The most mobile-centric properties in the world are two you probably wouldn't immediately expect: Pandora and Twitter.
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Don't call it a home run, but slumping deals company Groupon isn't striking out with Major League Baseball -- quite the opposite, actually. The organizations announced Thursday that Groupon is now official daily deals site of MLB.com.
LivingSocial, once the promising number two deals company behind Groupon, confirmed today that it has laid off 400 workers, or around 10 percent of its global workforce.
Steep me. Fill me. Remember me. Those messages greeted me upon opening my blue, tea-themed gift set, which Matt Brezina selected for me using his latest mobile-gifting venture called Sesame.
Brezina is CEO and co-founder of two-year-old Sincerely, makers of …
In her first public interview as Yahoo's CEO, Marissa Mayer channeled Vince Lombardi, the legendary former coach of the Green Bay Packers, to explain how she prioritizes her demanding life.
Feeling nostalgic? Skip the endless status-update sifting and turn to startup Animoto to relive your top moments of 2012.
Facebook was either an amazing driver of purchases and traffic over the holiday shopping weekend or a complete non-factor. So which is it?
With fresh funding and big-name backers, Lift is now exponentially more fit to help people keep their resolutions.
Editor's Pick Facebook members were chatting up a storm about retailers on Black Friday, but did their conversations, "likes," and shares amount to sales?
Tumblr has joined the elite ranks of Google, Facebook, and Twitter to become one of the 10 most popular services in the U.S.
Fresh Black Friday data from e-commerce juggernaut eBay and payments specialist PayPal highlights this year's holiday shopping theme: the mall of America is in your pocket.
Holiday shoppers didn't totally forgo long lines and early call times on Black Friday, but they did grab their smartphones and iPads to help them navigate to the best destinations, online or off.
The Biebs may want to brush up on his dance moves. In just four months, Korean pop star Psy has outdanced the teen heartthrob to the top of YouTube's charts.
Turkey Day is no longer just a day to gorge, give thanks, and watch football. We're now celebrating our American heritage with our pocketbooks too, using the holiday as an excuse to shop until the tryptophan kicks in.
You want to save money. Utilities want you to conserve energy. Middle-man Opower thinks it can satisfy everyone with a brand-new platform designed to get people excited, yes excited, about energy conservation.
Facebook is now better assisting its direct response marketers with the addition of a self-service tool designed to measure and optimize campaign performance.
Editor's Pick This is no redesign. It's a new product with a new purpose and a design meant to evoke emotion. And, if you have the patience to get used to a whole new experience, it's addictive.
Belly today arrived in San Francisco with 150 partner merchants ready to go live with quirky digital loyalty programs.
Facebook launched a share button for its mobile website. The feature finally makes the once complicated process of reposting status updates on mobile effortless.
Facebook today launched a new section that allows members to view more updates from the Pages they follow. The release could be enough to proactively stop a dustup from erupting into something bigger.