Facebook Says Blocking Viral 'Reasons My Son Is Crying' Tumblr Was a 'Mistake'
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Adknowledge Acquires SocialWeekend Labs To Add App Promotion Tools

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New Online ad company Adknowledge just announced that it has acquired SocialWeekend Labs, a startup that built tools for developers to promote their apps, and also built its own Facebook and mobile apps (such as Birthdays+ and Photos+). It sounds Adknowledge is most interested in the startup’s developer tools, as well...
Adknowledge Acquires SocialWeekend Labs To Add App Promotion Tools

Podcast Gallery Sends Podcasts to Dropbox and Google Drive

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New Podcast Gallery is a new website that lets you easily watch or listen to podcasts on desktop or mobile and quickly send episodes to your Dropbox and Google Drive accounts. Developed by Digital Inspiration’s Amit Agarwal, the site has a sleek interface for finding new programs. Logging into Twitter or...
Podcast Gallery Sends Podcasts to Dropbox and Google Drive

Instantgram.Me Turns Your Instagram Photos Into Magnets, Calls The Whole Fridge Into Question

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New These days, you can get your Instagram photos printed onto just about anything. There are companies that print out Post-it-sized Instagrams, Instagrams on Canvas, Instagrams on wood and fiberglass, and everything in between. Today, Instantgram.me is joining those ranks with its new Instagram magnet-making business. The service offers 9 magnets,...
Instantgram.Me Turns Your Instagram Photos Into Magnets, Calls The Whole Fridge Into Question

Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks

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New If there’s a poster child for the phenomenon of “native” advertising — also known by other names, including sponsored content — it is BuzzFeed, the digital-only publisher created by Huffington Post alumnus Jonah Peretti. Unlike some content companies that are just experimenting with these new forms of advertising, BuzzFeed has...
Why BuzzFeed's attempt to reinvent online advertising is a lot harder than it looks
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Facebook begins allowing international users to buy Gifts for friends in U.S.

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Facebook has started to expand its Gifts product beyond the U.S., according to users in the U.K., India and Canada who say they got access to the service this weekend. However, it seems that international users can only send gifts to their friends who live in the U.S. Facebook launched...
Facebook begins allowing international users to buy Gifts for friends in U.S.

Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg hopes to quash subpoena

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The "Lean In" author is looking to avoid testifying against her former employer, Google. Facebook's COO, Sheryl Sandberg is seeking to quash a subpoena that would require her to testify regarding a violation of antitrust laws by Google, Apple, Intuit, Intel, Adobe Systems, Walt Disney and LucasFilm, according to...
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg hopes to quash subpoena

Facebook members in U.K. must pay to hob-knob with celebs

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Already a reality for U.S. members, U.K. Facebook users now pay fees to send messages to famous people, those outside their networks. [Read more]...
Facebook members in U.K. must pay to hob-knob with celebs
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Rumor Mill: Google's next big acquisition could be mobile messenger WhatsApp

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Google already has numerous peer-to-peer messaging and communications products, but it may not be opposed to buying another. According to Digital Trends, Google is haggling with breakout mobile messaging star WhatsApp over its acquisition price. The site’s sources claim WhatsApp is apparently in a strong negotiating position, bargaining up a...
Rumor Mill: Google's next big acquisition could be mobile messenger WhatsApp
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