Vercel makes it easier to collaborate on preview deployments

Vercel, the popular front-end development platform, now allows you to comment directly on preview deployments, using a highly visual commenting system that is similar to Figma’s. The company had

Zeta Global acquires commenting service Disqus

Marketing tech company Zeta Global is making good use of its recent $140 million Series F funding round. After acquiring Boomtrain, the company today announced it has acquired Disqus, a service you're

Moot Rebrands As Muut (Yes, Really), Raises $770K To Make Online Forums Less Ugly, a startup launched last April to do away with ugly online forums by offering a flexible, customizable and more modern-looking platform for online discussions, has raised $770,000 in new fund

YouTube Announces A New Commenting System, Powered By Google+, With Threaded, Ranked And Private Conversations

<a target="_blank" href="">YouTube</a> today announced a new commenting system that will be powered by Google+. The system, which is launching on <a target="_blank" href="\Users\Fred

Developer Brings Google+ Commenting System To WordPress A Week After Google Launches It For Blogger

Earlier this week, Google launched its new Google+-powered commenting system for Blogger, but it’s not clear when the company plans to release it for the rest of the web. Now, however, intrepid

Goodbye Ugly Forums! Moot Is A Flexible And Modern Platform For Online Discussion (And It’s Free)

<a target="_blank" href="">Moot</a>, a startup offering a new take on commenting and forums, is launching today after three and a half years of development with the goal of bringing the

Obvious-Backed Branch Comes Out Of Public Beta To Foster Conversations Online

Back in March, Obvious Corporation, the mini accelerator founded by Biz Stone, Ev Williams and early Twitter employee Jason Goldman, <a href="