There's been considerable buzz this week about the mobile app Peeple, which will let you rate other people's attributes—such as their romantic lives, personal integrity and professionalism—the same way you'd rate the restaurant around the corner.
The days of browsing an auto lot—or even a website on your desktop—seem to be fading as more car shoppers turn to social media and mobile to make their decisions.
The past week has been filled with great data points about many things—particularly the dominance of Serena Williams and Apple. Here are the 12 most interesting numbers we came across:
For five years, Annie Ta worked in corporate communications at Facebook—representing the company's burgeoning ad-technology business—before moving on to Pinterest in 2012 for a similar role.
According to research being unveiled by RadiumOne today, 91 percent of the self-identified 1,501 NFL fans it surveyed online said they check their smartphone on game days (Sunday, Monday or Thursday).
Nearly three years ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg proclaimed that the "iPad's not mobile....It's a computer.
Whitney Wolfe, the former vp and co-founder of Tinder, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the dating app on Monday, stating that she was labeled a "whore" in front of the company's CEO, among other allegations.
Twitter looks like an underdog in the World Cup, according to a survey by RadiumOne. It was in just fifth place in a ranking of sites consumers would tap for tournament news.
RadiumOne's board of directors last night voted to fire chief executive officer Gurbaksh Chahal after he pleaded guilty to charges of physically abusing his girlfriend last summer.
When the holding companies Publicis and Omnicom announced last month they were joining forces to form the world’s largest ad agency group, they called it “a new company for a new world.” Other, hype