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Competitive games like League of Legends often get most of the acclaim on the Twitch community. But one rising audience is centered around a practice called “speed-running.”
King.com’s daily active user count actually fell compared to the last quarter, and the company is now more in need of a hit than ever.
Advertisers are going to get a chance to promote videos in their Tweets.
Twitch CEO Emmett Shear wasn’t born a leader, he became one almost by accident. And he now runs one of the most valuable video properties on the web.
Pinterest users originally could only send pins. The new feature now lets users reply to those messages, basically turning it into a full-blown messaging feature.
It’s called Lyft Line, and CEO John Zimmer says it’s more in line with Lyft’s vision than the normal car-hailing part of the app.
The updates should actually make the experience a little better for the app’s power users. The app is still quite valuable to Twitter, if only as a platform to produce Internet celebrities.
In the past week, two new smartwatches have been unveiled. But neither are running a phone operating system, and both are being marketed largely around their looks.
It’s called Bolt, but it’s only launching in Singapore, South Africa, and New Zealand to get things started.
The company reported its second-quarter earnings today. The stock is soaring, up 20% in extended trading.
Facebook’s recent earnings results were a blowout, but the growth rate of its daily active users is dropping. That’s why its plan to bring the internet to the developing world is as much about its business as it is about philanthropy.
The company’s shares have now nearly doubled their IPO price.
Mobile advertising now represents 62% of the company’s total advertising revenue. The company reported its second-quarter earnings today.
Sleep tracking is gaining steam in the tech world. Meet the newest entry.
The company reported its third-quarter results today, and it missed analyst estimates on revenue and quarterly guidance. Then again, there were no new products.
This time, Yahoo bought a mobile advertising and analytics company called Flurry. Re/code first reported the news.
The feature is similar to one tested in 2012, but the company said now was the right time to roll it out to the general public.
The $5 billion startup is revamping its applications to allow users to follow “interests.” The company says it’s somewhere between categories and Pinboards.
The company reported its second-quarter earnings today.