Like all of your favorite boy-bands from the ’90s, BlackBerry might be breaking up instead of taking some time off.
Path 3.2 is designed to give the user more control. It has tools for private sharing, designating an “inner circle,” and will now offer a premium subscription service.
Shareholders, including activist investor and second-largest holder of Dell stock Carl Icahn, will vote on the $24B buyout offer in just 12 more days.
Path has always taken a different … trail. So it’s no surprise that the private social network is laying down new tracks in an attempt to make digital communication more human.
In 2012, 2,357 private technology companies were bought for a combined total of $84 billion, according to a new report from research firm PrivCo. That’s slightly up 22 percent from 2011, but the real surprise is who is doing the acquiring.
Personal.com, one of a growing class of Dropbox competitors, has taken personally that age-old wisdom: “If you can’t beat em, join em.”