Facebook director of corporate development Gary Johnson is moving over to Pinterest in the role of head of corporate and business development. Johnson had been with Facebook for six years, following stints with Credit Suisse, Jefferies & Co. and Apple. At Pinterest, he will lead strategy for key global business initiatives and be tasked with...
I wrote a Politico column today about Trump’s tweets from yesterday: It’s difficult to exaggerate how mind-blowing these tweets are. If a friend on Facebook shared the fake Muslim video, you’d hesitate to credit any of his opinions going...Show More Summary
Terdot, a new trojan based on the infamous Zeus malware, has been identified by security researchers. And according to Bitdefender, the trojan not only hacks banking and credit card information like its predecessors, but has the capacity...Show More Summary
Today’s Stories These tech companies want to get rid of fake news Say goodbye forever to Facebook app invites Apple is giving out free Postmates Unlimited Mashable sells to Ziff Davis Virgin Hyperloop One goes to India Credits Written...Show More Summary
Several members of our Frequent Miler Insiders Facebook group reported receiving a great targeted offer today for the Gold Delta SkyMiles credit cards (both personal and business versions): up to 75,000 SkyMiles: 50,000 miles after making...Show More Summary
Mrs. Basher is fed up with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest, so she's going to let them all have it. (Link to video)In the new end credit sequence, the three main characters in the Clementoons universe are Clement, Mrs. Basher, and mini-monster Sprocket. Show More Summary
Texas church shooter Devin Kelley was stopped by 55-year-old Stephen Willeford, a sharpshooting plumber from Sutherland Springs, Texas. Photo credit: Breitbart News via Facebook During the shootout, Willeford managed to snipe a part of Kelley that was unprotected by the killer’s body armor. Willeford doesn’t have any military experience. Show More Summary
Zeynep Tufekci tried to tell us. She tried to tell us in November 2012, just after Barack Obama beat out Mitt Romney for a second term as president of the United States. Obama's win was credited in part to a sophisticated online campaign...Show More Summary
The president's digital director orchestrated the Facebook campaign credited with propelling Trump to victory, but did he collude with Russian trolls?
Messenger started making it easier to pay your friends for dinner back in 2015 when it introduced the option to transfer money in-app with a credit or debit card. If PayPal has always been more convenient, though, you'll love this collaboration: Facebook and the payment service have teamed up to give you a new way to split the bill. Show More Summary
The selfie is everywhere—Facebook, Instagram, Twitter—and soon your bank could be asking for one in order to approve your purchase or credit card application.
NEW YORK (AP) — The selfie is everywhere — Facebook, Instagram, Twitter — and soon your bank could be asking for one in order to approve your purchase or credit card application. Payment processing giant Visa Inc. is launching a platform to allow banks to integrate various types of biometrics — your fingerprint, face, voice, etc. Show More Summary
Facebook's main source of revenue, selling advertisements on its platforms, has come under intense scrutiny lately due to alleged election influence exerted by Russia through the company's platform. But, while not great for Facebook's...Show More Summary
(Image credit: Magnolia Market/Facebook) By now, you've heard that HGTV heavyweights Chip and Joanna Gaines are ending their mega-hit home renovation series, Fixer Upper, after 5 seasons. But what you may not be aware of is why the Shiplap-loving duo has decided to retreat from the spotlight. READ MORE »
You have got to give Mark Zuckerberg credit for maintaining his boyish faith in the benevolent influence of technology, even in the face of so much evidence to the contrary. Since founding Facebook as a callow student at Harvard, Zuckerberg has insisted that walls of privacy and gatekeepers of...
Stephen P posted a nice deal in our Frequent Miler Insiders Facebook group today: Portal payouts at HP.com are up to 14 miles per dollar today. This will stack nicely with the current Amex Offer for a $75 statement credit with a purchase of $350 or more. Show More Summary
While large Silicon Valley companies like Google and Facebook are often credited for being "net neutrality supporters" in the media, their actual support of the concept is often incredibly flimsy. Though it's quick to claim otherwise,...Show More Summary
Every time is like this: filling forms with username, email, credit card, phone number, password and more. Otherwise, just go to the social-connect button and use your Google/Facebook account as your identification. Then, get an app like Dashlane to manage passwords and, finally, go sharing and purchasing things. Show More Summary
You probably saw all over Facebook, a RBC add promoting their new US based Black card. On the surface, I was very excited about the no annual fee version when comparing it to the Gold card (see below). However, once I read the fine print (and discussed with customer service representatives), they are not what it seem. Show More Summary
Summary: Enabled publisher clients will get credit for Facebook and YouTube distributed video, while Hulu will provide certain partners with credit for series content on its platform.