Vine is testing editorially-curated video lists based on specific categories and has banned “explicit sexual content.”
Scientists are developing an online lie detector for Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to determine the veracity of online rumors.
A few days before Valentine’s Day, a new app caught the attention — and secrets — of Silicon Valley. Secret reflects a trend toward more intimate, personal forms of communication in much the same way as its predecessors.
Five Vine clips are shared every second on Twitter and branded Vines are four times more likely to be shared than branded online videos.
The new app MeetAtTheAirport.com enables travelers to find travelers to connect while delayed at the airport.
Pushlocal takes a hyper-local approach to connecting local customers with local businesses, non-profits and their local government.
Elevatr is a new app to guide startups through the process of experimentation and business plan development, to go from idea to viable business.
What would you do if your iPhone was stolen?
Soon you’ll be able to look your friends in the eye (sort of) when you log into your favorite social network with Google Glass. Google has just announced at the I/O conference in San Francisco that the futuristic eyewear will come with applications for Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Evernote as well as publications like CNN and Elle.
Readers can now browse Pinterest as well as books using the new Pinterest app for NOOK eReaders that was released today on the Barnes & Noble app store.