Instagram will now add ‘Recommended’ posts to your feed
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Instagram will now add ‘Recommended’ posts to your feed

Instagram’s feed will now show users recommended posts – a change that earlier this month was spotted while in testing, and has since quietly gone live. The feature,…

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Reddit launches new mobile apps with support for real-time comments, chat, mod tools and more
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Reddit launches new mobile apps with support for real-time comments, chat, mod tools and more

Reddit today is giving its mobile apps a major upgrade – the first since their launch last year, when the company decided to take back control over the…

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Twitter is soaring today as its stock hits a high for the year
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Twitter is soaring today as its stock hits a high for the year

Twitter is finally having a good day on Wall Street as it heads into the final weeks of the year, and this time around it may be a…

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ZTE’s dual-screen phone is a fascinating mess
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ZTE’s dual-screen phone is a fascinating mess

In a perfect, world, we’d all be rewarded for our bold choices. Trying something new would be enough to justify a product’s existence. This, however, is not the…

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Musical.ly launches $50 million ‘creator fund’ to build out its community
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Musical.ly launches $50 million ‘creator fund’ to build out its community

In November, the popular lip-syncing app Musical.ly announced its acquisition by Chinese social media giant Toutiao, owned by Bytedance, in a deal sources said was valued at $800…

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Used car marketplace Shift appoints a co-CEO alongside George Arison
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Used car marketplace Shift appoints a co-CEO alongside George Arison

Toby Russell was one of the first people to get Shift founder George Arison into used cars — and now he’s going to be running his company alongside…

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Former Nike CFO Don Blair joins Dropbox’s board of directors
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Former Nike CFO Don Blair joins Dropbox’s board of directors

As Dropbox continues its inevitable march toward an IPO, it’s going to look to bring in people with a lot of experience handling the operations of larger public…

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SendBird raises another $16M to help developers add chat functions to a service
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SendBird raises another $16M to help developers add chat functions to a service

If you go to any company’s website these days, you’re probably starting to see some chat functionality more and more often — and for good reason, as it’s…

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Instagram launches an alpha testing program on iOS and Android
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Instagram launches an alpha testing program on iOS and Android

Are you an early adopter? Okay, but are you a really early adopter who likes to test new, experimental things even if it means you’ll experience crashes and…

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Stitch Fix is crashing after its first-ever earnings report
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Stitch Fix is crashing after its first-ever earnings report

Stitch Fix’s first earnings report is not going well for the company, as its shares went into a tailspin after a significant run up over the past month…

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