Which Entertainment Show Is the Most Flattering to Celebrities?

Poor celebrities. It doesn’t matter how much they spend on their clothes or work out at the gym. Sooner or later they’re going to flash a little too much skin or be caught without makeup in public, and the press will be waiting, knives drawn. But surprisingly, professional celebrity-watchers are nicer than you might think.

Best Apps

Vine In the past few years, GIFs have become a ubiquitous form of social content. Now, with Twitter’s new mobile sharing app, everybody can make a GIF-like video. Experts predict Vine will become the next big social networking sensation.

Yahoo Maps Out Genome Ad Strategy

Rough as the past year has been for Yahoo, one of the company’s more head-scratching moves may yet prove beneficial. Last November, Yahoo snatched up Interclick for $270 million, leaving many in the industry to wonder, what does Yahoo need with yet another ad network?

TV Check-In Apps Get Social

Jeremy Lin and Pinterest weren’t Social Media Week’s only hot topics. Also dominating discussions was the maturation of second-screen experiences, especially when tied to TV’s biggest events.