"The swipe is hype." That's what investment bank Morgan Stanley is saying about Tinder, the popular dating app. The bank argues that Tinder's paid version of its app launching next month will turn away customers who are used to swiping left or right for free to reject or accept potential romantic
Senate Democrats, joined by three Republicans, have pushed through a measure intended to revive Obama-era internet rules that ensured equal treatment for all web traffic
There's a reason why nearly 10 million kids a month come to Shmoop to get help with test-prep and studying : The site is funny -- funny in an adolescent way -- their way. Why the yuks? Because Shmoop surveyed students and found that what they disliked most about conventional test-prep and online
Why the 'Candy Crush' Makers Have to Avoid the Fate of 'Farmville' and 'Words With Friends'
The PR executive was at the center of a digital firestorm when her tweet went viral.
IAC fires senior director of corporate communications over twitter controversy.
The communications director fired over a tweet evoking AIDS and race that was sent as she was headed to Africa has now apologized, saying she is "ashamed" for her insensitivity to the millions of people living with the virus. Justine Sacco, formerly a PR executive for the Internet giant InterActive
A tweet from the Twitter account of the communications director of the company owns popular websites like Match.com, Vimeo, and Dictionary.com, implied that the woman would not have to worry about getting AIDS because she's white, sparking controversy online and bringing a prompt apology today for
The lawyer for a Florida model suing Match.com as part of a $1.5 billion class action lawsuit said today the company could easily weed out fake profiles if they used photo recognition software and checked IP addresses. Evan Spencer, lawyer for Yuliana Avalos, said Match.com could utilize software