On-demand companies like HotelTonight and GetYourGuide are attracting investors in travel startups.
Anonymous sharing apps like Whisper push back against hyper-focusing on the details of one’s offline life in order to craft positive, public impressions online.
Twitter has hired a product director from YouTube to help its efforts in the Web video space.
The right person with a mobile phone at the right time can disseminate news sooner than newsrooms. But publishers should be aware of the potential pitfalls when using social media to research and report.
The hackers accessed a massive database and 716 megabyte file detailing over a million trades, among other things, and posted it to Karpeles’ personal website.
The Bitcoin Foundation addresses the recent media frenzy over the currency’s creator: “[Bitcoin is] ultimately controlled by no one.”
Vine is testing editorially-curated video lists based on specific categories and has banned “explicit sexual content.”
Sponsored InMail is being billed as a way to deliver customized content to LinkedIn users and “break through the limits of traditional email marketing.”
Social logins have become increasingly important as a way for consumers to identify themselves on the Web. And it looks like Yahoo wants a bigger piece of the pie.
Getty announced a new embedding feature on its website that makes 35 million images free for non-commercial use.