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CEOs from Apple, Facebook and Salesforce are utilizing their power to offer their positions on everything from gay rights to immigration to vaccinations. And they're not the only ones.
Expected to grace select Android smartphones in the next few months, HTC's take on Lollipop looks very Google-y.
The startup, which measures online authority, is reportedly being swallowed up by Lithium, a pre-IPO social software-as-a-service company.
In an alluringly batty piece of research, online shopping experts Ebates claims, for example, that tablets are more popular with those born under Fire signs. While smartphones are a Water sign of love.
The company says the decision to ban third-party marketing links has nothing to do with making money and everything to do with improving people's experience on the site.
Twitter announces it's acquiring a startup called Niche, a sort of talent agency for social media celebrities and a new revenue stream for the company.
A company that wants to bring "fans and fandom" together claimed to be behind the overnight viral sensation, but as more facts emerge, the shadows of doubt have become longer and darker.
What will next year bring? Richard Branson thinks the legalization of drugs will be a hot topic, while Craig Newmark believes it will be trustworthy news.
Netflix, ahead of a push into mainland Europe next month, plans to produce its first original series based and created in France, one of its biggest new markets.
CNET contributor Ben Parr argues that using Google Glass shouldn't be banned from our highways.