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Every social network is on board with group chat, but in Pinterest’s case it actually makes sense.
The ebook subscription service wants to take a page from physical bookstores by adding a human element to its recommendation and book discovery features.
Near-instant gratification is now available in 12 markets, provided you get your order in early enough.
The revamped, relaunched Foursquare aims to take on Yelp with tips you didn’t even knew you needed.
Uber beat Lyft to the punch on the announcement, but Lyft’s carpooling feature is a fully realized product.
UberPool connects riders who live in the same area to save everyone money.
The on-demand e-hail app is expanding options with sedan and black car service.
With all signs pointing to a Google purchase of Twitch, the company behind Justin.tv has shut down the live video service to focus its attention on its popular site for streaming game play.
Android phones and tablets account for more browser usage than iOS for the first time.
Joshua Rogers decided to go public with the information after notifying PayPal of the problem on June 5
Businesses who don’t know how to manage their social media presence should remember that the Internet can be vicious.
Square is focusing on food with its Order app, and a Caviar acquisition could put the payments company over the top.
Facebook and OKCupid experiment on users. So what's wrong with that?
What's that hashtag mean? You may soon be able to find out.
The social network’s humanitarian mission to get the world online is, of course, skewed toward Facebook.