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Welcome to the latest edition of our series on gorgeous iPhone apps. We talk about apps a great deal here on BGR and the reason is fairly obvious: apps make the phone.
LinkedIn just released a new update to its flagship app that revamps the look and experience to ultimately make it even easier for you to make and strengthen connections.
LinkedIn j ust released a new update to its flagship app that revamps the look and experience to ultimately make it even easier for you to make and strengthen connections.
Let's start with the obvious: the iPhone has been a massive, unequivocal success.
If we had more manners and graciousness in our work lives, we would most probably reap more benefits - such as more customer referrals.
The folks at LinkedIn are busy. They are rolling out refinements and new features at an unprecedented rate.
Merek Davis is not a coder. The developer never even made an app before 2013. Yet on his first iOS at-bat, he hit an App Store grand slam with Mextures, his photo-editing app that quickly became one of the top photo apps of the year.
Melissa Data , a leading provider of contact data quality and integration solutions, today announced Property Data Book , an iPhone app offering convenient access to detailed, up-to-date property and mortgage data on more than 110 million U.S. properties nationwide.
The lack of diversity in Twitter's workforce of roughly 3,000 people was spelled out in data released Wednesday by the San Francisco company behind the popular short messaging service.
The deal consists of 90% cash and 10% stock, and is expected to close during this quarter.
Janet Yellen made a fuss by slipping a line into her semi-annual Congressional testimony on the economy that social-networking stocks were in a bit of a bubble.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 01:35 pm
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