True to (its own) form, Twitter has released not one but a couple of news updates at once: it is partnering with Epsilon to offer new ways to target ads via tailored audiences, and is also rolling out a redesigned web interface.
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YouTube just revamped its commenting system again, still linking to but not totally removing it from Google+, despite receiving major criticism when it switched the system over to its social arm. Here's a look at what's new.
The inaugural ClickZ Live New York, formerly known as SES New York, will begin with a bang, as Randi Zuckerberg opens up the ball as the keynote speaker.
Just a few days after they ganged up on the government to ask them to curb the NSA's spying enthusiasm, tech giants are faced with another rather inconvenient truth: that the NSA is actually piggy-backing on Google cookies to gather intelligence.
The Interactive Advertising Bureau is attempting to set industry standards in regards to native advertising, though whether or not self-regulation by advertisers will be enough to satisfy the Federal Trade Commission remains to be seen.
LinkedIn has unveiled Showcase Pages, a complement to its now well-known Company Pages, with the important difference that now followers of the brand can interact directly with the specific branch, unit or business they are interested in.