Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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Pinterest is taking a mobile-first approach with its next data-inspired scheme for content discovery, which could eventually open up to a new revenue stream.
Zoho and others have ended integration with LinkedIn after the business social media company decided on two developer partners in the CRM industry: Microsoft and Salesforce.
UPDATED: Coincidentally, the news about the Google+ chief's departure reportedly leaked on Secret, of all places, first.
LinkedIn already has a few familiar names signed up for Content Partners, including The Atlantic and Bloomberg.
When the Netherlands' intelligence agency took to Twitter to answer questions from Dutch citizens, hilarity really did ensue.
UPDATED: Mark Zuckerberg boasted that the contributions of Whatsapp could make it as ubiquitous as Facebook one day.
Adobe's Social Media Intelligence Report highlights how dominant Facebook is becoming as a social outlet for marketers and how they need to continually tweak strategies like they do when Google changes algorithms.
A case against Twitter was dismissed after a Manhattan judge said the complaint "does not allege that Twitter secretly limited that authority contrary to the standard practice in the securities industry."
Microsoft is signing up testers for a soon-to-be-released preview of "Office Mix," which is a new, interactive presentation application.
Facebook's sprawling Forest City, North Carolina data center is designed to be a beacon of energy friendliness in the watt-sucking world of server farms. On a recent media tour of the facility, officials showed off green-computing practices that they say have saved the company more than $1 billion.
But 300 million is not nearly enough for LinkedIn as the professional social network sets its eyes on the entire global workforce.
Trading under the ticker WB, the Chinese microblogging service cuts its shares offer to 16.8 million at US$17 each, due to concerns over slowing user growth and slowing U.S. IPO market.
Apple commonly copies other mobile operating systems and makes apps and utilities better. In this case, Microsoft did the same thing with notifications and may have just come up with the best approach.
Fliptop's software aggregates public web and social data. By acquiring its social data matching business unit, D&B plans to link Fliptop's unstructured social data with its own proprietary structured data.
Chinese Internet company Alibaba is preparing for IPO this summer. Smart tech vendors will need to adjust their focus to prepare for the seismic shift in the way we are soon going to shop online.