Upworthy cofounder Peter Koechley apologized for his site's usage of sensationalized, clickbait headlines. Moving forward, Koechley said his site will now focus on content that draw a wide array of emotions from readers.
Online radio service TuneIn has just launched a new feature that lets broadcasters, website owners, and bloggers embed a live radio player into their sites, a move that'll likely take the service beyond its already massive user base.
Launched in late 2014, Amazon's Prime Now one-hour delivery service has until now been available only in New York. Now the service is moving to new cities, starting with Baltimore and Miami, with more coming later this year.
Dropbox for Business has brought its Badge collaborative feature for Microsoft Office out of early access and added commenting features to make it easier for users to reply on the service for real-time collaboration.
The negative image associated with the Internet Explorer name seemingly can't be undone, and now Microsoft has decided to call it quits for the brand. A renamed Project Spartan will be the default Windows 10 browser.
Ikea's decision to allow a game of hide-and-seek at one of its stores last year may have seemed like a clever customer-relations move at the time, but now it looks like the whole thing has gotten a bit out of control.
If you're an avid eBay user and fancy taking part in a high-end Sotheby's auction, a new livestream site from the e-commerce giant makes it easier than ever to place bids. Just make sure you have enough money in the bank before you start.
YouTube's annoying annotations are finally getting a less pesky replacement: cards. The cards look much nicer than the annotations, and you can even make them go away, if you don't want them cluttering up your view.