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Why Google can’t out-open Facebook with XAuth

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Peter Yared is founder and CEO of social app development company Transpond. XAuth, Google’s attempt to head off Facebook’s domination of online content sharing, is fraught with problems. It appears to be built with good intentions, allowing smaller social services to persist in a Facebook- and Twitter-dominated world. But unlike OAuth,...
Why Google can’t out-open Facebook with XAuth
2013: The Internet of things, delivered via smartphone

TV 2.0: Hulu’s flatlining, and the networks are ready to innovate

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Editor’s note: This story is part of our Microsoft-sponsored series on cutting-edge innovation. Peter Yared is founder and CEO of social app development company Transpond. [Disclosure: my company, Transpond, provides social engagement apps for numerous media companies including CBS and NBC.] Hulu — a joint venture of NBC Universal, News...
TV 2.0: Hulu’s flatlining, and the networks are ready to innovate
Three ways Android is kicking the iPhone 5 to the curb
Has adaptive design failed? Of course not

Partnering with the Enterprise: Visa, CocaCola, CBS, and LivePerson

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This sponsored post is produced by Under the Radar. Last year, billions where spent on deals between the enterprise and emerging companies.  Visa invested in Square, Jive partnered with SalesCrunch, Salesforce acquired Rypple and the list goes on and on.  Partnerships, investments, and acquisitions seem rampant when you read the...
Partnering with the Enterprise: Visa, CocaCola, CBS, and LivePerson
Apple’s App Store still scorching hot, surpasses 25B downloads
The case for responsive design
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?