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The Culver City multichannel network and digital media company today said it would launch a division to develop and produce original feature-length movies using its online talent base.
On this week's Launch List: $5 Wi-Fi, another valet app and funny weather.
Online publisher Woven Digital of Culver City has acquired basketball news publication Dime Magazine to help expand the sports division of its biggest web property Uproxx.
Online publisher Evolve Media has acquired DogTime Media and its two pet-enthusiast properties, DogTime.com and CatTime.com.
FreedomPop is offering unlimited voice, text and data through 10 million Wi-Fi hotspots across the country for a fraction of what mobile carriers charge for similar contracts.
Black Tux has tapped VC funding to make suiting up affordable and easy.
The DTLA startup has beta-launched as a ride-sharing app for parents who struggle to find safe carpools for their children.
When airlines purchase Boeing 737 airplanes, the most popular jetliner in the world in terms of orders, they will now have the option to include Global Eagle Entertainment Inc.’s pre-installed satellite system.
Mandalay Digital Inc.’s stock began trading under the ticker symbol “APPS” on Tuesday as the company settled into its new headquarters in Texas.
Mike Randall, the Venice app’s vice president of business and marketing partnerships, has left the company after just seven months.
SpaceX is in talks to receive an investment from Google that would finance an ambitious plan to provide high-speed Internet access through hundreds of satellites.
VXI Global Solutions, a downtown L.A. business processes and information technology services company, has acquired software product developer Symbio. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
On this week's Launch List: "Tinder for Seniors," a wearable-integrated iBeacon and an online wholesale clothing marketplace.
The partnership with the online video platform is not intended to move the Culver City network off YouTube, according to a source, who said the deal is an “experiment” and that the Vimeo competitor will still be Maker’s primary partner.
Whether you like it or not, your smartphone is keeping tabs on you. And Sense360 wants to give developers a sneak peek at your data diary.