Kim Kardashian’s game is starting to take its toll. People are crying for help on anonymous social networks like Whisper to confess their addiction to this mindless app.
When you have zero coding skills, how do you keep busy at your company's hackathon? For the non-engineers at i.TV, the answer was to send a meth dealer into space.
Second-screen app Viggle (think FourSquare for TV watchers, through which you can "check in" to your favorite shows) has acquired AdaptiveBlue, the developer of popular mobile social app GetGlue, for $25 million and 48.3 million shares of stock.
As Facebook and Twitter add features aimed specifically at the TV-watching experience, it sounds like bad news for smaller social TV services like
Need a reason to watch the new fall series? For the next month, social networking site GetGlue is teaming up with Entertainment Weekly and the Gap to offer real-life rewards to users who tune into certain shows, AdAge reported.
With venture capital and investment dollars flowing in, social TV has become one of the hottest startup categories.