It's like Facebook's Newsfeed. But on Twitter.
How Monster, maker of the world's premiere overpriced HDMI cables became Monster, maker of the world's premiere over headphones, and then lost it all.
And how to opt out.
No one bought a new TV for 3-D despite the massive multi-year push from Hollywood and the TV industry. But 4K might have a different story. Just watch this.
Gift cards are terrible gifts, and Facebook Gifts triple terribly so, BUT Facebook Gift Cards â€”Â actually gift cards with Facebook emblazoned on the front â€”Â have one neat trick: They can hold balances for multiple different stores. Meaning you can give somebody $20 to spend at Target, $10 at Starbucks and $1 at the Olive Garden. But really, you shouldn't.
For the first time ever, more daily active users accessed Facebook through mobile devices than a desktop, with 157 million of its billion users only signing in through mobile apps.
BlackBerry's back from the dead, at least for the moment, with two new BlackBerry 10 phones.
You will need to buy four things. Sorry, there's no way around it.
Barnes & Noble currently has over 680 stores, at one point opening 30 new locations a year. But now it expects to close 20 stores a year over the next decade. Which is fine, sort of, as more reading moves to screens. But, unfortunately for Barnes & Noble, sales of its Nook ebook reader aren't spectacular.
CBS continues to crush editorial independence and morale at CNET as it continues to forbid the tech site from reviewing or saying good things about companies it is suing. "Morale is plummeting," Romenesko reports.
What it means that it's now a Facebook subsidiary.
On its developer blog, Facebook calls out " apps that are using Facebook to either replicate our functionality or bootstrap their growth in a way that creates little value for people on Facebook, such as not providing users an easy way to share back to Facebook." It's unclear what Facebook function Vine replicates, though, besides having friends.
It doesn't want Twitter to see who your Facebook friends are.
I sort don't want to imagine a 5-inch iPhone, but if one were to come into existence, it'd probably look something like one of these exhaustively considered options by Rene Ritchie. Which, ugh. But.
To you. How invisible metrics are reshaping Twitter.
No matter how ridiculous it is, or the New York Times makes it sound. You just go ahead and take pictures of whatever you want.