free users

free users

Viralheat launches free conversation management and publishing tool to serve small businesses and agencies

www.insidefacebook.com
Social media measurement platform Viralheat expands further into the page management and publishing space with its new Viralheat Free product announced today. The tool is among the most comprehensive free offerings for cross-platform posting, conversation management and analytics. Viralheat co-founder and CEO Raj Kadam tells us his goal was to...
Viralheat launches free conversation management and publishing tool to serve small businesses and agencies

App.net goes gratis, announces invitation-only free accounts

www.engadget.com
Since its inception, App.net has been working hard to improve its growing platform, giving all of its paid users a 10GB bucket of cloud storage and opening up its File API so devs could use the data stored there. Today, folks wanting in on the fledgling social platform can...
App.net goes gratis, announces invitation-only free accounts
Spotify adds heat to Amazon's Kindle Fire

RapidShare Limits Public Download Traffic to Drive Away Pirates

torrentfreak.com
In the aftermath of the Megaupload shutdown, people have been keeping a close eye on other file-hosting services, RapidShare included. As a company, RapidShare sees itself operating in the “cloud hosting” business, offering a service comparable to the likes of Dropbox. However, since the site’s inception it has struggled with...
RapidShare Limits Public Download Traffic to Drive Away Pirates

Zynga Addresses ‘Issues With Mark as a Person’ in First Ever Earnings Call

pandodaily.com
Do not call it “gaming.” Zynga is a “play” company, even if it’s leader is a less than playful dude. On their first ever quarterly earnings call, Zynga’s executives, including Ceo Mark Pincus, were asked to “talk about Mark as a person.” Bringing up a somewhat legit concern that could...
Zynga Addresses ‘Issues With Mark as a Person’ in First Ever Earnings Call

Much-Hyped Twitter Alternative App.Net Only Has 30,000 Users - Decides To Go Freemium

www.businessinsider.com
App.net, the social network that launched last year as a subscription-only and ad-free alternative to Twitter, will start accepting members who haven't paid a dime. It's an admission that, for internet startups seeking growth, nothing beats free. Starting today, annual members of App.net, who pay $36 a year, can invite some free...
Much-Hyped Twitter Alternative App.Net Only Has 30,000 Users - Decides To Go Freemium
Spotify's Business Model Called 'Unsustainable'
Attn. Evernote & Pinterest: Springpad’s New Social Experience Turns Interests Into Action

THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: Skype's User Metrics Are Pretty Impressive (MSFT)

www.businessinsider.com
The Microsoft Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. MSFT Up With Markets   Stocks are up after a rocky morning despite Europe closing largely in the red. Shares of MSFT are up after morning lows. Catalysts for the stock include Windows...
THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: Skype's User Metrics Are Pretty Impressive (MSFT)

FreedomPop expands its free Internet service nationwide on Sprint's 3G network

thenextweb.com
FreedomPop has expanded coverage of its free Internet service to reach 220 million possible customers in the US by adding Sprint’s 3G network to the fold. With the announcement, FreedomPop has begun taking orders for its Overdrive Pro hotspot device, which uses 4G when available and falls back on 3G...
FreedomPop expands its free Internet service nationwide on Sprint's 3G network

People Who Pay For A Service Are A Lot Nicer Than Those Who Don't

www.techdirt.com
Dealing with customers can quite often be a pain for many companies and other people who offer goods and services that require some support from time to time. When offering a free service, the barrier for new customers is eliminated and you can get a whole lot of cranky people...
People Who Pay For A Service Are A Lot Nicer Than Those Who Don't
Your Cloud Provider Is Toast. Now What?
Evernote for Mac Update: Card View, Word Count, New Save Features, and More

Mobile Ad Network InMobi Announces Free 'Lifetime Value Platform' To Help Developers Deliver Targeted Content

techcrunch.com
Thanks in part to some recent acquisitions, InMobi has been expanding its services for mobile developers. Its latest feature is something called the Lifetime Value Platform, which will help developers divide their audience into different segments and customize the experience accordingly — in InMobi’s words, it’s going to be “democratizing...
Mobile Ad Network InMobi Announces Free 'Lifetime Value Platform' To Help Developers Deliver Targeted Content
LinkedIn Upgrades "Who's Viewed Your Profile" Section With New Look, Better Analytics

Kim DotCom promises 50GB for free from Mega

news.cnet.com
The site replacing MegaUpload will give free users lots of storage space, but former premium users won't get their statuses back, yet. [Read more]...
Kim DotCom promises 50GB for free from Mega

