Facebook begins rolling out embedded posts, starting with major media partners

Facebook has plenty of options for integrating with sites across the web. In fact, its share and like buttons were very much at the forefront of the social widget revolution. But, while its friends at Instagram have been enjoying embeddable posts since early this month, Facebook has had no comparable capabilities. That small, but obvious, advantage enjoyed by Twitter and Vine is finally disappearing, however. Today the popular social...

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Ducati Hits the Road Full Throttle with iPad

Ducati has been synonymous with motorcycles since 1946, when brothers Adriano, Bruno, and Marcello Ducati first attached a lightweight motor to a bicycle frame. Since then, Ducati motorcycles have evolved into internationally coveted dream machines known for their precision engineering, lightning speed, and sleek design. So when the company needed the perfect sales support platform to reflect its high-performance brand, they turned to...

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CIOs Say Mobilizing Enterprise Apps Is Not That Easy

Mobilizing apps for employees to use on their iPhones and Android devices sure sounds like a fun idea. Employees would actually be thankful for having such a cool IT department, a forward-thinking team on the cutting-edge of consumer tech helping them become more productive outside the office. But mobilizing apps isn’t easy or fun at all. That fact is the key finding of a survey of 300 CIOs and IT decision makers from research...

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Engadget’s tablet buyer’s guide: summer 2013 edition

Tablets are virtually tailor-made for our summer vacations, whether we’re checking email at the hotel or watching movies during an airport layover. The manufacturers must know this, as there’s a surge of new slates set to arrive while the weather’s still scorching. Our 2013 summer tablet buyer’s guide will help you decide which of these models is worth space in your travel bag. There are also several veteran...

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App Store Marks 5 Years of App-ortunity

LOS ANGELES — Imagine a time when we didn’t kill time on our phones playing Candy Crush Saga or taking instant photos and videos with Instagram or other apps to broadcast to the world. Apps as we know them — those little programs that live on our smartphones and tablets — launched in a big way just five years ago — on July 10, 2008 — with the debut of Apple’s App Store.The iPhone was just a year old, with about 10...

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