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Facebook’s Latest IPO Coverage

Facebook posted a fifth amendment to its IPO today, revealing that it will be selling 180M shares of Class A stock at $28-35. This means the company will be raising between 5 and $ 6.3 billion. Also, existing shareholders are selling 157,415,352 shares. The amendment itself states: Facebook, Inc. is offering 180,000,000 shares of its Class A common stock […]

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ShowYou Is Now A Web Service: How It Works And What’s Different

Two days ago, ShowYou–the social video app for smartphones and tablets–announced it would be releasing it’s services on the web. Now you can view Showyou’s video grids direct on your computer instead of having to use your mobile devices. The web-based ShowYou comes with an updated search engine software that brings you more accurate and […]

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Klout Moves Into Mobile With New iOS App, Android Coming Soon Too

Social media tool Klout expands from the web into mobile with the release of a new iOS app. Klout is a social media service that measures your influence on different social networks, like Facebook and Twitter, and assigns you a Klout score based on that. The company already has a mobile website, but this is their […]

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Is Facebook Overvalued?

Yesterday, Facebook’s released the most recent update of its IPO prospectus, revealing some interesting details and insights into where the company is heading. The company’s growth rate proved uninspiring for investors. The valuation at their current growth rate is much lower than that of their expected IPO. Facebook’s growth rate for Q1 of 2012 was […]

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Circle: An Effortless Ambient Social Networking Service With Great Design

Circle is an ambient social networking tool that allows you to always know when Friends and Networks are nearby. Evan Reas, CEO and Co-Founder of Circle, explains his inspiration for the app: “It could be magical to always know who is around you, whether that’s knowing that your friend who you haven’t seen in six […]

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Mobile Service Color Wants To Change Mobile Social Networking

Color is a mobile photo and video sharing app available for iPhone and Android. The startup is well known for being well funded, gathering $41 million so far. You can find the company website at Color.com This is the way the app works: it launches, quickly surveying the people in your surround area; then, you’re allowed to […]

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Sonar: Uncover The Connections You Share With People Nearby

Sonar is a mobile iPhone app that lets you uncover the connections you share with people nearby. The app taps into one of your social networking accounts (Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Foursquare) and scans the public profiles of people around you, and then arranges them based on similarities based on mutual interests or friends in common. The interface is […]

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Nick Denton Plans To Revamp Gawker’s Commenting System

Nick Denton, founder of the Gawker, Gizmodo, Jezebel and Lifehacker doesn’t like most of the comments on his blog. “For every two comments that are interesting…there will be eight that are off-topic or just toxic,” says Nick. Because of this, Gawker.com will undergo huge renovations to it’s commenting system. At SXSW Interactive last month, he […]

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