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As Twitter Introduces Periscope, Tech Titans Bet on Live Streaming by MIKE ISAAC and VINDU GOEL


By MIKE ISAAC and VINDU GOEL

Apps that help users broadcast themselves live from their phones are catching the eye of tech heavyweights and venture capitalists. 25 more words

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Facebook's F8 developers conference by the numbers

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicked off the social networking giant’s annual F8 developer conference in San Francisco Wednesday with a keynote address that included a string of numbers touting the size of Facebook’s network of developers. 278 more words

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Messaging Apps Offer Do-It-All Services in Bid for Higher Profits by MOLLY WOOD


By MOLLY WOOD

Messaging apps with a multitude of features, such as mobile payment portals and games, can walk a fine line between convenient and overwhelming. 17 more words

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With embedded videos, Facebook takes aim at YouTube

Facebook said on Wednesday that videos published on its social network can now be embedded elsewhere on the Internet, making it easier for content hosted on its platform to be visible outside its namesake network. 220 more words

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Appsmart | Board Games on Your Phone by Kit Eaton and Dallas Jensen


By Kit Eaton and Dallas Jensen

Old-fashioned board games like Monopoly and Life get a new spin when they migrate to the smartphone.

Published: March 24, 2015 at 06:00PM… 14 more words

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Facebook's app-building platform Parse will expand to 'Internet of things'

Facebook announced on Wednesday that it will expand Parse, the application platform and mobile infrastructure company it acquired in 2013, to allow software developers to build applications for the so-called Internet of things. 147 more words

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Facebook debuts Messenger Platform, will support third-party apps

Facebook on Wednesday officially unveiled what it calls “Messenger Platform,” an opening-up of its dedicated messaging application that will allow third-party software developers to build apps within the social networking giant’s proprietary mobile app. 291 more words

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