Facebook’s Instagram photo-sharing service has been treading softly as it experiments with showing advertising to its users, but you can expect to see more commercial messages there in the coming year.
AdvertisingAge reported this week that Instagram has signed Read More →
Yahoo will stop letting people sign into its services with their Google or Facebook credentials, in a move that carries both symbolic and financial implications for Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s attempts to re-boot the struggling Internet pioneer.
In coming months, Yahoo Read More →
It seems like every Internet company needs a drone strategy these days. Just a few months after Amazon announced it was working on using unmanned aircraft for package delivery, word surfaced on Tuesday that Facebook is in talks to buy Read More →
Sarah Slocum, the Google Glass enthusiast who ran into an angry backlash at a San Francisco bar last week, has shared a short video of her experience that shows a little more of what happened, although the full picture still Read More →
It seems like every week brings a new round of stories about Google Glass and the frictions that can arise as people grapple with questions about the proper uses of new technology.
Reuters is reporting Tuesday that Google has Read More →
Facebook has been ramping up efforts to encourage more posts and updates by and about Hollywood celebrities, movies and TV shows. Now it’s hired a former executive from Ryan Seacrest’s production company to serve as head of “entertainment partnerships” for Read More →