The new generation of mobile app startups come with one big problem, revenue source. Facebook, YouTube and even Twitter have some manageable way to keep the business growing, but Instagram, WhatsApp and Snapchat still have no big gameplan. Snapchat might be in the worst position possible, because ...

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Amazon has officially acquired Twitch.TV for $970 million, after two months of rumors claiming Google would be spending $1 billion on the video game broadcaster. Google was in talks with Twitch.TV, but somewhere along the line Amazon offered around the same price. No word on why Twitch ...

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At last count, there were over 400 coupon apps available in iTunes and just under a thousand in the Google Play store.  With so many competitors fighting over today's coupon-obsessed population we took a look at some of the most popular to help sort out which ...

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If you thought it was only the broadband industry in the United States always trying to ruin happiness and joy, look no further than the wireless industry, when Verizon Wireless seems to be as lost as Comcast when it comes to keeping a good reputation. Not forgetting ...

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Comcast has spent four years away from the "Worst Company in America" award, but in 2014 they have returned to take back the crown. This might be the best justice Comcast will get, considering the amount of hate on the Internet for the company. In the polls, ...

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Xiaomi is the fastest growing smartphone manufacturer on the planet, with a 4.5 percent increase in mobile market share from 2013 to 2014. The Chinese company currently offers phones in their homeland and in India, Singapore, Hong Kong and a few other areas. Recently, Xiaomi employed ex-Google ...

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Samsung has acquired SmartThings, the Kickstarter funded smart home service. The basis of SmartThings is a $99 hub that connects with all smart home devices through one recognised standard, instead of different smart devices running on different platforms. The startup has been around for two years and ...

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The National Security Agency is looking to develop an automatic malware killer, capable of spotting malware on the Internet and destroying it, before it spreads. This has been tried before, but given the unique position of the NSA, it could work on a system level. Details of ...

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