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20 jumpstagrams that will lift your spirits

Last week, Mashable partnered with Hilton to bring you an exciting photo challenge themed around jumping We asked you to capture (...)

ThinkUp’s handy social media tool adds search, Instagram insights

ThinkUp, the social media tool which we called “your own personal social media guru“, now has features that make it handier for (...)

Shido bot for Slack lets you outsource tasks to freelancers from within your channel

Shido is the latest product from freelancing marketplace Speedlancer and it works by connecting you with people who can carry out (...)

OnePlus Two boasts a fingerprint sensor that’s ‘faster than Touch ID’

The OnePlus 2 is shaping up to be an interesting Android handset; after confirming we’d see a USB-C port, OnePlus now says its second (...)

Get 90% off the Linux Learner Bundle

Master Linux quickly and efficiently with the next great courseware offer from TWC Deals! The Linux Learner Bundle puts you in command (...)

6 personalities in every office – and how to manage them

The best managers create productive and engaging work environments for team members. That’s why, according to Gallup’s recent (...)

New Facebook video tab will track the performance of posted movies

Facebook admins already know that video is a big traffic booster. But it’s hard to quantify. Now, Facebook has announced a new videos (...)

Google celebrates Pride with new Hangouts Easter eggs

LGBT Pride Month may be about to end, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late for Google to add some new Easter eggs to Hangouts – (...)

33 powerful tools to get the most out of your users

On one hand, “growth hacking” is quite an overused buzz word which personally makes me cringe, on the other one it well communicates (...)

Fashion discovery app WantList for iOS makes swiping right a lot more fun than Tinder

WantList is a new fashion discovery app on iOS from London-based shopping site Styloko. The app provides a Tinder-like approach to (...)

Yahoo overhauls its search engine for mobile browsers

Yahoo has updated its mobile search engine to now place images, videos and reviews in the spotlight. Announced in a blog post by Andrew (...)

What does the CRM of 2020 look like?

This post was brought to you by GetApp, your number one cloud business apps marketplaceWhat does the CRM of 2020 look like? Contact (...)

Celect helps retailers increase sales by optimizing store layouts

Ecommerce companies are spoiled for choice when it comes to analytics services that can help them track and optimize their product (...)

Google and Broad Institute collaborate to develop data-driven tools to fight diseases

Google Genomics has linked up with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard to make Broad’s DNA analysis software as a service available (...)

Spotify acquires analytics firm Seed Scientific that formerly served Beats Music

In an effort to boost its accuracy in suggesting new songs that listeners will like, Spotify has bought Seed Scientific, an analytics (...)

Box is teaming up with IBM to sell cloud services together

Box and IBM have just announced a global partnership that will see the two companies integrate their technologies and jointly sell (...)

Amazon will soon pay self-published authors based on how many pages of a book are read

On July 1, Amazon will pay self-published authors based on how many pages have been read in their books. Amazon is using its Select (...)

Uber faces legal challenge over plan to track you even when its app isn’t running

Uber announced a new privacy policy back in May that will allow it to track you even when you’re not currently using its app. The (...)

Apple responds to Taylor Swift’s open letter, promises to pay artists during free trial

Apple senior vice president Eddy Cue just announced that Apple Music will pay royalties to artists even during its three-month free (...)

Lessons from 7 famous authors who hated their job

Today started like every other day. With a blank page. Articles need to be written. To-do lists need to be completed. But still that (...)

Taylor Swift hits out at Apple Music in a short, powerful blog post

We reported this week that sections of the music industry are up in arms about Apple Music’s free, three-month trial for which (...)

Amazon is now using machine learning to surface better product reviews

Amazon is overhauling its reviews system with machine learning software to help display more helpful insights on its products from (...)

A new algorithm for Instagram helps you make your friends jealous of your fashion sense

Is this the same techniques Cher’s fashion-centric computer used in Clueless? If you post #OOTD (or outfit of the day) pictures (...)

This fabulous new algorithm shows you how to look fashionable in Instagrams

Is this the same techniques Cher’s fashion-centric computer used in Clueless? If you post #OOTD (or outfit of the day) pictures (...)

