Guest Post Why OpenTable’s new acquisition isn’t a waste of money.
This morning OpenTable announced that it’s bought food photo app Foodspotting for $10 million.
Foodily launches the latest version of its recipe sharing network to give people a better way to talk about food online.
A class-action lawsuit was filed against 18 high-profile mobile application companies this week, resulting out of recent reports that these companies “steal” user address books.
Editor's Pick Path got caught red-handed uploading users’ address books to its servers and had to apologize. But the relatively obscure journaling app is not alone. In fact, Path was crucified for a practice that has become an unspoken industry standard.
The other night, over a heated (ha ha) conversation about soup, a new acquaintance asked me, “So, what’s the best soup in San Francisco?”