To try out photo comments now, you can post to Facebooker Bob Baldwin's thread or just wait for the public rollout.
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Guest Post BYOD is here to stay, and mobile virtualization is becoming a valid option, but it still faces challenges in becoming the best choice for mobile users.
With its audio-fingerprinting technology, the company says it can pinpoint 80 percent of would-be attackers on their first call.
"Web businesses have the potential to re-create the old pub experience, where businesses know every customer by name, their interests, and what makes them happiest in order to better serve them," said Intercom.
Guest Post What follows are 10 questions that every developer should ask herself over the next couple weeks in order to conduct an internal COPPA audit and ensure compliance.
The company is contacting affected customers individually and will transport the faulty vehicles, reinforce the striker brackets, and return the cars to their owners.
As part of its official launch, Cumulus Networks also revealed that it's raised $15 million in funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Battery Ventures, Peter Wagner, and four of the original VMware founders.
Want to plug database and caching stats into your New Relic dash? No problem, thanks to a new API and two SDKs (Ruby and Java) as well as a UI builder to keep your dashboard clean and your process fast.
In addition to the funding, ProxToMe is today announcing new iOS and Android apps as well as a web-based dashboard for tracking fan interactions with a performer's messaging and with each other.
Guest Post The mobile gaming industry has grown up. Digi-Capital reports that online and mobile games made up 49 percent or $31 billion of the entire gaming industry in 2012.
Guest Post How does this all relate to social media? Unless your insurance company does a great job determining your premium, they are likely to lose a lot of money on you because there’s not much margin for error.
The startup said it's closing in on a million students and serves up more than 8,000 courses. But the real stunner is the money earned by the site's top instructors.
Guest Post Most of the connected-car news over the past couple weeks has focused on Google's buy-up of social driving app Waze, but here are a few other innovations worth keeping an eye on.
It's interesting to see the Linux Foundation focusing specifically on women and socially-conscious developers in particular. This focus mirrors some of the most interesting trends in development in the real world.
This startup is trying to organize and make useful just about every kind of data imaginable -- not only large volumes of data but also data that appears at high velocities.
Social coding site GitHub has just launched Repository Next, a new design for repos that puts the focus on content, speed, and everyday use.
"Imagine I'm relaxing on the beach and get a notification saying the servers are down. I open up Binary, fix a couple lines of code, push the changes, and get back to playing with the dogs on the beach," says creator Darshan Shankar.
Some of the big ideas to come from the social network company lately include hashtags, Graph Search, and the long-awaited Facebook phone in the form of Facebook Home.
This submersible is barely the size of two soda cans, yet scientists think it might be useful for finding life on and around other planets, including Jupiter's Europa, an ice-covered moon.
The RK-1 is an Arduino-powered, Wi-Fi capable motorized robot you can control with an iOS or Android device.