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You can now download an app to save Snapchat picture. But who cares? The days of using Snapchat as a private, guarded means of communication are dead. Now, it's about the intimacy of peer-to-peer visuals.
Twitter's new "Related Headlines" feature offers users links to relevant stories - so does that mean news sites are about to see their competitors get a big boost thanks to their scoops? Not necessarily.
If you hate trying to figure out what song you're hearing at a music festival, new technology may make you the happiest concert fiend this side of Bonnaroo. Thanks to Gracenote, a Shazam-like experience is on its way to a stadium near you.
Have you ever looked through your 'Other' Facebook inbox? It's the hidden one, the one you probably don't notice, where messages usually go to die. Well if you haven't ever gone through it, there are a few cliches you're like to see.
New research shows that Twitter is a surprisingly accurate indicator of which restaurants can leave you hurting the next day. According to the report, the starting points of food poisoning correspond with those #sosick hashtags.