Kim Kardashian has heard every possible insult during her time in the public eye, and she wants you to know that she’s totally over it The ubiquitous reality show star is in full DGAF mode on Twitter, abandoning her typical PR-friendly social media manner to shoot from the hip. Twitter even got a a bit [...]

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More than 2,000 people filled up Jeremy Greene’s mansion in the Hollywood Hills on Friday night to celebrate the launch of his new social app PingTank. In attendance were Vine stars like Nash Grier, rapper OT Genasis, Kylie Jenner, Melanie Brown (a.k.a. Mel B of the Spice Girls) and other social media personalities While lavish [...]

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Laughter is a universal language and one of our first communication methods. Before we had spoken or written language, humans used laughter to express our enjoyment or accession with a certain situation. It’s also a form of communication that bridges the gap between various languages, cultures, ages and demographics. So it’s no wonder that funny [...]

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Bradley Horowitz, the lead on Google’s social network, Google+, made an appearance at the company’s developer conference to tell the world that Google+ isn’t going anywhere, but it’s going through big changes. See also: Why Google+ is splitting into photos and streams Horowitz explained he’s currently in charge of Streams, Photos and Sharing at Google, [...]

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Hearing more chatter — either at home or at work, or both — about work/life balance? You’re not alone While the concept of a balance between your work and your play has been around for decades, more companies today, especially startups, are putting work/life balance at the forefront of their recruiting. See also: Top 10 [...]

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When you die, Facebook will be there for your loved ones. The company has rolled out its legacy contact feature in Australia, so you can select one person who can access your account after you die. The feature was released by Facebook in the U.S. in February, but launches in Australia and New Zealand on [...]

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For this week’s Mashable Photo Challenge, focus your eyes on things that are far into the distance Look for leading lines on lengthy roads, or for settings that seem to have an everlasting depth. Try placing your subjects at the opposite side of the room before taking their portrait. And browse landscapes and cityscapes for [...]

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From cybersecurity to silicon cities, the Digital Beltway conference was designed to explore how politics and technology are interacting like never before. See also: Friday’s Digital Beltway conference is sold out, but you can still watch online And while Digital Beltway took place in Washington, D.C., the conversation on social media extended to a global [...]

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For last week’s Mashable Photo Challenge, we asked you to capture photos of things that are far off in the distance. Our guest host was Conor MacNeill, a London-based travel photographer known as “thefella” on Instagram. See also: 12 photos of seasons transforming around the globe “Since joining Instagram, I’ve learned that I can use [...]

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The increasing importance of mobile advertising can’t be overstated. Mobile now accounts for 62 percent of digital media time spent, signaling a massive shift in how digital consumers spend their time. Mobile advertising is also surging, with the IAB recently reporting year-over-year growth of 76 percent to $ 12.5 billion in 2014. But despite this [...]

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