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Google grabs Pixate to improve its apps, and others

Pixate helps developers design and prototype their apps on iOS and Android

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Meet Roust, the social network that gives political nuts a safe place to troll

If you're sick of political posts clogging up your Facebook news feed, send your "friends" over to Roust, where impolite discussion is encouraged.

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Massachusetts examining how Uber, Lyft cater to the disabled

The attorney general's examination will consider physical, visual or hearing related impairments

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Homejoy's loss could be Google's gain

As Homejoy shuts down its home services business, employees reportedly move to Google

Reddit to crack down on objectionable content

Anything no longer goes as Reddit attempts to restore calm after some rocky weeks.

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Facebook tests buy button on Pages to help small businesses sell you stuff

The social network's e-commerce efforts go beyond the News Feed and into your favorite businesses' pages.

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Uber settles suit over girl killed by driver

The terms of the settlement in the 2013 incident are confidential

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To Hillary Clinton, Uber is a double-edged sword

The presidential candidate also issued a stern warning to tech executives

Reddit chief Ellen Pao resigns amid vitriol, protests

Pao leaves after the company's firing of a key employee sparked a user revolt

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Facebook lets you avoid the algorithm and control your own news feed

Sometimes humans are better than machines are better at figuring out what they want. Who knew?

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Why presidential hopefuls are posting like mad to Snapchat

A full 60 percent of Snapchat's users are aged 13 to 34, which is why a full 50 percent of the current GOP candidates are seeking young voters there. Here's what's up with the social media platform that could swing the next two presidential elections.

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Facebook to use all renewable energy in its next data center

It will invest at least $500 million in a 110-acre site in Texas

'We screwed up': Reddit CEO Ellen Pao tries to calm furor

After controversial firing, Pao admits 'we screwed up.'