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YouTube

Will People Pay for YouTube? After 1 Month, 'Red' Seems to Prove They Will.

The initiative, launched in October, represents a momentous cultural shift for YouTube and arguably its biggest product launch to date.
Business Moving Forward

Uber Lights Up Drivers' Windshields to Help Customers Find Their Rides

Rolling out in Seattle this month, the visual cue offers a basic but brilliant way to find an Uber.
Technology

Los Angeles Techweek 2015 Features Mobile, Health Care and Fashion Innovations

Some inspired new apps and platforms and a healthy group of startup finalists hit this year's famous tech fest.
Marketing

How Major Brands Are Using Livestreaming to Market to Millennials

It's a lot of trial and error for big-name companies that want to reach younger consumers through video-streaming services like Periscope.
Inspiring Your Team

4 Reasons to Work Out With Your Employees

AppSumo founder Noah Kagan is pumped about breaking a sweat with his startup team. He says it builds a lot more than muscle.
Cyber Attacks

4 Types of Mobile Monsters and What We Can Learn From Their Horror Stories

System bugs wreaked havoc on mobile devices in 2015, but they could have been prevented.
Car services

Only 1 of the 6 Best Apps for Black Car Services Is Uber

There is a lively competition in livery services, much to the benefit of busy customers in a hurry.
Web Development

Make a New Year's Resolution to Double Check Technology Decisions, Even If You're Kylie Jenner

Avoid an app crash like the one that recently befell the Kylie Jenner makeup tutorial. Here are five web development mistakes startups can't afford to keep making in 2016.
IPO

Tinder's Parent Company Sets IPO Terms

Match Group expects to go public before Thanksgiving with shares priced between $12 and $14.
Infographics

21 Gadgets That Could Help You Sleep Better (Infographic)

Including goggles that emit a soft blue glow and a humidifier that scents your bedroom using ultrasonic vibrations.
Apps

'Yelp For People' Co-Founder: Your Hate Only Fuels My Resolve to Launch Peeple

Our exclusive Q&A with Julia Cordray, the brassy CEO behind the Internet's most hated app.
Apple

Apple Is Quietly Creating a New Indoor Mapping System

The app, called Indoor Survey, uses radio frequency measurements to let the user find their position in a building.
Apps

Wine Ring App Lets Your Taste Shape Your Ordering

A new app let's you rate what you love to drink, then helps you find more of what your palate enjoys.