LinkedIn has opened its first data center outside of the U.S. The social network has chosen Singapore as the location for the $58 million facility, in the hopes that it will help it to capitalize upon its growth in the Asia-Pacific region.
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Want pizza? Who doesn't? Just launch Domino's Zero Click app, and voilà, your order has been placed. You'll need to create a "Pizza Profile" the first time you launch the app, of course (don't forget the anchovies).
High-end fashion brand Burberry has introduced Snapchat QR codes on the tags of selected items tied to its new range of grooming products. The Snapcodes link to exclusive content on its first-ever Discover channel on the app.
Instagram clearly needs to sort out its breast-detecting algorithms. The photo-sharing service, which doesn't do nudity, recently disabled the account of a British mom when its robocops decided her photo of a cake looked too much like a…
Sarah Palin has announced that she will take legal action against Azealia Banks over a series of profanity-laden tweets posted by the rapper. Banks has responded by issuing an unorthodox apology via her Tumblr.
Twitter has rolled out a new Message button that lets you privately send tweets to friends, followers, brands, and anyone else directly from your timeline. The company hopes it will help spark even more conversations on its platform.
Apple News isn't as popular as other services when it comes to news curation, but Apple is trying to change that. Ironically enough, that means turning to a service that many use to get their news -- Twitter.
Calling, messaging, sending documents, group chats -- everything you do now in WhatsApp is protected by end-to-end encryption. The company, owned by Facebook, claims that even it cannot access your data.