Storify opened the book on Storify Business today, a premium service that gives users access to advanced features built for large media organizations and professional journalists.
Google+ comments on Blogger posts can be public or privately shared. Readers can choose to view top comments, all comments, or comments only from people in their own Circles.
Robinhood launched a mobile app today to guide you through the dangerous woods of stock market investing.
Mobile-game monetization rates are worse than social and other game platforms.
After a month of speculation, Twitter has finally launched a full-fledged app for the iPhone and web dedicated to music discovery.
Facebook fans who are worth over $1,600? How does that work?
During the final pitch session at Demo Mobile, five startups presented social products that seek to help people communicate, make smarter fashion choices, and even hunt for beer, together.
Pocket, the service formerly known as Read It Later, completely overhauls how you share things across all its platforms.
Image monetization startup Stipple has debuted a killer new social commerce tool that lets sellers make sales through picture sharing on networks like Facebook and Twitter.
Tweets that you read and accounts that you follow are fairly likely to be on subjects that you care about. Tweets that you write are almost guaranteed to be about something that matters to you.
Social games are weakening, while mobile is growing.
Cue all kinds of Facebook social graph mapping jokes.
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Like so many other social media products available to businesses and brands, SocialFlow wants to help those high-dollar customers manage their online presences.
When Facebook launched its Home skin for Android this past Friday, we wondered if Twitter -- another powerful social network -- might want in on the action. Twitter VP Michael Sippey said today that he wants to see a greater presence for tweets on the Android lock screen like Home has.
It's the 16th day of the fourth month -- four squared, in other words. Which means it's Foursquare Day, and which means that you can visit Fourquare.com to get a personalized infographic of the past year year.
For the tech industry, it's hard to know how to respond to a tragedy like the Boston Marathon bombings. Here are some suggestions from our readers.
Lively has created an "activity-sharing platform" that seeks to tighten the connection between senior citizens and their loved ones. Today, the company opened up a Kickstarter campaign to support its product line and generate ore-orders before general availability this summer.
Crowdfunding payment service Flattr is no longer welcome when it comes to Twitter, the startup announced this morning.