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MashableMashable

Focused exclusively on Web 2.0 and Social Media

 
TechCrunchTechCrunch

Covering the latest tech news

 
Babble, Thoughts, Life and, oh yeah...Scraps!Babble, Thoughts, Life and, oh yeah...Scraps!

Digital Scrapbook Design freebies and also Facebook & Firefox Personas...

 
Frontiering TalkFrontiering Talk

Emerging marketing commentary, including Digital Strategy, Social media, mo...

 
BLOGBlokeBLOGBloke

The Original Blog Tips and Social Media Guide

 
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Information to keep you, your family and your information safe in a digital...

 


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In a bid to keep its creator community happy, Facebook announced that it's planning a whole new app just for them later this year. It's essentially a video creation app made just for its star broadcasters, who are also the same folks who ar...

For all of modern gaming's advances, conversation is still a fairly unsophisticated affair. Starship Commander, an upcoming virtual reality game on Oculus and SteamVR, illustrates both the promise and challenge of a new paradigm seeking to remed...

Instagram's algorithmic timeline is an abject failure if you actually want to see all of your friends' posts. As a way of seemingly admitting that, the photo-and-video-minded social network is testing a new feature called "favorites,...

 Today’s Stories  Do Not Disturb While Driving feature rolls out in Apple’s newest iOS 11 beta Sean Parker has left Spotify’s board; Padmasree Warrior, Thomas Staggs join in lead up to IPO Trump might kill next month’s n...

Facebook is revamping profile pictures to make them safer, starting with India. The company has launched two new features in India to reduce misuse of profile photos, announced on Thursday. Though the issue is not limited to that region of the world,...

RISJ Digital News Report: New models emerging from the wreckage of digital disruption  Journalism.co.uk by Nic Newman The 2017 Digital News Report offers some glimmers of hope that the news industry in Europe is beginning to move forward with new a...

 Despite being slow and invasive, the TSA doesn’t have a great record at catching threats. With the help of the Kaggle data science community, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is hosting an online competition to build machine lear...