Google Launches Android Data Safety

Google has launched “Data safety,” a way for Android developers to disclose the data practices and privacy their apps offer.

Tesla Turns in Record Third Quarter on 241K Vehicle Deliveries

Tesla turned in a record third quarter, delivering 241,300 vehicles and strong revenue growth.

Facebook Will Pay For News in France

Facebook has said it will pay for news in France, a departure from the company’s previous stance.

How Automating Procurement Can Strengthen Your Company

We’re now over one-fifth of the way into the 21st century — so if your company hasn’t automated procurement processes yet, it’s time to stop living in the past. Your company needs automated procurement processes if you hope to keep…

173 Million Internet Users Watched Online Video In January
comScore today released January 2010 data from the comScore Video Metrix service showing that nearly 173 million U.S. Internet users watched online video during the month. Highlights from the report below:

Social Media Lessons from the Big Brands: Intuit Edition

A recent survey from E-Consultancy, in association with the Online Marketing Summit, found that most businesses are still only experimenting with social media. With this in mind, it seems worth paying attention to how some big and successful brands use social media in their own strategies.

MySpace Has Most Popular Social App for Android

MySpace announced today that it has the most popular social app in the Android Market, and the third most popular app on Android altogether.

WebMD Becomes More Social

WebMD has launched WebMD Health Exchange, a new health social networking platform.

WebMD Health exchange allows people to connect with health experts and other WebMD members to share experiences, discuss personal challenges, and receive answers and support.

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