Think Facebook is showing you an arbitrary or editorially driven selection of applications in its App Center? Think again.
stories by Jennifer Van Grove
Facebook today started offering some of its U.S. members a simple way to ensure that more of their friends see their super important, can't-miss status updates.
Twitter is testing the theory that advertisers want more than just campaign impression and click-through data to understand the value of paying to promote messages on the information network.
Sometimes a person wants to share a social moment with just a few folks, right when the mood strikes. For those occasions, there's Go-Matic.
Youbetme is a product for people who want to flex their muscles, intellectual or otherwise, and challenge their friends to bets big or small.
Tellagence for Twitter is a predictive tool that helps businesses tailor their status updates to the right people for the biggest impact.
HotelTonight acquired PrimaTable to perfect its approach to selling same-night stays at partner hotels.
Enterprises that want peace of mind when it comes to applications running in cloud or virtual environments can outsource management to startup AppEnsure.
Gaxsys today released a consumer-facing application called GaxWallet that aims to simply and expedite the e-commerce experience for brands and their customers.
In less than two weeks, a majority of iPhone owners have updated to the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system, warts and all.
If LinkedIn and eHarmony had a baby, it would probably look and act something like HireQ.
Today there's one less challenger trying to unseat veteran vacation destination TripAdvisor from its digital throne.
The brand, celebrity, retailer, or media company that wants to connect with and capitalize on its millions of fans can turn to OnCam, a brand new video publishing platform that enables live broadcasts to audiences of up to 10 million people.
Gravity is inescapable, especially if we're talking about the content personalization startup that goes by the same name.
As far as user milestones go, 20,000 is usually nothing to boast about. But for the App.net, the little achievement means the company can reduce its prices.
According to Facebook, advertisers who judge the success of their online campaigns on click-through rates are doing it wrong.
Mobile payments startup Square, just two weeks after closing more than $200 million in new funding, announced the acquisition of New York design firm 80/20.
Forty-one million dollars in funding should be a blessing. For troubled Silicon Valley startup Color, which launched with a bang a year-and-a-half ago, the substantial investment seems to have been more of curse.
Apple may not be a company accustomed to making public apologies for lacking products or services, but it does own up to its missteps on occasion, especially when its prized creation, the iPhone, is at the center of controversy.
Microsoft is buying a little influence for its number-two search engine with a strategic investment in Klout.