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$50M Worth of Shares Sold by Twitter Top Management

by Dharti Shahon December 3, 2014
The US Securities and Exchange Commission confirmed that Twitter’s top executives sold off almost $50m personal stock holdings during November, with the CEO, Dick Costolo, detaching almost 50% of his holdings, and co-founder Ev Williams leading the charge by offloading $28.7m-worth of shares. Twitter’s most famous face, Jack Dorsey, sold $2.1m worth of equities, along [...]
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Twitter To Peek Into Your Downloaded Apps For Targeted Ads

by RJ Kon November 30, 2014
Twitter is pushing hard to get the most out its resources by target ads. With this it is ramping up its advertising efforts with a help from your data. The recent announcement from the company tells that it will collect information about the apps that you download in order to provide a “more personal Twitter [...]

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Twitter Introduces Search Service Through The Twitter Index

by RJ Kon November 23, 2014
It’s search time with the newly announced Twitter Index. The social media giant on Tuesday has announced that it has indexed and made searchable every public tweet made since the microblogging platform’s launch in 2006. The results from the search will be available through the “All” tab of search results generated by its Web client [...]
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Xbox One’s Latest Update Comes With Twitter Integration

by RJ Kon November 10, 2014
To all the Twitter lovers who are also Xbox lovers here is a good news. The November update for the system will offer new Twitter integration feature. This new update will let the players of the Xbox to live Tweet game clips and screen shots, and also keep track of tending Live TV shows. The [...]

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Twitter’s Big Plans with the New ‘Fabric’ for App Developers

by RJ Kon October 27, 2014
Twitter, a couple of days back has released a new software development kit at the developers conference. It is called as Fabric. It definitely is the friendliest platform till date for all the mobile app developers. It does a lot of pretty cool things. But what is significant in knowing about a platform that is [...]
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iPod Classic to be Laid to Rest by Apple

by RJ Kon September 12, 2014
On Tuesday Apple has launched its remarkable products such as the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple pay and Apple watch. With its new products Apple has announced the discontinuation of its  revolutionary product iPod Classic. The iPod Classic being the one of its kind technology developed by the company represented the line of iPod [...]

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This Incredible Smart Ring Delivers Alerts to Your Finger

by RJ Kon September 3, 2014
Smart ring has been in news from some time now. Researchers are developing different rings that can serve different purposes like unlocking your door. This NFC ring can also unlock devices much smaller than a door lock: your smartphone. Your interest to find and try the latest smart ring might just depend on how much [...]
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No iCloud Breach: Says Apple After 40 Hours of Investigation

by RJ Kon September 3, 2014
Following days of speculation, Apple after successful investigation has said today that the hack of celebrity accounts did not include the breach of iCloud or Find My iPhone. Apple also said that the hackers obtained nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other female celebrities by pilfering images from individual accounts rather than through a broader [...]
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ZipRecruiter Receives First External Funding, $63M

by Ranjan Yadavon August 27, 2014
ZipRecruiter, founded in 2010, is the easiest social networks job posting service online that automatically distributes to multiple job boards on the web. The global market for jobseeking and hiring services is projected to be worth around $85 billion. A startup named ZipRecruiter has recently announced a major round of funding that it expects will [...]

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Amazon Acquiring Twitch for Over $1 Billion

by Ranjan Yadavon August 27, 2014
Amazon, the Seattle, Washington based international e-commerce and online retailer, has confirmed acquiring Twitch, a live streaming video gaming platform, for $970 million in cash. Amazon’s recent quarterly report states that it had around $5.06 billion in cash and equivalents at the end of the period. Amazon is poised to spend around 20 percent of [...]
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Mydala talks investments with Sweden/Russia

by Ranjan Yadavon August 12, 2014
Mydala, offered by Kinobeo Software, is a rapidly growing group buying site with over three million users. Mydala has recently caught the attention of Russian and Swedish venture investors. Heavyweight internet investors like Russian billionaire Yuri Milner’s DST Global and Sweden’s Kinnevik are in talks with Mydala for a $40 million fresh funds investment for operations expansion. The deal would [...]

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EA apologises for Nintendo joke

by Ryan Burgesson April 2, 2014
Yesterday was April Fools as we all know and this means people trying to be funny on a concept that I think lost it’s appeal a long, long time ago. EA’s Frostbite Engine account on Twitter took to saying rather mean things about Nintendo’s Wii U after it was revealed EA wouldn’t be making any [...]
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Turkey now looking to ban YouTube… Again

by Ryan Burgesson March 28, 2014
Turkey’s telecoms authority has taken an ‘administrative measure’ against YouTube because of an audio leak that contains Turkish Officials discussing Syria. I want to try and explain something, the internet isn’t just a hole you can plug and be done with this just creates even more holes and eventually you run out of appendages to [...]

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Turkish Finance Minister defends Twitter ban

by Ryan Burgesson March 24, 2014
Turkish Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek has defended his governments ban on Twitter and accused the social networking site of not complying with court orders. Simsek said: The Turkish telecommunications watchdog has made a number of statements saying that they have asked Twitter on a number of occasions to remove some content on the back of [...]
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Gmail Slowly Returns After Crash; Funny Tweets From Yahoo & Others

by Eric Brownon January 25, 2014
Gmail and other Google services like Google+, Google Hangouts (GChat) have returned after an outage. It was long enough to send Gmail’s millions of users to Twitter to complain about not being able to check their e-mails. The Google+ outage also affected YouTube comments under the new system, which means those weren’t loading at all on videos. [...]

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Top five Suggestions to Expand your Twitter Following Online

by Chris Murphyon October 17, 2013
When it comes to online community, Twitter’s latest activity and development has become the size of Facebook. It’ll only take you a couple of minutes to have things going with creating a Twitter account and posting messages. It is simply so simple. For you to begin noticing outcomes, nevertheless, needs a great deal of time. [...]
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Instagram Or Vine: The Video-Sharing Battle

by Chris Murphyon July 23, 2013
Instagram recently updated its photo-sharing app and added video as a new way to share life moments. Competing with the video app, Vine, Facebook launched the video feature for Instagram last week. However, Vine and Instagram have a few different qualities to bring to the table. While Vine offers six seconds of video time, Instagram [...]
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#NBARapidReplay Brings Instant Highlights to Twitter

by Anna Johnsonon July 3, 2013
Twitter has a great influence on the sports world. Sports tweeters consist of pro athletes, fans, franchises and even popular parody accounts. As great as Twitter is at being a sports hub for alerting users of close games, great plays and historic moments, a common problem is missing the event live. Now, the NBA and [...]

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4 Things Every Band Needs in the Digital Era

by Chris Murphyon May 6, 2013
Making music has never been easier with bands and singers (ahem, Justin Bieber) getting famous just from YouTube. However, just because technology is rampant doesn’t mean that musicians are using it all to their advantage. There are a few things every band needs in order to up their exposure in all the right ways. For [...]
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Zynga Brings New Version of Draw Something

by Anna Johnsonon April 29, 2013
The pictionary-like game “Draw Something” has recently released a second version about a year after being acquired by Zynga. Zynga has been struggling lately in the app market after the first quarter. Zynga has seen most of its success come from games that involve some kind of social atmosphere. Its hit games like Words With Friends and [...]

 
 
 
 

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