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The Wikimedia Foundation is conducting an investigation into as many as several hundred accounts that have been paid to write articles on Wikipedia that promote organizations or products.
Need some lecture notes? How about an exam guide, or perhaps a video tutorial on Statistics 220 exam at the University of Toronto?
Let’s call it the Jerry McGuire strategy: Help me help you.
Guest Post While mobile messaging apps have skyrocketed over the past few years, we’re still waiting to see a dominant leader emerge in the space, as Facebook did with social networking.
A PR rep who is among the first Google Explorers has created a 3D-printed shade for Google Glass that makes it easier to read — and much less obvious to observers.
Telly, the video discovery service formerly called TwitVid, has raised a fresh $3.4 million investment, according to an SEC document filed today.
The most popular crowdfunding platform just broke an industry record. Two, actually.
Updated at 2:21 p.m. PST with comments from Hastings about subscriber growth from the Q3 live video presentation.
It’s a sad fact of life in Silicon Valley that the people who work the hardest are paid the least — and, for the most part, are completely invisible.
Editor's Pick URBAN TxT, a Los Angeles program teach young minority kids to build iPhone apps, open-source technologies, and Facebook apps, is raising $100,000 via nonprofit crowdfunding site Razoo to help black and Latino kids avoid gangs, learn to code, and stay in school.
More people than ever before are using online dating services and finding partners online. Public attitude towards these services is also improving and viewed by fewer people as the domain of the desperate.
Updated at 9:10 PM PT with additional details about the contract
Facebook announced this morning that it is allowing advertisers to target mobile consumers with video ads. Yup, full-video commercials are coming to your Facebook app on both iPhone and Android.
As of this morning, Twitter has the capability to create and store up to 18 quintillion user accounts. Because, of course, 4.3 billion user accounts is just far too few.
If people insist on sharing photos of their food before chewing, swallowing, and digesting it, their friends might as well get something in return.
President Obama today owned up to many of the problems with HealthCare.gov, the federal health exchange, admitting that there’s no “sugar coating it.”
Yahoo has lured away gadget columnist David Pogue from his 13-year post at The New York Times to lead a new push into consumer technology coverage.
When it was first released, Apple’s flashy flagship iPhone 5S outsold the cheaper plastic-bodied iPhone 5C by as much as 500 percent as early adopters rushed to get the latest and greatest. Now, that margin is down to just under 200 percent.
Tellabs, once a big player in the networking world, announced today that it’s selling to a private equity firm — a sign of just how far the company has fallen.
Guest Post Arie Shpanya is the CEO of WisePricer
You probably already know this, but Facebook is down.
Big Blue has won a much-needed victory in the ongoing battle for the government’s cloud dollars, after its tussle with Amazon over a CIA contract fell flat in court.
Former Apple developer relations employee Jamie Ryan says that Apple has been mocking up Microsoft Surface-style typable keyboards for iPads, and that the company could be releasing them tomorrow at its “Apple Event” in San Francisco.
The company did title the event “more to cover.”
Eye-Fi’s newest photo memory card, the Mobi, makes it a breeze to upload photos from your favorite digital camera to the web. And today, the company is launching a 32-gigabyte, $99 version of the card so that you can share a lot more videos or photos instantly.
Last week, Microsoft made a mistake, and today it’s making up for it. Sort of.
The finalists will present their innovative products or services to an expert panel of judges at our GamesBeat 2013 conference.
Sponsored Post The health care landscape is changing at an unprecedented pace. Health plans are charged with adapting to the Affordable Care Act’s numerous market reforms, using data to drive efficiencies, integrating new technologies, and engaging consumers—all while continuing to fulfill their traditional role as payers.
Editor’s Pick The first major investment from Mark Zuckeberg’s education fund? Panorama Ed, a polling company started by a Yale student in his college door room.
The government is shifting its tone in taking responsibility for some of the technical issues with the federal health exchange.
The Gun Box is meant to provide easy access without making it too easy for the wrong person to grab a gun.
Guest Post Matt Witheiler is principal at Flybridge Capital Partners
Windows 8.1 may be exactly what Windows 8 should have been, but that doesn’t mean it’s entirely stable.
The new virtual card is intended for subscribers who have no bank account and for those who have one but avoid shopping online for security reasons.
In honor of sitcoms and Snuggies, pumpkins and playlists, falling leaves and Grand Theft Auto, we’re taking a look at how the biggest players in digital entertainment are doing this fall.
Guest Post Adam Landis is the VP of business development for LifeStreet Media.
Apple has the prototypical good-news, bad-news scenario on its hands, with soaring sales of its flagship iPhone 5S contrasting sharply with souring sales of its “for the colorful” iPhone 5C.
Cancer research hospital MD Anderson launched a program, in partnership with IBM Watson, to eradicate eight different forms of cancer.
The $258 million invested in on-demand car service Uber led the way this past quarter as venture capitalists poured $7.8 billion in 10,005 deals in the past three months.
The Provo, Utah-based company designs, installs, monitors, and services solar systems with no upfront costs to the home owners. This means customers can go solar without actually buying or installing the panels themselves, thus lowering their energy costs.
Businesses sink or swim depending on the quality of their legal counsel, but despite these high stakes, the resources for finding good lawyers are shockingly limited. Priori connects small businesses with a curated, trusted community of lawyers, and the pricing is all up front.