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  • GetGlue Thinks It Has Fighting Chance Against Twitter, Facebook in Social TV

    Most of the "social conversation" about TV shows and movies is generated by Facebook's 1.1 billion and Twitter's 200 million-plus active users. So how can GetGlue, a social TV app startup with a relatively minuscule 1.2 million active monthly users,...
  • Get ready for more clips of cats, babies: Facebook tests video tool

    Get ready for more clips of cats, babies: Facebook tests video tool
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Coming soon to Facebook: A new feature to upload and watch video clips. Facebook is testing a new tool that will automatically play video clips without sound in the News Feed. A user will have to tap or click on the video to make it...
  • For Miley Cyrus, it's not about nudity but suffering for one's art

    My dad always said that having the right tools made the job easier. I wonder what Dad would’ve thought of Miley Cyrus? Now, if you’re one of the 100 or so people left in America who hasn’t seen the video for her new song, “...
  • Twitter to Get New Video Discovery Tool Videogram

    What's better than a Vine clip posted to Twitter? A Videogram, a more immersive video-discovery system created by startup Cinemacraft, which several Hollywood studios have already experimented with. Videogram dices up videos into smaller segments,...
  • Cyber-tech guru offers valuable tips

    Cyber technology is changing so fast it's almost impossible for parents to monitor. In the past, parents knew the world in which their children were growing up and could guide and protect them accordingly. This is no longer assured since the landscape...
  • R.K. Anderson was an icon of veterinary medicine

    Few pet owners will recognize the name Dr. R.K. Anderson, yet your pet has benefited from his advocacy. A press release from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine called Anderson, who died Oct. 19 at age 90, a "gentle giant" in the...
  • George Takei Stars in YouTube Series for AARP

    Social-savvy thesp George Takei is hosting a new series about technology on YouTube, sponsored by the AARP. The 76-year-old actor, best known as Sulu on the original "Star Trek" TV show, will cover topics ranging from Google Glass to the "sharing...
  • Showbiz Lobby Puts Capitol Hill Pressure on Google to Take Action on Piracy

    The showbiz lobby and a number of lawmakers on Wednesday singled out Google and other search engines for being a gateway to pirated online content, unveiling a study that showed the "critical role" that engines play in guiding users to infringing movies...
  • Justin Bieber reportedly leads investment in new social network

    What do you do when you have millions and millions of Twitter followers? One option is to fund your very own social network. Teenage pop star Justin Bieber, the second-most popular person on Twitter with 46.5 million followers, has reportedly led a $1....
  • The Web Has Peaked and No One Wants to Read Your Tweets

    You're gonna pay in the future. There was a piece in the New York Times recently lamenting the write-for-free mentality of the Internet. The truth is there are two classes -- those who get paid and those who don't. And those who do would never work for...
  • Google, privacy and a sex tape

    Google, privacy and a sex tape
    Max Mosley won fame in the motorsports world as the longtime chief of Formula One's governing body. Five years ago, however, Mosley's notoriety spread far beyond the race circuit, and not in a good way. A British tabloid released a prison-themed...