GroupMe

Microsoft’s Chatbot ‘Tay’ Just Went on a Racist, Misogynistic, Anti-Semitic Tirade

Microsoft, with help from its search engine Bing, created an artificial intelligence messaging bot called "Tay," which it rolled out this week on

Is WhatsApp’s ‘No Ads’ Policy Already Starting to Loosen?

WhatsApp is exploring a way to let brands message its 450 million-plus user base after all, according to a report today.

GroupMe Joins Foursquare in Skipping SXSW

While South by Southwest Interactive is expected to be a marketing extravaganza next weekend, it's becoming clear that prominent members of tech's Who's Who have other plans.

SXSW Expects 28K Attendees This Year—With or Without a ‘Highlight’

South by Southwest is expecting a crowd of 28,000 for the interactive portion of its 11-day tech, film and music festival, a SXSW rep told Adweek. That's 3,500 attendees more than in 2012 and 9,000 greater than what showed up two years ago.

Skype to Buy Messaging App GroupMe

As the group messaging market heats up, Skype announced yesterday that it is buying GroupMe, a popular smartphone app that allows users to send texts and make conference calls