How to run a global media enterprise on an open-source, community-driven language.
It’s great having a guy who replies to texts immediately. But what if he doesn’t actually exist?
Twitter’s best features have come from its users. Here’s what they want now.
Marc Lore, who sold his company to Amazon for $500 million, is willing to make one big promise about his new site: You won’t find a lower price anywhere.
Overeaters and lazy trouser-wearers rejoice!
The further you kick the immigrant, the higher your racism rating.
Hinge, the fast-growing mobile dating app that looks to connect friends of friends (and their friends), just raised a fresh $12 million to expand.
We asked Americans to try some Japanese beauty products. Things got a little weird…
As startups are moving in, longtime residents are being evicted at higher rates than ever before.
The move follows a big round of layoffs for the company.
“So, you work on the internet… how?”
Vergiss das Gerede von “Gegenwart”.
Can you guess if this business advice is from the Kiss bassist’s new book, Me, Inc., or from the prolific venture capitalist?
The social media giant has announced a feature which allows users to let family and friends know they’re safe if they’re located in a disaster zone.
“You put the music back in the box with a pencil?”
The saddest page on the internet.
A long-broiling lawsuit between Snapchat, its CEO and CTO, and ousted co-founder Reggie Brown, has been settled. The company dropped the news during Apple’s launch event today.
“It’s that when I talk, it really isn’t a reflection of my soul – it isn’t a reflection of who I am.”
Send me a U-haul emoji so I know it’s real.
I got twentysomething problems but an app ain’t one.
The online retailer of affordable fashion jewelry has now raised a total of $15.6 million.
“All social media were stopped in Iraq my only escape is Whisper,” one user said Friday amid reports Twitter, Facebook and YouTube were being blocked in Iraq.
The dual lives of the Bay Area’s elite.
“No, that is unlikely; seems fine to us.”
Lumoid, which just raised $1.1 million in new funding, is bringing a bit of data science into the world of renting and selling photography equipment.