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techcrunch.com - 11 readers, 183 Tweets - Say what you want about Google+, but it incubated two great products at Google: Hangouts for video meetings and Google+ Photos. While Photos is still deeply..
blogs.wsj.com - 10 readers, 129 Tweets - Facebook and Bharti Airtel launched an Internet.org app in Zambia to provide free access to Facebook and other online services to people who might otherwise have no Internet access.
huffingtonpost.com - 11 readers, 140 Tweets - Facebook is betting you love talking to your Facebook friends so much that you'll download an entirely separate app for the privilege. In a matter of days, people will no longer be able to use the Facebook app on their iPhone or Android phone to ...
slate.com - 5 readers, 38 Tweets - Remember when Twitter was dying? That was last quarter, when its earnings report showed that it was growing somewhat more slowly than analysts had expected. Clearly, eulogies were in order. (For those not fluent in tech-pundit-ese, “Growing somewhat more slowly than analysts expected” translates loosely to “dead.”) Funny thing about...
online.wsj.com - 8 readers, 949 Tweets - Twitter quieted its doubters, at least for now, over its ability to jump-start shrinking user growth in the shadow of larger rival Facebook.
forbes.com - 10 readers, 303 Tweets - "The largest information network in the world": Prepare to hear that phrase out of the mouth of Twitter CEO Dick Costolo a lot in the coming months. Costolo and his fellow executives used it four or five times on Tuesday's second-quarter earnings call, signaling a shift in how they want [...]
techcrunch.com - 11 readers, 100 Tweets - Twitter has acquired image search startup Madbits for an undisclosed amount. The purchase makes sense because the social networking site has been focused on..
businessinsider.com - 9 readers, 280 Tweets - "We want to help you tell your professional story in the best way possible."
techcrunch.com - 9 readers, 879 Tweets - Instagram is taking on Snapchat by turning your best friends' faces into the shutter button with today's official release of its first standalone app Bolt,..