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Here’s how Google can boost the mobile ad market (VentureBeat)

SAUSALITO, Calif. — Google doesn’t know everything about the world, but it does know this: Some companies don’t buy mobile ads in bulk. Not yet, at least. 94 more words

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DiligenceEngine in VentureBeat

A recent piece “All rise: The era of legal startups is now in session” by Nicole Bradick in VentureBeat describes how funding for companies in the legal space (technology providers as well as Newlaw firms and LPOs) is starting to catch up to the market’s potential. 145 more words

Europe’s newest VC firm, Station 12, focuses on media, entertainment (VentureBeat)

The European VC scene is getting creative in coming up with themes for its funds. Please welcome one focused entirely on growth-stage opportunities in media and entertainment and media technology companies. 14 more words

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Closely lets you spy on your competitors … and steal a few moves

Above: Closely’s Perch app.

Image Credit: App image via Closely, illustration by Eric Blattberg / VentureBeat

April 8, 2014 10:00 AM
Eric Blattberg

Closely helps small businesses keep track of the competition with Perch, a social monitoring app for iOS and Android. 188 more words


Does the Cloud have space for me?

I just read a book excerpt by Astra Taylor that made my blood run cold.  It asserts that women in technology experience even worse conditions than women in the corporate sector, with half the pay of their male counterparts and very low respect on the job, leading to a 56% attrition rate. 120 more words

From Russia without love: VB gets DDoS'd

Well, this is embarrassing.

You might have noticed a little slowdown and oddness on the VentureBeat site over the past few days, mostly because we’ve been experiencing a DDoS, a distributed denial of service attack. 334 more words


Learn the dirty secrets of mobile monetization at the Mobile Summit

Mobile monetization is a lawless territory, and not every pioneer is as honest as they should be.

People are spending much more time on mobile devices than they are on desktops… 1,859 more words