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Hinge closes the door on casual dating to focus on serious relationships

Hinge, the dating app that uses Facebook to connect you with friends of friends, has today announced that it will be sunsetting its original app. In its place, Hinge will be launching an entirely new version of the app, focused on relationships. Show More Summary

The complications of firing patients who won’t vaccinate

A manifesto has been making the rounds on Twitter (and other places) over the past year. It has been attributed to Dr. Mike Ginsberg, a California pediatrician. It reportedly was originally a Facebook post that has since been taken down, perhaps because of the controversy it generated. I can understand why; vaccines are a hot button topic, and […]

Double Wide Under Fire for Kicking Out Patron Who Objected to Nazi Imagery

The popular Deep Ellum bar took flack on Facebook & Yelp! for their stance The crowd at Deep Ellum’s Double Wide bar can, in many ways, be described as diverse. It’s a place where punks, hipsters, and yuppies alike gather to drink cheap...Show More Summary

The Solid Verbal: Recapping Week 4, a place with nowhere to hide

Yeah, it's time to prove you're either as good or not as bad as you've looked. Subscribe to The Solid Verbal: iTunes | RSS Follow Us: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | SoundCloud Week 4 is the week in which teams finally have to answer...Show More Summary

Facebook apologizes to advertisers for counting error

The measurement didn't affect how much Facebook charges to run video spots, but analysts say ad agencies may have used the Facebook estimates as a key metric when they plan campaigns and decide how much advertising to place on Facebook or competing sites.

Letters: Todd Gurley is in an unhappy touchdown-free place right now

We get thousands of emails and comments every week. Here, we respond. Want in? Find us via email, Facebook, or Twitter. Today: Todd Gurley’s flaws, Andrew Luck’s hopes, the Giants’ prospects, the Patriots’ legacy … and, yeah, more on Kaepernick. Show More Summary

Convention of States Live Coverage

Tune in for LIVE coverage from National Review Thursday morning on our Facebook page! The first ever Convention of States simulation is taking place in Colonial Williamsburg from now until September 23rd. Legislators from around the country are convening for the event, a project founded by Citizens for Self Governance. Show More Summary

Allo brings Google's 'Assistant' to your phone today

If you're going to unveil a new messaging app, it had better do something unique. At this point, finding a place amongst entrenched options like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and iMessage is not an easy task. Google didn't quite pull it off with Hangouts when it launched in 2013. Show More Summary

Facebook will live stream a presidential debate for the first time

Facebook will host the full live broadcast for the 2016 general election debates, marking the biggest event to take place on the company's livestreaming platform thus far. On Tuesday, ABC News announced its plans to stream digital coverage onto Facebook. Show More Summary

Retailers Can Now Buy Facebook Ads That Only Run If the Right Products Are in Stock

It's an ongoing challenge for retail CMOs to justify to their CFOs that digital ads drive in-store sales. So one can imagine the teeth-gnashing that must take place whenever brick-and-mortar players realize the products in their digital ads were out of stock for a significant time during a campaign. Show More Summary

Facebook Testing Profile Pictures in Place of Reactions Count

Facebook is testing a variation of its Reactions in which users’ profile pictures replace the count of likes, etc.

4 high-tech home features that will change the way we live

    Technology is making our lives easier every day, and the home is one of the best places to see what it can do. Here is a collection of some of the coolest in-home tech that could soon be in your home. Follow TI: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

Why Millennials Love Dope Marketing, And How You Can Be Dope Too

Long ago a former boss of mine said, in a Facebook status of all places, that we need to learn how to market to millennials. It was such a heaping mixture of irony that it almost made me laugh out loud. Marketing to millennials isn't an unsolvable puzzle. Show More Summary

NASA's 9/11 Memorial On Mars Is Simply Out Of This World

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

As the U.S. commemorated the 15-year anniversary of the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks, NASA shared a tribute in a place far beyond America’s borders. NASA shared a photo on Facebook Sunday that showed the Mars Exploration Rover Mission’s memorial to the victims of the Sept. Show More Summary

Flickr’s New Home Page is Fantastic!

Even in the new Instagram, Facebook, Snapchatty world, Flickr still remains my favorite place to share photos. I have now posted over 120,000 photos to Flickr and it remains my primary online archive for my body of work. Even though you don’t hear about Flickr as much in the headlines these days, there is still […]

Technology’s Takeover: Top 5 Firms Are All tech

From Bloomberg: Amazon.com Inc. and Facebook Inc. allowed U.S. technology stocks to claim every place on a list of the world’s five biggest companies by market value, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The online retailer, which...Show More Summary

Facebook photo-sharing app Moments expands to web, adds support for full-res photos

Facebook Moments, the company’s private photo-sharing application which took the place of mobile photo sync late last year, is now expanding beyond the confines of your mobile phone and your personal network. While previously, the app...Show More Summary

Marketing 101: How to Pick the Right Social Media Platform

Is Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat, YouTube or Twitter the best place to put your marketing dollars? It all depends on your brand and what you're trying to accomplish.

What Ad Buyers Really Think About Google, Facebook, Twitter and Everything in Between

The major digital media platforms—full of big gains, big hype and often a lack of transparency—have made the advertising universe a complicated, fragmented place. And with eMarketer predicting digital ad spending to swell to $77.4 billion in 2017, up 16 percent versus this year, it's a domain that's poised to evolve even more rapidly. Show More Summary

How a chatbot could help people take their medication

GUEST: Over one billion people using Facebook Messenger, spending on average of 50 minutes of their day engaging with Facebook. It’s clear that Messenger is one of the main places where consumers want to communicate and this provides an incredible opportunity to deliver unique experiences to a captive audience and bots are a great way to accomplish […]

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