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Suddenly, Mobile App Install Ads Are Popping Up Everywhere

Developers love them, advertisers love them, and companies are raking in cash—all thanks to the little buttons in mobile advertisements that urge you to download an app. Twitter is the latest company to introduce these new mobile advertisements. Today the company announced that developers and advertisers can urge mobile Twitter users to download applications through these […]

Dropbox Buys Loom For Photo Sharing, HackPad For Collaboration

Dropbox is having a busy Thursday. The file sharing giant has acquired Loom, a photo sharing app that offered mobile users up to five gigabytes of free storage. Loom announced the deal on its company blog. Dropbox recently announced an update to its photo sharing capabilities with its Carousel feature, and the Loom team will […]

Taking My Diet To The Next Level

ReadWriteBody is an ongoing series where ReadWrite covers networked fitness and the quantified self. Quantifying your activity and nutrition, as I’ve done for years, can only take you so far. Sometimes gathering the numbers just tells you the same bad news you can see in the mirror. Here it is: After dropping 12 pounds last […]

Americans Are Bullish On Technology’s Distant Future, Less So Its Present

Despite the number of popular dystopian novels written over the years, Americans have continually been optimistic when it comes to the future of technology. At least, the distant future of technology. We’re far less sanguine about the technology that threatens to upend our lives today or tomorrow, as a new Pew Research survey suggests. In […]

Amazon’s Fire TV Still Needs Fixing, Stat

Despite Amazon’s lofty ambitions to reimagine the multimedia center, its Fire TV streaming box entered the streaming-video fray earlier this month with a frustrating, fractured search engine. Amazon is taking some steps to fix the Fire’s flaws—but so far it’s not close to solving its biggest problems. True, Amazon customer reviews of the device are generally […]

Why Does Facebook Want You To Broadcast Your Location To Your Friends?

Facebook is trying to get you to share even more information, this time by beaming your location to your friends all the time. The optional feature, called Nearby Friends, is built to help you find people around you. You can tailor the options to prevent specific friends from seeing your location. Nearby Friends alerts you to when […]

Read All About It (On Your Wrist)

Every time ReadWrite publishes a story, I get a jolt. Literally. And I don’t mind, because that good vibration may point us toward the news industry’s wearable future. Even when I’m away at a conference or traveling on business, I want to stay on top of ReadWrite’s newsroom. So when I joined the publication a […]

How Technology Is Making It Great To Be A Music Fan

I’m a music junkie. Like many of you, my life is often accompanied by a soundtrack. I’ve got playlists for working out, and just plain working. Music for when I’m feeling on top of the world, and music for when I’m down in the gutter. Songs that make me think, and songs that bring back […]

5 Important Things To Consider If You’re Still Running Windows XP

Microsoft has finally tied its good old dog, Windows XP, to a tree … and bashed its head in with a shovel. After 13 years of loyal service, Microsoft has finally cut off support for Windows XP, which means the company won’t be issuing further security updates for it. But plenty of people are going to […]

The Future of Social Media Is Mobile Tribes

The next big thing is getting smaller and smaller. Historically, our social media experience been chained to the first-screen browser and the one News Feed to rule them all. We’ve seen saturated with bloated content from overpopulated streams. We’ve been bombarded with updates and notifications from friends and family we love, pages we Like, accounts we […]

NSA Accused Of Exploiting Heartbleed For At Least Two Years; Agency Denies It

The National Security Agency exploited the massive security vulnerability called Heartbleed for the past two years, and used the flaw in OpenSSL to intercept private data, according to a new report from Bloomberg. Heartbleed is a newly-discovered flaw in OpenSSL that makes your private information—usernames, passwords, bank statements, etc.—vulnerable to potential hackers, and apparently, government snoops. […]

After Heartbleed, “Forward Secrecy” Is More Important Than Ever

Internet users have spent the last week changing their passwords and checking their online accounts for potential hacks resulting from Heartbleed, a bug in the open-source security software OpenSSL that left nearly two-thirds of the Web vulnerable to malicious attacks.  Heartbleed has caused security nightmares for dozens of websites, especially since companies initially thought it […]

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