News Coverage

PubNub – A Cloud Service for Node.js
Jan. 24, 2012
PubNub – A Cloud Service for Node.js PubNub is a cloud service that allows developers to add a messaging layer without putting the load on their own Node.js environment. Instead, developers that use Node.js may deploy PubNub to scale up to billions of messages per day. Read More
Top 10 Enterprise Cloud Apps and Services of 2011
Dec. 26, 2011
Top 10 Enterprise Cloud Apps and Services of 2011 PubNub. One of the hilarious fallacies of “walled garden” service architectures is the illusion of exclusivity. By making users sign an agreement explaining exactly how they must use their services, complete with terms of use, carriers and service providers are betting that they’ll presume they can’t find some way to utilize the same (or better) functions some other way. Read More
From DevOps to NoOps: 10 Cloud Services You Should Be Using
Nov. 14, 2011
From DevOps to NoOps: 10 Cloud Services You Should Be Using PubNub offers publish/subscribe messaging as a service and supports real-time, global messaging for cloud and mobile apps. Pusher and Amazon SNS (Simple Notification Service) provide similar services, but PubNub is amazingly quick, getting as close to real-time as the web gets, and is very inexpensive, even for millions of messages. Developers can leverage the PubNub REST API, which is an asynchronous, streaming API. Read More
Client Push Services Open Up Real-Time to Everyone
Sep. 14, 2010
Client Push Services Open Up Real-Time to Everyone The number of services offering real-time APIs is slowly but surely expanding and it looks like we're going to have to add quite a few more. The real-time client push services that we know of at the moment are:
  • Beacon
  • Hookbox
  • Kwwika (disclosure: author is a founder)
  • PubNub
  • Pusher
  • WebSync
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Too bored to comment? Click Meh button on Facebook
Aug. 17, 2010
Too bored to comment? Click 'Meh' button on Facebook Todd Greene, creator of the button, says it’s a hit on many sites. “What’s great about real-time technology is that you see the results immediately, you don’t have to wait,” The New York Daily News quoted him as saying. Read More
Developer Proposes ‘Meh’ Facebook Button
Aug. 13, 2010
Developer Proposes ‘Meh’ Facebook Button Ever read a friend’s post on your Facebook feed that’s, well, a little blah? Todd Greene, the CEO of Pub Nub, a San Francisco-based technology and social games developer, says there should an option for saying just that. His answer: the “meh” button. Read More
When you care enough to click: Proposed Meh Facebook button
Aug. 13, 2010
When you care enough to click: Proposed 'Meh' Facebook button The little button has been a surprising hit, says creator Todd Greene, CEO of the San Francisco based real-time technology and social games developer PubNub. Read More
Techzing 49 – PubNub / Scaling the Real-time Web
Jun. 27, 2010
Techzing 49 – PubNub / Scaling the Real-time Web Justin and Jason speak with the co-founders of PubNub about how they’ve built a real-time data service that works across all major browsers and mobile devices and is capable of scaling to 300K connections per server with latencies measured in mere milliseconds. Read More