Guest Post Fragmentation between software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions is affecting the average business that has moved to the cloud. Here’s why.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said yesterday that company engineers can roll out any experimental features they’re testing to one percent of the social network’s users.
A: Yes. And every author will enjoy the benefits of an in-built audience.
LinkedIn will shutter its Answers Q&A service at the end of January, a sign that the service wasn’t driving enough engagement on the site. Could Quora use this moment to take the spotlight?
Do you want the United States’ presidential election to be more like American Idol? Sixty percent of smartphone users say yes, at least when it come to voting on your mobile phone.
Quora co-founder Charlie Cheever will soon move away from day-to-day operations at the popular Q&A site he helped create back in 2009.
Social network Quora made some interesting additions to its service today in an attempt to become the Internet’s go-to place for detailed information about any topic.
Taking advantage of powerful social media channels, Republican VP nominee Paul Ryan has posted criticisms against President Obama on the popular question-and-answer service Quora.
The question of when Quora will finally release its Android app has finally been answered. It’s today. Quora for Android landed in Google’s Play store and the Amazon appstore.
Question-and-answer service Quora searches for a bigger audience with the addition of a new feature.
Mark Zuckerberg and his current employees aren’t the only ones making it big in Silicon Valley today. Former Facebook employees who have struck out on their own and started companies — referred to as the Facebook Mafia — have collectively raised a total of $271 million in funding since 2006, according to a report from venture capital database CB Insights.
Happy Monday, funding news enthusiasts. We’ve got a few stories for you today, from question and answer site Quora to data intelligence startup InsightSquared.
Current Facebook employees aren’t the only ones making deals this week. Two former Facebook execs raised $50 million at a $400 million valuation for question-and-answer site Quora, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The Internet has long been a go-to resource for getting a question answered, but oftentimes the answers you get come from less than stellar “experts”. Beepl, a social Q&A service hopes to solve that problem. The site launched out of private beta today and is available to the general public.
[vimeo 33887254 w=640 h=360] Question and answer company Avvo, a competitor of Quora‘s that focuses on medical and law queries, is fighting off legal battles while developing its service. It has one goal: make these otherwise elusive professionals as accessible as possible.
Guest Post Much to the dismay of pretty much everyone on the web, a federal judge decided yesterday to allow luxury brand Chanel to seize and shutter 228 web domains that it argued offered counterfeit versions of its products.
Decision-making app Opinionaided announced today it has helped answer 2 million questions and raised $4.3 million.
Guest Post Jenn Prentice is content manager of technology Q&A site Experts Exchange.
Investing in and using Bitcoins, a digital currency that can be transferred directly from person to person through the Internet, is a particularly bad idea because it is unstable and is being used as a speculative vehicle. That’s the consensus answer on question-and-answer site Quora.