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Quoted: on Tinder and vanity

"The irony of Tinder is that in some ways the lack of information, or text, is actually less superficial than having the information." — Sean Rad, CEO of Tinder, tells Rolling Stone that just because the dating app relies Read More →

Playstudios raises $20 M as mobile leads gaming industry

In a nod to the booming popularity of playing casino game on a smartphone, Playstudios, a mobile and social game developer in Burlingame, has raised $20 million from investors. Playstudios makes free apps for gaming enthusiasts who want to access Read More →

Study: Majority of $1 billion tech companies in past decade outside of Silicon Valley

Maybe the world is finally flat, with innovation and growth flourishing anywhere. In this vision, Silicon Valley doesn't have any special sauce that brews companies that reach a $1 billion valuation.

Hmm.

According to a new Read More →

The dream of the ’90s is alive in Facebook Rooms

Ah, the 1990s: The grunge music, the overabundance of  flannel, the anonymous chat rooms you explored on your 28.8 dial-up modem. Facebook is reviving at least one of those blasts from the past with its new standalone chat Read More →

Luxe on-demand app alleviates SF parking crisis

Parking is a problem in San Francisco, you say? One startup is proposing a solution to the maddening shortage of parking places in the city, which results in 20, 30, 40 minutes of circling blocks to find a spot downtown and Read More →

What’s new: Google Inbox, Twitter Fabric and Digits, Yahoo redesign

Google, Twitter and Yahoo have been busy, and they're doing it all for you, don't you know. • First, there's Inbox from Google, an invitation-only-for-now email-management service. It helps filter, sift through, highlight key points, etc. It can also Read More →
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