Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is very upbeat about its Internet.org program. So positive is the social network about its project that the company’s goal is to rollout the service to 100 countries this year. The revelation was made by Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) Internet.org VP Chris Daniels, according to a report from Mashable. “The ambitious goal this […]
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How do Facebook and Twitter impact the consumption and distribution of local news? The latest study from Pew Research Center analyzed posts from both social networks in three cities — Denver; Macon, Ga.; and Sioux City, Iowa — to find out. Pew Research Center and the John S. Show More Summary
In the summer of 2012, Nextdoor was the most talked about new social network at Real Estate Connect, and the company closed its first round of $18.6 million in funding from investors including Zillow Chairman and co-founder Rich Barton. Today, the...
It looks like Google+ is going the way of Wave (and Buzz and Orkut). Google is phasing out its latest social network in favor of Google Photos, for all your pictures, and Google Streams, for your Facebook-esque updates. READ MORE »
Nextdoor just became the latest private tech company to join the swelling ranks of the billion-dollar valuation club. The San Francisco startup, which runs a social network for people to interact with others who live in their physical neighborhoods, announced today it has raised $110 million in new funding. Show More Summary
Yesterday I wrote about my experience with Nextdoor, the neighborhood-based social network that just raised $110 million in new funding at a reported $1.1 billion valuation. Here's a gist of how it works: O nce you've verified your name and address, y ou can only communicate with people in close proximity. Show More Summary
MySpace may have struggled to retain relevance over the last few years, but its latest owner recently rolled up the social network in to a proposition it hopes advertisers will find appealing. Interactive Media Holdings, which also owns...Show More Summary
The social network founder says his method of hiring 'has served me pretty well.' You think?
Instagram is finally going to allow brands to place ads in the app that can link out of the social network. It announced today that businesses advertising on the photo-sharing platform will be able to use a new service called "carousel...Show More Summary
Facebook Creative Labs stand-alone applications are starting to borrow from each other, as Slingshot introduced an Explore feature this week similar to the one that was added to Rooms last December. The social network released Slingshot...Show More Summary
Nextdoor, a 5-year-old social network based on geographical proximity, is raising $110 million, which will give it a $1.1 billion valuation. The investment, first reported by The New York Times and confirmed by a rep to Mashable, was...Show More Summary
What’s the main use for your iPhone? I bet I wouldn’t be off the mark if I say social networking, browsing the web, playing games, and communicating with others via the more “traditional” ways, i.e. calling and texting. I’m pretty sure,...Show More Summary
The social network start-up Nextdoor and its investors see opportunities in the company’s more than 53,000 microcommunities.
Vladimir Putin said that Russia is faced with attempts to use “color technology” from illegal street protests to open propaganda of hatred in social networks.
Private social network Togethera has introduced the option of premium accounts for Android users and updated its photo sharing features. The service lets you create closed groups where anything posted can only be seen by the members....Show More Summary
The start-up and its investors see opportunities in the company’s more than 53,000 microcommunities.
Nextdoor, a neighborhood-based social network, will announce tomorrow that it's raised $110 million in new funding. It's now worth more than $1.1 billion, according to the New York Times. This seems amazing to me because I tried Nextdoor back in 2013 and found it pretty much useless. Show More Summary