Digital archiving service Clipboard strikes a strategic investment deal with educational software company Scientia.
Photogs and fashionistas, meet cooks.
Guest Post I work in social media, and Pinterest is the first social network I have joined lately that I didn’t go to with some marketing end goal in mind.
Whether New Year’s Eve involves a quiet night on the couch, a gathering of friends, or a wild party, here are tech tips and tricks for ringing in 2013.
We survey the top venture capital investments into tech companies of the year. To make this elite list, you needed to raise at least $89 million in 2012.
Editor’s Pick Modal pop-ups! Crazy typography! Larger-than-life images! Here’s all the best — and worst — from web & mobile design in 2012.
In 2012, the promise of the social election finally came to fruition. From gaffes and memes to true triumphs, here are Washington’s top 10 tech moments.
With outlandish lawsuits, a botched IPO, and a detailed social record of historic world events, 2012 will be remembered as a year of extreme highs and lows in social media. Here are the top 10 social stories that defined the year.
48 percent of the most popular pins on Pinterest lead to expired pages on top retailers brands, according to a new study by Curalate, the social curation company.
Ed tech startup Grockit partners with Discovery to build and promote Learnist, a new social learning platform.
It’s not exactly a tit-for-tat swap, but around the same time Instagram photos were stricken from the Twitter experience Pinterest pins started appearing inside tweets.
Calling all Mark Cubans in consumer brands: Pinterest may be a greener pasture for brands to connect with customers than Facebook.
The audio-sharing network SoundCloud, which allows users to share not just music but any audio recording — from company earnings calls to cat impersonations — has just launched a new version, “Next SoundCloud,” at LeWeb in Paris.
There’s more of just about everything in Nielsens’ 2012 state of the social union report … all except the poor old PC.
Traffic is generally a good thing for websites. But perhaps Pinterest, which has been called the third most popular social network after Facebook and Twitter, has enough.
Foodily launches the latest version of its recipe sharing network to give people a better way to talk about food online.
Pinterest officially opened its doors to businesses, welcoming them with a promise to help them get the most out of their digital pin-board experiences
Because some things are better kept to yourself, Pinterest today launched a new feature called “Secret Boards.”
54 percent of the world’s biggest 100 brands are now connecting with fans and customers on Instagram, and brand adoption on Instagram is growing faster than Google+ and Pinterest.
Pinterest competitor The Fancy got a little fancier today when it took on $26 million in a new round of funding, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
90 percent of small businesses are Facebook, and 70 percent are on Twitter. LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest? Not so much.
Block away, people, because Pinterest now lets you get rid of your haters.
Online want marketplace Ubokia is launching a back-door e-commerce gateway into Pinterest, the most popular network for sharing (but not buying) beautiful stuff.
Guest Post Hiring great people and learning from “no” are two ways Pinterest’s Silbermann says his startup found success.
The additions up the total number of supported languages to seven, as the service is already available in English, two versions of Spanish, and two Portuguese dialects.
Popular social network Pinterest has finally brought its addictive photo-driven service to Android devices and the iPad, a sign it wants to seriously step up its game in mobile.
Editor’s Pick We met up with the director of development to discuss what the Dojo is doing about its current woes and why this place is worth saving.
Popular social networking service Pinterest has finally ditched invitations and opened its doors to anyone who wants to sign up on the spot.
Everyone knows Pinterest is huge and growing and driving huge amounts of traffic … and all online retailers want a piece of it. Indigo, the largest Canadian online bookseller, was no different.
An app for Pinterest, the website that lets you share photos in a “pin-board” fashion, may be arriving on Android soon. The company reportedly is listed as among exhibitors coming to this week’s Google I/O conference, a gathering of Android-related developers.
Everybody wants to be Pinterest.
Guest Post Smart marketers are putting a lot of thought into how to get their brands “Liked” on Facebook. But what happens after the Like?
Elegant discovery and sharing tool Fancy released a new iPhone and iPad app today, adding some simple social commerce to the mix that might just change the whole experience.