Location-based social networks are a hot tech trend, but rape allegations involving the use of Skout have brought safety concerns to the forefront.
Uber offers a luxury car service to smartphone users, but the company charges a big premium for the convenience.
The photo sharing site agreed to sell to Facebook for $1 billion, one month after Instagram's founders told South by Southwest attendees they wanted to stay independent.
Social-GPS app Waze recently upgraded its software to allow drivers to control the app without touching their phones.
Angry Birds Space, the sequel to Rovio's popular game franchise, brings the game out of orbit with new birds, planets, and other features.
A day before Zynga acquired his company, OMGPop CEO Dan Porter told CNNMoney that he wants his company to be able to make more offbeat games.
KLIK's facial recognition technology will identify users' facebook and twitter friends in real life - and could one day be used to identify anyone.
CEO Andrew Fisher talks about the company's plan to enter the television ad market and potential IPO plans.
Rovio CMO Peter Vesterbacka talks about the game's launch on Facebook and why the company rejected a reported $2 billion buyout offer from Zynga.
SCVNGR founder Seth Priebatsch hopes his new LevelUp app can use deals to get customers to pay for goods with their smartphones.
Fresh off the launch of its San Francisco office, SoundCloud shows off its iPad app.
Bump CEO David Lieb describes how his company's app is able to transfer information simply by bumping two phones together.
Sites like TaskRabbit and Zaarly let users outsource their everyday errands to people looking to make some quick cash.
The startup says its cloud-based note software will hold your memories for life.
Turntable.fm, a social music service that lets you play DJ to you friends, now has an iPhone app but still no business model.