The anonymous-confession app closes its third round of funding in less than a year, giving it a $200 million valuation, according to Recode.
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With the phenomenon of rude Internet trolls continuing unabated, Popular Science shuts down comments on its site in reaction to all the negativity.
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After threatening comments are made on a popular Estonian news site's article, a European court decides the site has to deal with the consequences.
Instead of the traditional conference call with analysts, the video streaming company will broadcast a video discussion based on questions submitted via e-mail and Twitter.
Samsung's stock woes continued over the weekend, as UK networks can't find enough Galaxy S4s for those who ordered ahead of time.
General manager apologizes for link-sharing site's "dangerous speculation" in the days following the Boston Marathon bombing.
During the White House's "We The Geeks" Google+ Hangout on robotics, a number of cutting-edge automatons -- like the IKEA Bot -- are on display.
The app is a reaction to the over-embellished existences we find on social networks, making it often moody and melancholy -- and real in the most unsettling of ways.