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Users can buy products directly from their news feeds from select advertisers, the company says.
Mentions is an iPhone app that helps celebrities manage their Facebook accounts.
The company is trying to remake its image—literally—in the wake of legal scuffles in NYC and San Francisco.
Google+ now allows fake names on the network, but that doesn’t mean Google has stopped caring about your identity.
The payment notifications ended up in a junk mail folder, a Sony executive says.
Sites that rely heavily on Flash elements will soon be flagged in mobile Google searches.
Yahoo Japan's end-of-life portal covers everything from online data to cremation.
Roadtrip Mixtape picks songs based on the route of your roadtrip, introducing you to local bands while you're on the road.
Yahoo reported falling sales in the second quarter and mixed results in its critical advertising business.
Since the social network's inception, Google had required that people use their real names in profiles, but that's changing now.
The agency has received 677,000 comments on its proposed net neutrality rules
Regulators consider Lyft's peer-to-peer model a violation of city regulations on for-hire car services.
Previously, Seattle had put limits on the number of cars allowed on the road. But the city's mayor brokered a deal with taxi operators, legislators, and ride-sharing companies.
The month-long tournament sparked more than international rivalry—it generated hundreds of millions of posts, comments, tweets, and likes across both networks.
The anonymous app’s Monday update adds a Facebook login and better discovery tools.