Kleiner Perkins releases its first diversity report, outlining steps it will take to boost its record

In the wake of its victory in the gender discrimination lawsuit filed by Ellen Pao, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers issued (...)

This Chrome extension wipes brands from the Web

We’ve been talking about ad-blockers a lot recently but if you really want to wipe commercial messages from the face of the Web, (...)

This amazing interactive picture book for the Web makes me jealous of kids these days

When I was a kid, physical picture books were the coolest things, but now, this interactive picture book for the Web has me totally (...)

California state officials have lifted the lid on Google’s self-driving car accidents

California state officials have released details on six of the self-driving car accidents recorded by Google, The Associated Press (...)

How to deliver standout customer support...on any channel

Picture this: your customer encounters an issue. She checks your website to see if she can find an answer there. No luck. She checks (...)

Intel snaps up sports wearable company Recon

Intel has acquired Recon, maker of heads-up wearables geared towards sports. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Intel says (...)

20 splashy photos that reflect your creativity with water

Last week, Mashable and guest host Jose Silva asked you to photograph water in new and creative ways. We were happy to see so many (...)

Adobe integrates stock images directly into Creative Cloud desktop apps

Alongside the annual round of updates to its Creative Cloud suite of desktop and mobile apps and services, Adobe has launched Adobe (...)

Fallout Shelter, Bethesda’s nuclear shelter management game, is launching on iOS today

Bethesda Softworks has announced it’s launching Fallout Shelter, a strategy game for iOS based on the game studio’s wildly popular (...)

App indexing will fix app search, but Google and Apple are using it differently

The App Store and Google Play have a problem, and both Apple and Google are hoping app indexing will solve it. I’m talking about (...)

Oculus unveils the consumer Rift, due Q1 2016

At its pre-E3 show today, Oculus finally unveiled the consumer version of the Oculus Rift. It’s due to be released in the first (...)

Google brings 4X faster browsing to Android devices in India

Google announced today that it’s rolling out a new feature to Android devices that will optimize Web pages so they load faster on (...)

Medium introduces Letters, a new delivery method for blog posts

Medium is announcing Letters, a new way for writers to connect with their readers. Letters harkens back to the days of writing physical letters, (...)

You can use this Chrome extension to watch how any Google Doc was written

Since around May 2010, any document created with Google Docs has contained a detailed edit history. Usually looking through them is (...)

A Apple e a diversidade em palco na WWDC 2015

A keynote que esta segunda-feira abriu a conferência de programadores da Apple não revelou só as últimas novidades da companhia. (...)

Twitter loved Apple’s WWDC keynote according to Oxford academics’ sentiment analysis

TheySay, a sentiment analysis startup spun out from Oxford University and founded by the institution’s Professor of Computational (...)

7 truths about the mind you missed in psychology class

The longer you live, the more you realize that the difference between success and magnificent failure lies in how well you understand (...)

MyAlbum lets you create visual stories packed with data-rich embellishments

Storytelling is an art — and if the growing number of apps dedicated to it is any indication — many people harbor artistic aspirations. (...)

ISIS social media post leads to U.S. airstrike in 22 hours, Air Force says

The Islamic State frequently uses social media to spread its message and garner support, but their posting can have deadly consequences. As (...)

eBay’s Valet service will sell your designer apparel for you

eBay announced today that it’s expanding its Valet reselling service to accept high-end clothing from users. eBay Valet launched (...)

Pulsar partners with Datasift to bring Facebook topic data to its social media monitoring platform

UK-based social media monitoring platform Pulsar has partnered with Datasift to allow its customers access to Facebook topic data (...)

Boeing just patented a system for recharging drones in mid-air

Aircraft and defense systems manufacturer Boeing was granted a patent this week for a system to recharge drones in mid-air. Our friends (...)

Threadless eases the way for artists to create unique storefronts

The Threadless design community, which helps artists share and market their designs, has launched Artist Shops, a free platform that (...)

YouTube for Artists is getting its own analytics tool

YouTube launched YouTube for Artists back in March to help boost musician’s profits on its platform, and now it’s launching an (...)


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