If Napster co-founder Sean Parker has his way, people will soon be able to watch the latest Hollywood blockbusters in their living room as soon as they premiere at the box office. New details laid out in a series of patent applications...Show More Summary
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And after joking about an Uber waiting for him, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin closed the event with a performance.
London-based mobile messaging startup Emoticast announced today a $5 million funding round from a flurry of bold-faced investors, including Napster co-founder Sean Parker, musician and entrepreneur will.i.am, famed DJ David Guetta, and former Maker Studios CEO Ynon Kreiz. Show More Summary
Emoticast believes it has found the best way make sure that music and music marketing take advantage of the current explosion in mobile messaging. Today, a group of all-star investors showed their belief the company with a $5 million investment in the startup. ___________________________ Mobile music messenger Emoticast has announced...
Emoticast, a social platform that strives to bring a little pop culture to the mobile messaging mix, has closed a $5 million funding round from some notable angel investors, including Napster cofounder and early Facebook president Sean Parker, hip-hop mogul Will.i.am, and DJ and producer David Guetta. Founded in London in 2014 by MySpace’s former European head James […]
Doing for a London-based theater what he wouldn’t do for wizard nerd (and Napster founder) Sean Parker, Ian McKellen has announced that he’ll once again be bringing Gandalf the Grey back to life. It’s been a minute—i.e., three years—since...Show More Summary
When Parker Jackson-Cartwright sprained his ankle in a game against Texas Southern on November 30, Arizona head coach Sean Miller must have been worried. His team’s offense, already a concern because of the retirement of Ray Smith and the continued absence of Allonzo Trier, was about to lose its only true point guard. Show More Summary
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As much as the movie theaters hate the idea, it is only a matter of time before the exclusive theatrical window for major releases shrinks from months to weeks. This past year, Napster founder Sean Parker made waves by announcing a service...Show More Summary
Arizona point guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright will miss about eight weeks with a high-ankle sprain, Wildcats coach Sean Miller said on Monday
How did Trump do it? User behavior on Brigade, Sean Parker's social voting startup, suggests an answer.
What Nate Silver et al failed to spot: Trump was three times as 'viral' as Hillary Clinton.
Californians overwhelmingly said yes to recreational marijuana on Election Day. Those in favor of the decision owe a big thanks to billionaire Silicon Valley fixture Sean Parker. The former Facebook president and founder of Napster contributed...Show More Summary
Sean Parker's civic-engagement app, Brigade, is striving to be a place to talk about the issues, but all voters want to do is vent their rage.
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Activist billionaires Sean Parker and George Soros and companies hoping to profit from legalizing marijuana in California have helped this year’s campaign for Proposition 64 raise close to $16 million, about four times the amount spent on a failed effort in 2010. With a week left before voters...