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SendBird chat platform for developers adds $50M to their raise
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 by Brittany Harris
SendBird has announced that it has raised an additional $50 million, bringing its total Series B funding round to $102 million. The company extended the round in order to meet the rapidly growing global demand for in-app user-to-user messaging. Tiger Global Management led the extension, with significant participation from the initial Series B lead, ICONIQ Capital. ...
Subscribing to publications with carrier billing made possible
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 by Richard Harris
The mobile technology company Fortumo has launched PayRead which lets digital publishers identify and charge users through their SIM card, the most widely available digital identity globally.
PayRead is integrated with 350 mobile operators whose users can access digital publications through their mobile account identity. Should the reader wish to pay for digital cont...
WhatsApp chooses Nexmo for their business solution
Monday, August 6, 2018 by Christian Hargrave
Vonage announced that Nexmo is a provider for the new WhatsApp Business solution. In limited availability, WhatsApp is now opening its doors to businesses, allowing them to communicate with their customers on a more engaging platform.
By leveraging Nexmo APIs to simplify their integrations and handle the complexity of maintenance and operations, WhatsApp Business use...
Voximplant tells us about their cloud communications platform
Friday, December 9, 2016 by Richard Harris
Voximplant, a communications cloud platform for mobile and web app developers, has been working to improve audio and visual communications in real time. They provide the tools for developer to create their own web and mobile communication applications. We've sat down with Alexey Aylarov, the CEO of Voximplant to talk more about what their company is about and where the ...
Extending Back End Systems to the Real Time Web
Wednesday, July 2, 2014 by Peter Moskovits
The Web was first designed for a very simple task: to distribute documents to wide audiences, primarily in academia. The browser, a dumb document-rendering engine, was introduced to display these uploaded documents, and thus eliminate or minimize the need of installing and maintaining applications on clients. And lastly HTTP, the underlying communications protocol betwe...
Chrome Dev Channel Release Brings News On Changes in Google Services
Wednesday, July 10, 2013 by Richard Harris
Mike Tsao, Chrome Apps Tech Lead, has released the latest Chrome Dev channel release on Google's Cromium Blog. I n the blog he discusses changes in access to Google services such as Google Analytics, Google APIs and Google Wallet, and better OS integration using services such as Bluetooth and native app communication. Among items discussed were Identity API, In App Paym...