Napster co-founder Sean Parker, who became Facebook's first president, launched a new service yesterday, saying he had become "bored" by Facebook. The Airtime service, created with fellow Napster founder Shawn Fanning, allows video chats and file sharing with friends and strangers. Its star-studded launch wasn't boring, with musicians and comedians...
More than 10 years ago, Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning created Napster, the music-sharing service. Now they're unveiling a new joint venture: a start-up called Airtime, a social video service that lets people chat with their Facebook... Read Post
Facebook Founding President Sean Parker and Napster co-founder Sean Fanning are partnering up once again to launch a new startup called Airtime. Details are sparse but according to an interview with Forbes, Airtime is a live video s... Read Post