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Path Is A Free App, And It Will Spy On Us

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Path is a lovely app. It pushes all the right buttons. It's mobile, it's tactile, it's personal, it's full of people we love and moments that matter to us. It makes us feel good. It's got all the greatest hits a post-Facebook social app should have. It's also free. "Facebook...
Path Is A Free App, And It Will Spy On Us

Users complain Path sending spam messages to contacts, company says it's a feature not a bug

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Today a number of reports are flowing in claiming that social network app Path is sending spam messages to people listed in the user’s address book. The issue apparently isn’t new with some Android users on Reddit experiencing the spam a few months back, while a growing number of users...
Users complain Path sending spam messages to contacts, company says it's a feature not a bug

Apps That Work With The iPhone 5's Taller Screen

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Apple's iPhone 5 has a taller screen. Many developers have been scrambling to accommodate this new feature. Not everyone has updated but we put together a list of some that have. We're sure we missed some, so if you notice any glaring omissions drop them in the comments. Productivity: Byword...
Apps That Work With The iPhone 5's Taller Screen

Daily Wrap: Path Steps In It and more

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Path uploads your entire address book to their servers. This and more in today's Daily Wrap. Sometimes it's difficult to catch everything that hits tech media in a day, so we wrap up some of the most talked about stories. We give you a daily recap of what you missed...
Daily Wrap: Path Steps In It and more

The Social Media Bubble has popped

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It happened. It’s over. The bubble was popped by Facebook’s IPO belly flop. Some saw it coming, but before May 18, plenty of smart people saw only blue skies. Chris Sacca predicted we’d see a $56 price on opening day. But within 2 weeks, the price had dropped 29% to...
The Social Media Bubble has popped

Weekly Wrap-up: Not on Facebook, Google Drive and Path's Privacy Issues

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Alicia Eler explores the "Not On Facebook" movement. Jon Mitchell explains why Google Drive won't be a Dropbox clone. Path uploads your entire address book to their servers without permission. All of this and more in the ReadWriteWeb Weekly Wrap-up. After the jump you'll find more of this week's top...
Weekly Wrap-up: Not on Facebook, Google Drive and Path's Privacy Issues
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