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Saturday, December 1, 2018 - 11:39am
New screens offer a chance to showcase an image (and a growing community of artists).
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The old gadgets are piling up. Is there a way to deal with the formerly shiny new things being dumped in the back of closets?
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Poncho, a new service from Betaworks, could make your commute a little easier, with personalized weather alerts via text or email.
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On Monday, Secret will release a new version of the application that will allow people to sign up for the anonymous messages service and find friends by using their Facebook credentials.
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Instead of combing through profiles on dating sites, some people prefer making their connections on Facebook or Instagram.
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Social media companies are often reluctant to become arbiters of appropriate and inappropriate speech online.
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E-commerce services help mom-and-pop shops achieve a more polished web presence.
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By providing a scoreboard of our smartphone use, new apps may help us change our ways.
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Among the questions raised: Does the entertainment industry need to change its business model to address the reality of illegal streaming?
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New messaging apps are celebrating the sound (and the nuance) of the human voice.
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A handful of entrepreneurs are trying to build web services for young children, including at a company called Kuddle, which has a mobile photo-sharing application aimed at the elementary and middle school set.
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Instagram's new tool for capturing time-lapse video could provide a new prism through which people view and present themselves to the world.
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LiketoKnowit plugs into Instagram and gives people a way to browse the items that they view in their Instagram feeds and may want to buy.
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A fantasy game, “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood,” pushes players to build their own celebrity and business prowess.
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The game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood generated $1.6 million in revenue during its first five days on the market.
Jenna Wortham, a technology reporter and columnist for The New York Times, covers start-ups and digital culture. Her stories focus on novel ways consumers are using technology to enhance their daily lives along with emerging Internet-based business models and the personalities shaping the start-up industry. Before joining The Times in 2008, Ms. Wortham was a technology and culture reporter for Wired.com and a freelance writer for Wired magazine. Her work has also appeared in Bust magazine, The Hairpin, Vogue, The Morning News, Fader and various other publications. Ms. Wortham graduated from the University of Virginia.