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blogs.wsj.com - 7 readers - AOL has agreed to acquire Convertro, a big-data tool for online marketers.
thenextweb.com - 6 readers - App.net today revealed the results from its first major round of subscription renewals a few weeks ago, which coincide with a year after the original launch of the Twitter alternative.... Keep reading →
engadget.com - 6 readers - Following Edward Snowden's PRISM leaks last year, companies such as Apple, Google and Microsoft sought to distance themselves from the NSA and claimed
techcrunch.com - 6 readers - During his appearance at TechCrunch Disrupt NY today, Google's "Captain of Moonshots" Astro Teller briefly talked about Project Loon, the Google X project..
valleywag.gawker.com - 11 readers - If you're one of Twitter's 255 million monthly active users or MAUs, you may have noticed company insiders sub-tweeting Wall Street. Only a suit, they scoff, would fail to recognize the value of a company your mom sees flashing across her TV screen.
npr.org - 7 readers - Cops worldwide are getting savvy about social media, branching out beyond Facebook to solve everything from murder cases to thefts.
adweek.com - 6 readers - Pinterest is betting that it knows what users want, even better than Google, and the social-pinning firm’s nascent ad business hinges on convincing advertisers it can deliver. The San Francisco company is starting to sell Promoted Pins, which can be bought by keywords.