Dunkin’ Donuts today released applications for iPhone and Android that allow customers to pay with their mobile devices.
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The third major installment of hotter-than-hot camera app Instagram comes with “Photo Maps,” or geo-tagged photo journals.
GetGlue, a social network that lets TV viewers check-in to shows, is launching a new iPad application for discovering what to watch on TV.
Brand name retailers such as Wal-Mart and Target have formed a new company called Merchant Customer Exchange to release a mobile wallet application for customers.
Klout launches an all-new scoring system alongside a dramatically redesigned site to make its calculations more accurate and less ambiguous.
Social media monitoring service Viralheat has today added Pinterest integration to help its brand and marketer clients better understand how the people of Pinterest are discussing their products and services.
Groupon missed Wall Street’s top-line estimate and reported $568.3 million in revenue for the second quarter of 2012.
Facebook’s stock picked up steam after the company got strong votes of confidence from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and Microsoft.
Courtesy of Airbnb, 60,000 people couch-crashed, apartment-surfed, castle-raided, and island-borrowed on Saturday, August 4.
Google is updating its handy-dandy instant results to make them more attractive, more engaging, and more readily available on mobile.
Facebook has begun testing a feature that lets members mail photos as printed postcards.
Appeasing its vociferous power users, Foursquare has returned a popular feature for viewing just the check-ins of nearby friends to its mobile application.
Facebook makes mobile less risky with an ad unit designed for application makers.
LinkedIn has released upgraded developer tools to stimulate application development and supply its service with enough content to keep members continually engaged on its web and mobile platforms.
Helping people everywhere answer the nagging question, “what’s that song?,” Shazam today celebrates its 5 billionth tag,
Two weeks after introducing its first ad product, Foursquare has hired a vice president of sales.
Twitter added language support for Greek, Basque, and Czech, making the the information network available in 33 different languages.
Social media idealists are now taking up residence at App.net, the would-be status update safe house for consumers for and developers.
A controversial open letter directed at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg left another Marc (Andreessen) in quite the pickle yesterday.
The social network barely exceeded Wall Street’s already-tempered expectations by posting $1.18 billion in revenue and earnings per share of $0.12 for the second quarter of 2012.