Chengdu, China-based photo editing mobile app Camera360 released its updated version which now has streamlined design and packed features, including one that lets users store photo data in the app's cloud service.
Burbank, US-based movie giant Warner Bros Studios is in talks with Stockholm, Switzerland-based indie game developer Mojang to make a movie based on the popular video game Minecraft, according to a Twitter post made by Mojang founder Markus Persson.
Singapore-based non-profit organization Earth Hour joined forces with Singaporean crowdfunding site Crowdonomic to raise funds for tech projects that aim to assist environmental endeavors in Southeast Asia.
Redwood City, California-based mobile finance app Robinhood emerged out of its private beta to let signed-up users trade stocks for free instead of paying a fee for every transaction done.
San Francisco, US-based sales communication platform ClearSlide landed $50 million in a Series C funding round led by Social+Capital Partnership to provide a service that boosts productivity of salespeople.
Paris, France-based event planning mobile app WePopp paired up with San Francisco, US-based restaurant booking app OpenTable to integrate restaurant booking service into the steps required to plan for a given event.
Burbank, US-based movie company Warner Bros is mulling over a $10 million to $15 million investment in YouTube game-focused web video site Machinima, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Chicago, US-based artist community and e-commerce site Threadless launched an iOS app for its online T-shirt and hoodie business after existing exclusively on the web for a long time.
California, US-based human management and financial management software vendor Workday acquired San Francisco-based predictive analytics human resources software firm Identified for an undisclosed amount to enhance its product portfolio.
Venice, US-based brand and content management software maker ZEFR pocketed $30 million in a Series D financing round led by Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) for its international expansion and product development.
Mountain View, US-based mobile marketing startup Kahuna bagged $11 million in a Series A funding round from Sequoia Capital to create more effective marketing messages to customers.
Iowa, US-based iOS app Bawte helps its users organize and keep track of all their belongings by creating a catalog that sends reminders about warranty expiry and helps them take care of broken items through its free in-app live customer support service.
Japan-based mobile messaging app Line will launch an open sticker marketplace called Line Creators Market in April and will also release a Skype-like service in five countries.
With the spotlight suddenly turned on messaging apps after Facebook acquired WhatsApp, Chinese app WeChat released a major upgrade for the iOS and Android versions with new features such as real-time location sharing and chat history search.
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based database firm NuoDB landed $14.2 million in a Series C funding round led by European software firm Dassault Systemes to beef up its sales and marketing teams.