The site, which has grown in prominence, joins Say's Technology channel. That means the publication will now have access to more than 75 million monthly readers.
The San Francisco startup, founded by former ReadWriteWeb reporter Marshall Kirkpatrick, helps media and PR companies discover who can most amplify their message.
A patent application submitted six years ago by the founder of Facebook has now been approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Netflix's digital streaming service hit a major milestone last month: more than 1 billion hours viewed in a month.
10 points extra credit if you can name the 1990's TV cartoon referenced in today's show title.
A Pew study suggests that finally, finally human beings--and especially women--have begun to prune their alleged friends on Facebook. Could there be rational, even venal, reasons for this?
Apple is on a tear: shares up over $100 in a month, big product launches looming and a massive untapped market of tablet and computer buyers. Here's why it won't slow down anytime soon.
All told, with Search Plus Your World, Google is simply doing what its competitors have long attempted and consumers are demanding, legal advisers Marvin Ammori and Luke Pelican argue.
OpenStreetMap says people using Google computers reversed one-way street directions and otherwise "vandalized" map results. Google says contractors acting on their own were to blame.
It seemed, for one moment, that Rupert Murdoch's entry onto Twitter was garlanded with honesty. However, it turns out that his wife's verified tweeting is performed by a verified impostor. Is the Murdoch account also fake?