“This is like nerd prom,” said Howcast’s Katy Zack, coming through the door to the packed Irving Plaza ballroom for last night’s Boxee Box launch event.
“More like a nerd rock show,” chimed in NY Tech Meetup’s Nate Westheimer, heading to the bar.
Digerati like Union Square’s Fred Wilson and Foursquare’s Naveen Selvadurai mingled in the Read More
Last night, on June 23, Avner Ronen, the founder and chief executive of Boxee—the open-source software platform that reinvents the living room by bringing all kinds of Web content onto your TV screen—announced that Major League Baseball will be the first premium content provider to stream Read More
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Standing on the stage at Webster Hall in front of a standing-room only crowd on March 24, Avner Ronen, the founder of Boxee, announced some big news: Hulu is back. Mr. Ronen, dressed in his Boxee shirt, beer in hand, released a new “alpha” version of Boxee, the open-source software Read More