Musical.ly is expanding beyond music videos with the launch of live.ly, its live stream platform. Users will be able to broadcast through the live.ly app, and the streams will be viewable on musical.ly.
Makeup brushes haven't changed all that much over the last century. Sure, brands have figured out how to create synthetic fibers and played around with handle placement, but otherwise, there hasn't been
Netflix didn’t have a rocket-launcher last quarter, particularly as people expected it to have a whole heap of new customers in the 130 countries it went live with in January, but that could be about change
The Legend of Zelda is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and to kick things off two fans have made a 3D version of the original game with Java so anyone can play it for free in their browser.
Activision Blizzard, which built an empire on videogames for consoles and PCs, is buying the maker of the addictive Candy Crush Saga, one of the most popular titles for mobile devices. Activision, the
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Vine may be owned by Twitter, but so far the two services have remained largely separate. That’s changing a bit today. If you connect Twitter to your Vine account, it will now show up on your Vine profile
Amazon is showing investors it can make money and still grow fast. Amazon is showing investors it can make money and still grow fast. And investors are loving it. The Seattle-based e-tailer posted a third-quarter
Facebook announced on Thursday that it will expand its search function to include every publically-available post in its archive, not just those of your friends and liked Pages. But this won't simply a
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There's no avoiding it. Despite incredible sales, a rabid fan base and a seemingly endless supply of stories about the game ... we just didn't like Destiny that much. Anyone who's read our review of the