On The Verge returns Tuesday, October 30th with a trip to NASA, Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley, and more!
On The Verge returns Tuesday, October 30th with a trip to NASA, Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley, and more!
                                       

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Mixpanel Launches Engage, Allowing Businesses To Send Analytics-Driven Messages To Their Customers

techcrunch.com
Mixpanel, an analytics startup that was incubated by Y Combinator and backed by Andreessen Horowitz (among others), is announcing a new product called Engage, which co-founder Suhail Doshi described as a way for businesses to actually do something with the data that they’re collecting. Taking action on data, specifically by...
Mixpanel Launches Engage, Allowing Businesses To Send Analytics-Driven Messages To Their Customers

SoundTracking moves beyond mobile with the launch of its new Spotify app

thenextweb.com
SoundTracking launched at SXSW in 2011, and TNW was on hand not long after with our first impressions of the service. In a nutshell, the app is like a cross between Instagram for music, or Shazam with a social sharing option. With a few taps, users can identify a song and...
SoundTracking moves beyond mobile with the launch of its new Spotify app

PayPal partners with MoneyGram to give users offline access to their cash

thenextweb.com
PayPal has strengthened its offline presence after the online payments giant linked up with MoneyGram to enable its customers to send and access their funds via the international money transfer service. MoneyGram is the world’s second-largest global money transfer company, operating some 284,000 locations across 196 countries worldwide, and PayPal’s 177 million registered customers...
PayPal partners with MoneyGram to give users offline access to their cash

Making Music Together: SoundTracking Debuts New Spotify App With Instagram Integration And Playlists

techcrunch.com
Today, the relationship between social music startup SoundTracking and Spotify is getting a little more harmonious: the startup from Schematic Labs is the latest to launch an app for Spotify, making it the latest platform where users can create and then share their musical “postcards” with their freinds. Schematic are...
Making Music Together: SoundTracking Debuts New Spotify App With Instagram Integration And Playlists

TNW at Dublin Web Summit: Connor Murphy of Datahug talks tactics for startups

thenextweb.com
The Next Web team has been at the Dublin Web Summit chatting with digital movers and shakers to find out what is leading when it comes to Irish technology. Connor Murphy, CEO and co-founder of Datahug came to join us on The Next Web couch at the show and he...
TNW at Dublin Web Summit: Connor Murphy of Datahug talks tactics for startups

'It's not rudeness, it's chutzpah' - an insider's take on Israel's startup success

venturebeat.com
With the DLD Tel Aviv Conference kicking off tomorrow, part of a full week of festivities in one of the world’s most sizzling tech hubs, Israeli venture capitalist and tech journalist Gil Kerbs shares his take on the startup nation’s success. What makes Israelis so strong at entrepreneurship? There are many reasons...
'It's not rudeness, it's chutzpah' - an insider's take on Israel's startup success

The Non-Technical Way Pinterest Grew From 3,000 Users To The Web's Third Largest Traffic Referrer

www.businessinsider.com
While Pinterest is now the web's third-largest traffic referrer, the photo collection site wasn't always booming. CEO Ben Silbermann told the latest Y Combinator class on Saturday that his site only had 3,000 users three months after its launch. A lot of people didn't understand Pinterest, and many VCs initially...
The Non-Technical Way Pinterest Grew From 3,000 Users To The Web's Third Largest Traffic Referrer

'Parasite' porn websites stealing images and videos posted by young people

www.guardian.co.uk
Young people warned they are likely to lose control of sexually explicit material once they have posted it onlineChildren and young people are posting thousands of sexually explicit images of themselves and their peers online, which are then being stolen by porn websites, according to a leading internet safety organisation.A...
'Parasite' porn websites stealing images and videos posted by young people
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