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Dropbox for Business Lets Administrators Create Team Folders

Dropbox today announced a new Dropbox for Business feature: team folders. Administrators can now create folders that are instantly shared with all members of their team, both current ones and new ones that join later.<p>This means all important files that all colleagues need can be shared with the …

Snapchat Takes the Chat Out of the App with Snapkidz

If you have heard of Snapchat, chances are that you heard about the chat app from someone under the age of 15. The app, which allows users to share …

Using Pinterest’s social cred to get in-store shoppers to make purchases

It’s pretty common now to see a local restaurant post Yelp reviews or Zagat ratings on their storefront windows, showing the number of stars they got …

Google Currents for iOS updated with audio playlists and vertical article pagination

They may not be anything new to the Android faithful, but Google's today brought a few notable additions to the iOS version of Currents. First, the software now sorts audio playlists for any listening content that you fancy alongside the existing playback features. Version 2.1 of the app also …

Why Is Everyone So Bad at Instagram Video?

By the logic that governs menus—can a restaurant with 30 pages of specials really do every cuisine justice?—it follows that a good photo app like Instagram could struggle with its new Vine-aping video component. In competitive spirits, the app added a video feature on June 20, effectively marring …

How Google, Yahoo, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon track you (infographic)

Americans are starting to perk up about privacy after the reveal of a government surveillance program called PRISM. But it’s important to know how tech companies generally track your data and what you’re agreeing to in those terms of service agreements.<p>Google, Facebook, and Yahoo all rely pretty …

Heads Up, Haters, 70% Of The U.S. Has A Gay Friend On Facebook

Americans are growing more open about their sexual orientation, and that could help defeat prejudice. In honor of Gay Pride Week, Facebook ran the numbers and found 70 percent of U.S. users are friends with someone who lists themselves as gay, lesbian, or bisexual. That fact could remind people …

Instagram wants to help make your videos a little less terrible

Instagram for video debuted just last week, and the reactions seemed pretty mixed at the time — some people liked it, some people hated it, and some …

Dropbox for iOS Gets Swipe Controls and Multi-Image Sharing

Dropbox continued to develop its impressive presence on iOS after the iPhone and iPad app got an update that brings swipe-based actions and the ability to share multiple images.<p>The addition of swipe-based controls makes it even easier to share, favorite, move or delete files from a device. Swiping …

Square Market launches, provides easy online storefronts for small businesses

We've come to know Square for its efforts in making it easier for small -- and not so small -- businesses to get paid in real life with card readers, iPad registers and apps, but its latest project is trying to help them sell online as well. Square Market has just opened up, and features …

Gigaom | As sales plunge, Barnes & Noble says it will stop making Nook tablets; e-readers live on

Advertisement<p>Investors were expecting a bad earnings report from Barnes & Noble (s BKS) on Tuesday morning, and they definitely got it: Barnes & …

Why the internet of things has to be not too smart and not too dumb, but just right

It’s 8 a.m. on a Tuesday. Your alarm clock senses movement and surmises you are awake. “Would you like a cup of coffee?” it queries.<p>The internet of …