The alternative and developer-friendly social network cuts all full-time staff members but plans to “continue to operate normally on an indefinite basis.”
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The experimental social service eagerly hopes to attract a larger audience before early backers are asked to renew their subscriptions.
The company hosts two simultaneous Portathons, asking BlackBerry and Android developers to port their previously written applications to BlackBerry 10.
Alternative social network plans to reward developers who build apps using its APIs based on user feedback.
The tech giant is in talks with record companies to license music for a service that would compete with Pandora, sources tell The Wall Street Journal.
CNET's Larry Magid talks with App.net founder Dalton Caldwell about his ambitious project to create an ad-free, open platform for the sort of third-party social apps Twitter once allowed but now discourages.
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The company highlights key points in its well-known position on protecting a free and open Internet. But it also offered suggestions on how to protect consumers.
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