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Style Underperformer: Small-Cap Growth -2.8 % Sector Underperformers: 1) Social Media -6.7 % 2) Software -3.6 % 3) Biotech -3.0 % Stocks Falling on Unusual Volume: LNKD, DATA, ESL, LGF, HES, NEWR, SPLK, SWIR, OUTR, QLIK, LXFT, STRZA,...Show More Summary

LinkedIn Plunges 19%: Q4 Beats, Forecast Misses

Social networking site and enterprise software purveyors LinkedIn (LNKD) this afternoon reported Q4 revenue and profit that beat expectations, but missed by a wide margin with its revenue outlook for this quarter and for all of 2016, sending its shares sharply lower in late trading. Revenue in the three months ended in December rose to $862 million, yielding […]

Platform gets retail employees posting loads of selfies

Postmore is a brand ambassador software that can streamline and control the social media content of an entire retail workforce. The post Platform gets retail employees posting loads of selfies appeared first on Springwise.

At the Super Bowl, fan safety starts with tech - CNET

The big game and all its festivities get sweeping protection, from bomb-destroying robots to software that crunches social media looking for threats.

Video: How to use Facebook for your contact relationship management

As agents we're drowning in apps, social networks, CRMs, marketing automation and other software with a thousand features we'll never use. In this special guest episode, we asked speaker, author, trainer and social media expert Jeff Lobb to share the mistakes he sees agents making on social media and how to avoid them...

Glassbreakers Raises ~$2 Million For Its Diversity And Inclusion Software

Glassbreakers, the mentorship platform for women and enterprise software solution for scaling inclusion efforts, has raised $1.98 million from Social Leverage, bringing its total funding to ~$3 million. The new funding will enable Glassbreakers to further invest in the development of its platform. Show More Summary

Consumers Feel Perils of Connectivity 

Earlier this month, Nest’s smart thermostat reportedly stopped working, leaving many users frustrated and their homes freezing cold. Users took their problem to social media, blaming a mysterious software bug that drained Nest’s battery,...Show More Summary

The Politics of Non-Political Money

An early trope about Bitcoin was that it was ‘non-political’ money. That’s a tantalizing notion, given the ugliness of politics. But a monetary system is a social system, technology is people, and open source software development requires intensive collaboration—particularly around a protocol with strong network effects. Show More Summary

Spotify acquires two startups that could help it become more social

Spotify has acquired two companies — Cord Project and Soundwave — that provide some strong clues as to what its next move might be. Cord Project is a New York-based company whose Cord software is a simple voice-messaging platform for...Show More Summary

Twitter Chirping Louder OnTweet Integration

There are reasons to both 'integrate to' and 'integrate from' Twitter, so how is the company making sure its software proposition lives up to being a full platform rather than just a simple old microblogging social network?

Ten Of The Worst Photoshop Fails Of 2015

2 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Image manipulation software is used on everything from social media selfies to magazine spreads these days, and some celebs won't allow images of themselves to be released without a Photoshop touch up. This pursuit of digital perfection...Show More Summary

Facebook Plans to Shape Up Social Software for Work in 2016

Facebook Inc., after months of work and beta testing, will launch the business version of its social networking service in 2016.

How Facebook at Work Is Getting Tested by Its First Global Marketing Agency

Facebook at Work—Facebook Inc.'s enterprise social network for businesses—is set to roll out in 2016 while taking on established workflow software players like Slack and Yammer. While Facebook will not charge users for the basic level of the service, it will eventually make them pay if they want analytics, apps and customer support for the platform. Show More Summary

Google Safe Browsing Service Comes To Android

Last month we reported on Google beefing up its Safe Browsing service to improve its ability to protect internet users from malware, unwanted software and social engineering attacks. Safe Browsing is already used by over a billions of Chrome desktop users and Google has now extended this protection to its Android mobile operating system. More »      

ESG Software Helps Businesses Get a Grip on Analytics

Datamaran, an analytics software platform from eRevalue, can help business executives and their advisors stay on top of a growing number of financial and environmental, social and governance (ESG)-related regulations. The software extracts...Show More Summary

Protecting hundreds of millions more mobile users

Posted by Noé Lutz, Nathan Parker, Stephan Somogyi; Google Chrome and Safe Browsing Teams Google Safe Browsing has been protecting well over a billion desktop users against malware, unwanted software, and social engineering sites on the web for years. Show More Summary

Social Q&A Software and Its Impact on Your Marketing Efforts

Social Q&A software is still the best kept secret in search engine, content, and brand marketing. This addition to your public website builds white hat (internal) links, provides a better vehicle for communication with your audience/customers,...Show More Summary

Embedded Experiences Are Coming to the Browser

2 months agoTechnology : Gigaom

One of the most interesting and valuable developments in enterprise social software (ESS) over the last few years has been the introduction of embedded experiences. Simply put, these are event-driven notifications,…

Facebook Releases Apple TV Software-Development Kit

Facebook released a new software development kit for developers looking to integrate the social network’s features into their Apple TV applications.

Mark Zuckerberg on philanthropy: Move slow and build things

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — After making their fortunes from new software or social networks, some Silicon Valley entrepreneurs have vowed to apply their skills to "hacking" philanthropy and "disrupting" old models for funding charity. Local...Show More Summary

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