Color App to be Pre-Installed on Verizon Wireless Android Phones

After raising $41 million from investors and failing to make a blip on the social network radar, Bill Nguyen’s Color video- and photo-sharing app was counted out by many. However, rising from the ashes, Nguyen announced a new partnership with Verizon Wireless that will have his app pre-installed on a good number of Android smartphones running on Big Red’s 4G […]

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How to behave on Instagram

Instagram has had a big, big, big last couple of weeks: Its Android app dropped at the beginning of April, and Facebook recently acquired the photo-sharing service for a whopping $1 billion. The result of all this attention? A flood of new users, swelling Instagram’s user count up to 50 million. So what does this mean for the fate of […]

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Texting 1, 2, 3: Schools Test ‘Bring Your Own Technology’ Programs

As protesters took to the streets yesterday to protest the inequality of wealth, two computer scientists in Portland, Oregon are protesting the inequality of resources in schools. Tired of helping “unethical bankers” on Wall Street set up cloud data management systems, Russell Okamoto, 45, said he and co-worker Greg Passmore, 30, wanted to create a state-of-the-art cloud computing system that […]

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