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In-N-Out Burger Is Suing Food Delivery Company DoorDash

In-N-Out Burger wants food delivery startup DoorDash to stop delivering its food – and it has taken the matter to court. In-N-Out has filed suit against the startup for trademark infringement and “false designation of origin.” It appears that the…

Apple’s iPad Pro Launches November 11th

Apple has just announced when you can get your hands on its new iPad Pro tablet. You can order one online starting Wednesday, November 11th. Apple says they will be arriving in stores later this week. The iPad Pro will…

Snapchat Rivals Facebook When It Comes to Video Views

Last week, when Facebook announced that it sees over eight billion video views per day, you likely said well, that’s a hell of a lot of video views. And you’d be right, it is. But here’s a number that’s even…

Alibaba Buys ‘China’s YouTube’ for $3.7 Billion

Alibaba has announced that it has acquired Youku Tudou for around $3.7 billion. Youku Tudou is commonly referred to as “China’s YouTube”. E-commerce giant Alibaba had previously offered a little less to purchase the company last October. Alibaba already owned…

Facebook’s 1.55 Billion Users Is Pretty Legit

When Facebook says it has 1.55 billion monthly active users, the first thought you may have is holy hell, that’s an insane amount of users. In which case you’d be right. The second thought you may have is well, what…

Facebook Improves Its Local Ad Targeting

A little over a year ago, Facebook launched its Local Awareness Ads, a hyperlocal ad option that lets businesses target people who live in their area or who were just recently in the area. Today, Facebook says it’s “making it…

Twitter’s Political Contributions and Lobbying Efforts Detailed on New Transparency Page

Twitter says its political involvement amounts to fighting for users’ rights and things like freedom of expression, Internet freedom, privacy, online safety, and patent reform. And now, in the name of transparency, the company’s set up a hub to detail…

YouTube Ramps Up VR Efforts

YouTube is ramping up its virtual reality efforts. The company has announced two new VR features for its Android app – VR video support and the ability to watch any YouTube video via Google’s Cardboard VR headset. “First, YouTube now…

Facebook Is Turning Spotify, Apple Music Links Into 30-Sec Previews That Anyone Can Listen To

Since the dawn of the status update, Facebook users have been posting about what music they’re listening to. A lot of the time, users post links to YouTube videos. For a while, Spotify shares have gone in and then out…

Facebook Has Over a Billion Daily Active Users on Average

Facebook has officially topped 1.5 billion monthly active users, and for the first time reported over a billion daily active users on average. The company reported 1.55 MAUs as of September, 2015 and 1.01 billion average DAUs. This is an…