Hearsay announced today the release of their enterprise-level social media platform for corporations with local branches.
In the days following the launch of usehipster.com, over 10,000 people registered without a product even being released. It was the result of a clever landing page which has now been duplicated by internet entrepreneurs worldwide and it’s in the process of already jumping the shark.
Here’s a list of titles that are guaranteed to boost your traffic.
During a panel at the Inside Social Apps conference in San Francisco, the top Facebook game developers spoke about the state of the Facebook Platform and social games in general. The silence from panelists when Justin Smith asked the panelists about what Facebook can do to help small developers echoed the overall consensus from many in the room.
In the world of entrepreneurship one of the most important forms of currency is information. If you aren’t on Quora, you probably don’t have that currency.
This morning Google officially announced their Google Places application for iPhone and after playing with it for a bit, it appears as though the company just stole Yelp’s business, something that’s much cheaper than acquiring them.
While Buddy Media may be telling all the press that the $23 million they just raised was for “hiring new people”, we know what they’re really doing with the massive new war chest.
For the second week in a row The Social Network has topped the box office, officially surpassing $45 million in revenue since it was released a little over one week ago. With nearly unanimous approval from the critics, there’s a good chance that this movie is going to continue to have great performance at the box office.
As promised during my brief live blog which was interrupted by not being able to access the internet, here are a few photos of this afternoon’s Twitter redesign announcement. While we’re still digesting the announcement and testing out the new version of the site, we thought we’d share a few photos from today!
We’re live at today’s Twitter announcement which so far appears to be extremely secretive. While Techcrunch has published some initial details about what to expect, we have a feeling that inline videos and pictures are not the audience given the number of press attendees that are present.