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mashable.com - 12 readers, 534 Tweets - Facebook tweaked its News Feed algorithm to learn more about users' video preferences, both to surface better content and ultimately help sell ads.
thenextweb.com - 8 readers, 93 Tweets - Announced at at f8, Facebook’s open-source App Links lets developers deep-link across mobile apps. Today the company announced that over a billion individual link destinations have been created within apps using... Keep reading →
forbes.com - 17 readers, 277 Tweets - Its most recent valuation of $5 billion makes Pinterest a clear No. 4 among U.S. social networking companies, behind LinkedIn (current market cap: $20 billion), Twitter ($23 billion) and, of course, Facebook ($170 billion). On the basis of users, however, it's increasingly obvious that Pinterest deserves to be counted among the [...]
thenextweb.com - 12 readers, 259 Tweets - Google is removing images and Google+ follower counts from search results
engadget.com - 10 readers, 15 Tweets - Google+ Photos already saves originals of your edited photos, in case you ever regret some of the more Warholish tweaks you made. Now, Google is letting
theverge.com - 8 readers, 379 Tweets - So, Snapchat's just for sexting, right? Apparently not. Snapchat says that its most popular feature is now its most public, least ephemeral one: Stories. Snapchat tells The Verge that more Stories...