What would you do if your iPhone was stolen?
Circa’s second generation mobile breaking news feed offers customizable content but could raise questions about the privacy of users.
Sheryl Sandberg Sells Facebook Stock for $91 Million (Mashable)
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg raked in $91 million late last week after taking advantage of the social network’s recent stock bump. According to a filing made Friday afternoon with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Sandberg cashed in 2.37 million shares — which is only about 5 percent of her total shares — at prices ranging from $37.79 to $38.78 on Wednesday.
Kate Middleton in Labor (The Daily Beast)
Kate and William like to do things their way, and the birth of their first child is proving, so far, to be no exception. With no fanfare, no sirens and no police outriders, a dark Range Rover and a shiny new Audi nosed their way calmly through the traffic-free streets of London shortly after dawn this morning, covering the one-and-a-half miles from Kensington Palace to the private Lindo Wing of St Mary’s hospital in a couple of minutes.
IFTTT, whose name is an acronym for “if this then that,” gives users the opportunity to create if/then tasks across Web services and apps.
The average American adult spends 58 minutes a day using his or her smartphone — and just 15 minutes of it is talking, according to a study released today by Experian.
Foursquare launched an update for its iOS app that allows users to share the insights the app offers on their check-in activity on Facebook and Twitter.
Boston Marathon Explosions — a ‘Live-Tweeted Disaster’ (ReadWrite)
Two explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon have killed two and injured more than 100, with reports constantly changing as new updates flood in. As is now par for the course, news of the disaster broke first on Twitter, and the microblogging service remains an unparalleled source of breaking news and first-hand accounts — not to mention media criticism of news outlets that jumped ahead of the facts in their reporting.
Foursquare has just released an updated version of its application for iPhone that puts exploration front and center.
Apple is the dominant maker of smartphones sold in the United States, and its operating system continues to hold its ground against Android, according to data released today by comScore.