Animoto, the service for creating photo and video montages with music soundtracks, announced a new version aimed specifically at businesses.
Shufflrr introduced a new cloud service this week that provides a place to manage PowerPoint presentations and reuse slides from existing presentations to build an entirely new one.
Box launched a new website last week to share its open source development tools.
Square, the company that helps small businesses take credit card transactions froma smartphone or iPad, might have reached a critical juncture.
SpringCM brings their content management technology to Salesforce.com, giving employees content in context.
Dropbox might just have gotten access to a bushel of cash.
Marketo fine-tuned their marketing platform with a new release, and claim a new level of personalization and ease of use for marketers.
If you want to attract the top IT talent in mobile development, you need to offer free lunches. A free gym membership, tuition reimbursement, working with the latest tech and a referral bonus wouldn't hurt either.
Backupify, the cloud to cloud backup vendor, announced they would be supporting a slew of new cloud services throughout this year.
Redmond has finally released Microsoft Office for the iPad, nearly four years after the first-generation iPad was releaded in April 2010.