• Twitter Users Can Now Track Tweet Impressions, Engagement Numbers Right In The iOS App

    Twitter Users Can Now Track Tweet Impressions, Engagement Numbers Right In The iOS App

    Twitter has once again expanded access to its analytics data, today introducing the ability to view your “tweet activity” on mobile. In the latest version of Twitter’s iOS application, a new feature allows users to tap on a “View Analytics Details” option from any tweet’s detail page in order to see data related to that post, including total impressions… Read More

  • Twitter Rallies On CEO Rumors, Positive Analyst Attention

    Twitter Rallies On CEO Rumors, Positive Analyst Attention

    Twitter had a strong day in the market, spiking more than 4 percent in midday trading before ending the day up a slightly more modest 3.67 percent. The company’s shares benefited from a positive ‘buy’ rating from Argus that included a $44 per-share price target. The company’s shares closed the day at $38.44 per share. More dramatically, SunTrust’s Bob Peck… Read More

  • Datanyze Acquires LeadLedger, A Sales Tool That Tracks Tech Product Marketshare

    Datanyze Acquires LeadLedger, A Sales Tool That Tracks Tech Product Marketshare

    Sales startup Datanyze is announcing its first acquisition — it’s buying a similar service, LeadLedger. On a broad level, Datanyze and LeadLedger basically promise customers the same thing — they’re trying to help salespeople find new leads, particularly by tracking which websites are using competitors’ products, as well as overall marketshare. Read More

  • Influencer Marketing Is Killing Santa

    Influencer Marketing Is Killing Santa

    It’s the final week of the Christmas season, and the holiday shopping advertisements are flowing through my inbox faster than startup pitches. While endorsements from celebrities occasionally show up, there is one uber-influencer that seems to appear more than any other. Jolly St. Nick, the rotund and red-clothed Santa character partially popularized by Coca-Cola, has traditionally been… Read More

  • Yahoo Aviate Can Now Search For Apps, Contacts And The Web – Without Launching A Browser

    Yahoo Aviate Can Now Search For Apps, Contacts And The Web – Without Launching A Browser

    Aviate, the mobile homescreen application Yahoo acquired at the beginning of the year, has today received a notable update that will allow Android smartphone owners to search for contacts or apps installed on their device, or search across the web, all from a single interface. The web search is powered by Yahoo, the company notes – which means that Aviate users will be connected to… Read More

  • Google Updates Gov Data Request Stats, Notes Decline In Takedown Demands

    Google Updates Gov Data Request Stats, Notes Decline In Takedown Demands

    Google provides the world with bi-yearly, year-ago looks into which countries’ governments requested data on its users, in what quantity, and how many content takedown demands it received from the same entities. Read More

  • A Gift Guide For Those Impossible To Shop For People

    A Gift Guide For Those Impossible To Shop For People

    Everyone has someone on their list that is impossible to shop for. They have everything. In those times, it’s probably safe to give a nice bottle of whiskey. Or any of the items on the following list. There is no way they have everything listed below, but in case they do, default to the whiskey. That’s truly a gift that keeps on giving anyway.
    DJI Phantom 2 Vision + The DJI Phantom… Read More

  • Facebook’s Money-Making Solution To App Discovery? A Whole Feed Of Install Ads

    Facebook’s Money-Making Solution To App Discovery? A Whole Feed Of Install Ads

    Finding a good app can be like looking for a needle in a truck stop bathroom. Apple and Google aren’t doing much to help you sift through their messy app stores. Facebook has tried to step up, but sometimes you don’t care about your friends and just want a new mobile toy to play with. So Facebook is taking haters’ worst nightmares and turning them into an app discovery tool. Read More

  • Withings Activité Fitness Tracking Watch Review
  • Here’s What Google’s First Custom-Built Self-Driving Car Looks Like Now

    Here’s What Google’s First Custom-Built Self-Driving Car Looks Like Now

    Google has been working on self-driving cars for a few years now — but up until recently, they were mostly modifying the heck out of existing cars, not building a vehicle from the ground up. Back in May, they released a mockup of what they expected their first built-in-house vehicle to look like. Today, they’ve released a photo of the real deal. Read More

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