Stepping even further into the media fray, LinkedIn announced today that it has acquired the popular news reader app Pulse.
Digital news magazine app Pulse has always been good at making sense of the many news sources available online, but now it wants to cull the insanity of your social circle to find only the most popular articles and links.
News aggregation service Pulse is turning its attention to the mess of news that’s shared by friends across multiple social networks.
A Q&A with the founder of Pulse, an app that is changing the way we consume the news.
Digital magazine service Pulse released a new web app version of its popular mobile news reader today, which takes plenty of design cues from Microsoft’s forthcoming Windows 8 software.
Editor's Pick Pulse, which makes a news reading app for Apple and Android tablets and smartphones, threw a party in the penthouse of the Kimberly Hotel last night to celebrate it big growth. “These guys offered to pay me for using our technology,” said Richard Ziade of Readability. “I should have accepted their offer.” He shook his head with a laugh, admiring the view and grabbing a slice of seared tuna off a passing tray.
Windows Phone 7 users, rejoice! This week, the gorgeous news reader app Pulse will finally make its way to Microsoft’s new mobile platform, the company announced in a blog post today.