To reduce piracy, RapidShare throttles download speed for free users

arstechnica.com
With the government shutdown of Megaupload and voluntary disabling of file sharing at sites like FileSonic and FileServe, the remaining file lockers are naturally getting hit with tons of traffic. One such site—RapidShare—has decided to handle the influx by slowing download speeds for non-paying users, in an effort to...
To reduce piracy, RapidShare throttles download speed for free users
Producer of The Ring and Mulholland Drive releases new horror movie as an iOS app

How to pivot away $34m: Israel's Xeround shuts it doors with a lesson

thenextweb.com
Editor’s note: This story was written by Henn Idan and Yaniv Feldman, and was originally published in Hebrew by Newsgeek, the largest tech blog In Israel.  Earlier this week, Israeli start-up Xeround, announced it will shortly be closing its doors. Xeround, which provides a cloud model database as a service solution (DaaS), informed users on its official company...
How to pivot away $34m: Israel's Xeround shuts it doors with a lesson

With 7B Photos, Flickr Debuts New Speedy, HTML5 Image Uploader; Drag And Drop Interface, And More

techcrunch.com
Yahoo’s photos sharing site, Flickr, has been steadily redesigning a number of components of its platform over the past few months, including editing (courtesy of Aviary), photo views and more. And today, Flickr, which says it is home to more than 7 billion photos, is debuting a new, speedier, HTML5...
With 7B Photos, Flickr Debuts New Speedy, HTML5 Image Uploader; Drag And Drop Interface, And More

Kim Dotcom's Mega: 50GB free, no promises on getting old files back

arstechnica.com
Kim Dotcom today said his new Mega service will offer each user 50GB of free storage space. Those are "very generous limits for free users," Dotcom said on Twitter. There was bad news to go with that, however. Dotcom said he was "hopeful we could give premium status to...
Kim Dotcom's Mega: 50GB free, no promises on getting old files back

Dragon Dictation Hits the BlackBerry

jkontherun.com
Voice control of smartphones can be a useful way to interact with information and to make things happen when using the hands is not an option. I have been using Dragon Dictation on the iPhone and the iPad quite happily, and find them to be great tools. I am happy...
Dragon Dictation Hits the BlackBerry
Spotify targets Pandora with its own mobile ‘radio’ service
Visualead aims to kill off ugly QR codes with its new almost invisible design

Spotify Ditches Its 5 Play Limit For Spotify Free Users In The UK

techcrunch.com
Freetards rejoice. Spotify has ditched the 5 play limit imposed on UK users of the free version of its music streaming service, Spotify Free, which until today kicked in after six months usage and meant that no one track could be streamed more than 5 times — it would become...
Spotify Ditches Its 5 Play Limit For Spotify Free Users In The UK

Flickr Launches New HTML5 Uploader, Increases File Size Limits

www.betabeat.com
A peek at the new Flickr Uploadr. The photo-sharing service continues to roll out updates to a long-stagnant product with a faster, prettier uploading page. The new Flickr photo and video uploader allows users to drag and drop files into the browser and then drag thumbnail previews around to reorder...
Flickr Launches New HTML5 Uploader, Increases File Size Limits

Storify Aims For Marketers With its New 'Storify Business' Plan, Redesigns Free Version Too

techcrunch.com
Last month, social media curation service Storify revealed its first paid plan, Storify VIP. It sounds like VIP is designed for large media organizations (the first announced customer was the BBC), but today, Storify is announcing that it created a more accessible, less journalism-focused option called Storify Business. “The new...
Storify Aims For Marketers With its New 'Storify Business' Plan, Redesigns Free Version Too
Bunchball launches 10 apps to quickly “gamify” websites and enterprises

Pandora establishes 40-hour mobile listening cap for free users

www.engadget.com
Remember the good ol' days of Pandora? Well, it turns out that you were living in it until today. Just this afternoon, the music streaming service revealed that it's become necessary to return to the 40 hour caps from times long ago -- only this time around, it applies...
Pandora establishes 40-hour mobile listening cap for free users

WeTransfer makes file transfers not just painless... but kind of enjoyable

www.pheedcontent.com
Filed under: Internet, Utilities, Productivity, Web servicesEmail attachments may still be the best way to move small files around the Internet, but it's extremely limiting when it comes to file size. Until recently, the quickest and easiest options for transferring large files have been services like RapidShare or MegaUpload, but...
WeTransfer makes file transfers not just painless... but kind of enjoyable
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?