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Powered by LinkedIn's 200 million users, the new service returns a treasure trove of data on colleges, so you can see where alumni live and work, among other data.
Facebook has designed a system that would allow individuals and advertisers to make direct connections to those physically nearby that share similar interests or are open to receiving certain advertisements.
Satire much? If so, these reviews will scratch your funny bone—and better yet, Amazon's looking for submissions.
The most successful crowdfunding campaign ever is very likely to end up a resounding failure -- at least on paper.
The use of tools to detect malicious patterns in apps led Facebook to temporarily disable some legitimate third-party apps that integrate with the social networking website.
Facebook's new mobile payment system may place it in direct competition with PayPal.
Facebook wants to use a new type of flash for long-term storage of data such as photos and videos.
Several Bitcoin wallet applications have been upgraded following a serious cryptography problem in Android that could allow attackers to steal the virtual currency.
Twitter has acquired Marakana, a company that provides open-source training, in a deal that will lead to the formation of a new development program at the social network dubbed "Twitter University."
A prominent U.S. Senate committee has launched a formal inquiry to investigate criminal activity and other risks tied to the use of virtual currencies such as Bitcoins. It's the first congressional inquiry into virtual currencies at a broad scale.
Who knew the free flow of information could sound so beautiful? Listen to Wikipeida turns the collaborative trade of crowdsourced information into a symphony of data.
Stringwire lets you take multiple live smartphone video feeds and turn them into an online news broadcast.
Learn what lurks beneath the Internet you use every day—a place where free speech, and illicit activity, can flourish.
The first one's free—but HBO's betting you'll get hooked eventually.