Benedict Evans, a consultant at UK-based research firm Enders Analysis, has a great post describing the market for smartphones (and phones more broadly) in three charts and about 600 words.
It's been a big week for Yahoo. The company purchased Tumblr for $1.1 billion, rolled out a major update to Flickr and reportedly put in a bid for Hulu.
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Ghost, an open-source blogging platform that hopes to shake up the personal publishing space, is nearing the end of its Kickstarter journey.
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As we enjoy Memorial Weekend, we look back to another great week in the world of technology.
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To say the Facebook Developer Platform changed the web as we know it would be a dramatic understatement.