5 Ways To Get Netflix On Your TV
There's no shortage of ways to enjoy Netflix, but with all the choices which is right for you? Check out this roundup of our top ways to get Netflix streaming to your TV.
What Is Instagram and Why Did They Get $7 Million?
iPhone photo editing and sharing app Instagram just got a big boost from investors. Now armed with an advisory team composed of ex-Facebook and current Twitter Chairmen, this 4 month old company is getting ready for the big leagues
PeopleString Collects Your Favorite Sites In a Browser Within A Browser
The new social network and favorite website aggregation service from PeopleString promises to deliver a new kind of browsing experience. And with its referal based invite program, you'll have an opportunity to make a few bucks too.
“Who Else Will Be There?” — A Social Service For Hostel Goers
Hostel reservation website GoMIO is helping travelers make friends with its new Facebook-integrated app "Who Else Will Be There?". Users can plan excursions and make plans long before they meet in person.
New LinkedIn Feature Lets Users Visualize Their Professional Connections
LinkedIn has released a handy new tool aimed to help people explore and strengthen their professional connections. Called InMaps, LinkedIn takes your network and plots it on a visual graph.
Groupon Continues Global Expansion With Possible Tencent Partnership in China
Groupon's appetite for buying clones has no end in site, especially with rumours that a possible deal with Chinese internet giant Tencent that could see Groupon enter crack a market where both Facebook and Google failed.
Social Dating App Provider Snap Interactive Raises $8.5 million In Capital
Snap Interactive, the company behind the web site and mobile app for AreYouInterested.com, announced ambitious growth plans today with the purchase of $8.5 million in securities.
LivingSocials Expands Into Europe With Acquisition of Let’s Bonus
Watch out Groupon! Competitor LivingSocial announced today it would be expanding in Europe by buying Let's Bonus, a Barcelona-based group buying site.
Formspring Question Service Gets Funding Boost and Adds New Features
Formspring has shown that it is a force to be reckoned with. With impressive traffic numbers, new venture capital and the launch of new features, Formspring could be the Twitter of 2011.
MySpace Lays Off Half Of Its Workforce But Shows It Still Has Legs
MySpace is slashing about 500 jobs which is about 47% of its workforce. CEO Mike Jones maintains the company is not suffering however, but merely undergoing some early spring cleaning.