Flud built social news reader applications for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. The company will close down as of August 8th 2013.
The “eHarmony of jobs” announced that it is shutting down its service as of July 19th and shared the six lessons that could have saved the business, if learned earlier.
Editor’s Pick At Startup Grind in Mountain View, Dave McClure drops pearls of wisdom (and profanity) about what it takes to build a successful startup.
Apple has updated the maps that Australian police warned about yesterday, moving the town of Mildura out of Murray Sunset National Park and back where it belongs. But there are still problems right here at home.
Just when you thought the sad, ugly story of Microsoft’s Kin phones was over, along comes some leaked internal testing videos that makes the whole tale even worse.
You’d think that Ocean Marketing’s Paul Christoforo would try to avoid the limelight after one of the worst PR moves ever this week, but you’d be wrong.
Google Offers may have bitten off more than it can chew with its Cyber Monday deal from Newegg.com, a site popular with techies for computing equipment and other electronics.
Here’s a great example of how a seemingly noble social media donation campaign can go awry: Microsoft tweeted two hours ago on the Bing search engine’s Twitter account that it would donate up to $100,000 to help victims of Japan’s earthquake — but only if Twitter users retweeted its original post to broadcast it to their followers, at $1 per retweet.