Anthony Ha


Zynga Files for $1 Billion IPO

Zynga, the social gaming company behind hits like CityVille and FarmVille, just filed its S-1 form laying out its plans to raise up to $1 billion in a public offering.

Cooliris Reinvents Itself

For the past five years, Cooliris has been a company with a lot of promise—but despite a slick product and the backing of famous venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, it never quite made it to the top tier of online startups.

Has Google Learned From Social Failure?

With Google+, it looks like the search giant may have finally built a social product that people will use.

Can Developers Be Frenemies With Facebook?

When news leaked recently about Facebook’s plans to launch an official iPad app, it looked like bad tidings for startup Oecoway and its popular Friendly for Facebook.

Twitter Courts Journalists

In case there are any journalists out there still scratching their heads about Twitter, the company has announced a new website called Twitter for Newsrooms.

Foursquare Raises Another $50M

It has been a week of good news for Foursquare.

Netflix CEO Joins Facebook’s Board

Just in case anyone had any doubts that Facebook is becoming a major media business, the company announced today that it's appointing Netflix CEO Reed Hastings to its board of directors.

Should Verizon Data Caps Scare Mobile Startups and Advertisers?

The age of limitless data on your smartphone may be coming to an end.

Foursquare Says 10 Million Members Have Embraced the Check In

Foursquare announced a big milestone today: The location-based social networking service says it has more than 10 million members.