As of this morning, Twitter has the capability to create and store up to 18 quintillion user accounts. Because, of course, 4.3 billion user accounts is just far too few.
Instagram announced that it has added 30 million users in the last nine months, and those users are “liking” 1 billion photos a month.
“Seventy-one percent of consumers say they post hashtags from their mobile devices,” RadiumOne VP Kamal Kaur told me yesterday. “I’ve even caught myself hashtagging in my emails.”
Your app is wonderful, amazing, and awesome, and it’s one in a million. Literally.
Memolane is a small Internet startup in San Francisco, it says, that strongly believes in the power of memories. Soon, that’s all that will be left.
Editor’s Pick Half a year ago, serial entrepreneur had a crazy idea: build a social network that people actually paid for. Now with App.net three times bigger than his goal, he looks back — and ahead — at what the service is, and will become.
The company says its network of professionals come from 200 countries all over the globe and use the site in 19 different languages.
Facebook posted quarterly earnings today and dumped a load of data into analysts’ laps.
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Massively popular social network Facebook has reached a total of 750 million active users per month, reports TechCrunch.
Evernote, a note-taking and reminder app that works across computers, phones, and mobile devices, said today that users of Apple devices are more valuable to the company than non-Apple users.
Scvngr, the maker of a check-in app that asks users to complete activity challenges, is defying the conventional wisdom that services which broadcast one’s location to friends aren’t ready for the mainstream. Just yesterday, the app has reached 1 million users, founder and chief executive Seth Priebatsch tells VentureBeat, and added nearly 10,000 new users since then.