any which way you prefer. Streaming services like Netflix and Hulu will recommend what you should watch next, and … [Read more...]

iGoogle is Dead: Here Are Three Great Alternatives

iGoogle is Dead: Here Are Three Great Alternatives

About a year and half ago Google announced that it would be shutting down iGoogle as part of its spring cleaning program.  Well that day is here.  As of today, iGoogle has been officially shutdown and now redirects to … [Read more...]

Redesigned Treehouse Hopes to Create a New Army of Coders

Redesigned Treehouse Hopes to Create a New Army of Coders

Back in February, I looked at Codecademy as a way to learn programming. Codecademy does a nice job organizing its various lessons and projects into tracks, and at the time, I was impressed with the whole setup. After a … [Read more...]

Amazon’s Kindle MatchBook Arrives, Offers Discounted E-Books for Buyers of Physical Books

Amazon’s Kindle MatchBook Arrives, Offers Discounted E-Books for Buyers of Physical Books

Remember Amazon's Kindle MatchBook service that was announced but not launched back in September? It looks like it's finally ready. Amazon has updated the front page of its website to announce that Kindle MatchBook is … [Read more...]