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Why Microsoft 'Trolling' Apple's WWDC16 Conference Is a Brilliant Business Move

The Redmond, Wash., software giant is throwing a party close to and immediately after Apple's big shindig. Here's why this blatant bite into Apple is an effective tactic.

How the Latest Fake Minecraft App Reached No. 4 on the iTunes Charts and Then Disappeared

It was just one of dozens of malicious scam apps that copycat the wildly popular block-building adventure game.

Periscope-Like Live Video Streaming Comes to Everyday Facebook Users

Playing catch up with Periscope and Meerkat, the social giant finally rolls out real-time video broadcasting for the rest of us.

Facebook Is Officially Testing a Craigslist-Like Buying and Selling Feature

The rumors are true. The social-media giant is indeed toying with ways for people to buy and sell items on its iOS app.

How Duolingo Mastered the Fickle Language of Startup Success

Luis Von Ahn, co-founder of the popular free language-learning app, opens up about his passion project's past, present and future.

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