If you’ve ever wanted to save something you saw on Facebook and looked desperately for an email option, you can keep looking. Facebook isn’t adding anything that takes content or views outside of its nice little closed network.
MyWebRoom, a web-based content discovery app, raised $2.8 million today, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Today, Pinterest might have just gotten closer to revealing how its advertising strategy will look.
We compare five content-saving services to figure out which reigns supreme in the quest to keep your stuff organized.
Highlight, the location-based app stripping the serendipity out of meeting someone, is launching new features today inspired by the popular upcoming event South-By-South-West.
Read It Later, the company that lets you bookmark web content and access it on other devices, has secured a first round of funding for $2.5 million, according to a company blog post.
Apple is working on a feature called “Reading List” for its Safari web browser that will let users save stories to read later — pretty much the same thing that Instapaper and ReadItLater are doing now — reports MacRumors.
It’s Christmas time for Instapaper fanatics: Developer Marco Arment has finally delivered Instapaper 3.0 for the iPhone and iPad, bringing with it new social features, sharing options, and more.
Google today debuted a new Delicious migration tool for Google Bookmarks, as it aims squarely at fans of Yahoo’s bookmarking service who have been worried that its retiring could lose them their carefully chosen links.
Instapaper — a site that lets you quickly save what you’re reading to finish later — has unveiled its iPad version today, along with its plans for release.