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On IPO eve, Twitter employees still seem convinced they're going to cash in big soon -- despite the fact the company is bleeding money.
Trick or treat?
Essentially, the idea is to satisfy employee demands for the latest web and mobile apps within the boundaries of each IT department’s rules and regulations.
Selfies have arguably blown up (so to speak) thanks to front-facing cameras installed on smartphones. When will the madness stop?
Twitter surprised users by forcing an update that automatically shows photos and videos in timelines, and for some users this is a serious problem. Here's how to hide those images with AdBlock.
Wall Street was actually expecting a loss at 15 cents per share on a revenue of $36.74 million.
Based on the third quarter earnings report alone, Facebook's CEO defended, "The results show our approach is working.”
Dubbed AmazonSmile, the service is touted as a way to make it easy for customers to support their favorite charities each time they shop online.
"We recognize the current climate and sensitivity around products like this," admitted LinkedIn's CEO.
Analysts are going to have a lot of questions this afternoon given the Intro security debacle.
Starting today, Facebook is testing an update to Messenger on Android that could replace standard text messaging.
The search box used to be a trusted place where our secret lives could be indulged...
This week's Melbourne Knowledge Week celebrations expected to drive newcomers to ThoughtWorks' Weekly Hack Nights for Humanity, whose developers have half finished a module for expanding the globally used OpenMRS e-health system.
Twitter and Pinterest saw the biggest jumps in revenue per visitor. Twitter alone saw an 300 percent uptick, according to Adobe.
While Indian organizations have embraced mobile applications for employee enablement, they should look more at leveraging them to better connect with customers and partners, according to Forrester.