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According to reports, Hulu will promise buyers five years of access to content from current owners the Walt Disney Company, News Corp. and Comcast's NBC Universal.
Crowdsourcing is a perfect solution for university to engage their diverse student bodies and get effective, creative solutions. Here's why.
In an example of consensual behavioral targeting, American Express has launched a Facebook app that tailors deals to things users and their friends "Like."
Following in Twitter's footsteps, Google plans to verify the identities of public figures on its social network, Google+.
Nokia's first WP7 handset, codenamed Sea Ray, was captured running Microsoft's mobile operating system in a minute-and-a-half long video.
Google celebrates the fourth of July with a red, white and blue Google Doodle.
Google+, the search giant's social network, has just received a strong endorsement from MySpace co-founder Tom Anderson.
The owners of Apple's iPad now have 100,000 apps to choose from.
Google, Yahoo and Bing have all agreed to tackle search results in a more meaningful way through schema.org. What does this mean for content producers and marketers?
At a time when most airlines have cut their in-flight meal services, Virgin America wants to hand out laptops.
Looking for your favorite food truck? These five apps can help.
Ever wonder how mobile devices get hacked or phished? This infographic breaks it down.
Mark Zuckerberg has set up a profile on the social network designed to overtake his own: Google+.
It looks like Google has some big features planned for Google+, including a much rumored Google Games product.
Instagram has exclusively shared its most-followed users list with Mashable. Our gallery includes their favorite shots and photographic philosophies.
Demographics have defined the target consumer for more than half a century - poorly. Today's psychographics build a deeper understanding of the customer.
In an effort to create the best application for upcoming music festival, Lollapalooza, the fest opened up its API and held a hackathon.
Five recent Facebook campaigns use the social networking platform in innovative ways to promote products and engage consumers.
Google's new Mobile Sites tool makes it easy for small businesses to create mobile-friendly websites.
World of Warcraft will be free to play until your in-game character reaches level 20, Blizzard Entertainment has announced.
Here are seven businesses at the forefront of the iPad retail wave that are leveraging the device in unique and innovative ways.
Bareskrim Polri didesak mengembangkan pemeriksaan terhadap Panji Gumilang ke dugaan keterlibatan dalam jaringan Negara Islam Indonesia.
Play with this interactive mouse cursor toy and explore your imagination.
Takeout lets you easily take your data out of several Google products: Buzz, Contacts and Circles, Picasa Web Albums, Profile and Stream
In "World of Fourcraft" borough residents compete for virtual domination of NYC using Foursquare checkins.
Hackers have attacked MasterCard's website to protest the company's blockade of WikiLeaks.
MoviePass hopes to get more movie fans into theater seats.
Will Google+ give Facebook a run for its money, or will it fall flat like some of Google's previous attempts at social?
A new Google Labs tool lets web developers turn Flash animations into HTML5 code.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone will be taking a back seat at the microblogging site and will be moving on to work on a few new projects.
Several companies are trying to make an Apple App Store-like software shop for Windows. Avenue is a user friendly, lightning fast and immediately available option.
StumbleUpon just launched a new widget maker for bloggers that allows them to showcase content found on StumbleUpon on their websites.
Google has launched a new, mysterious service called What Do You Love.