Being stuck with a graphic that was created for a different purpose or platform can be discouraging. Knowing how to resize that graphic with sharper, crisper edges can make all the difference in the world.
Life360 has always confined its location-sharing network to the family, but with a new feature called Circles, the company is opening your network up a broader group of friends and trusted users.
A new federal law goes into effect on Monday that severely restricts how apps and websites can collect data about people under 13. The rules could be trouble for free apps that rely on advertising to earn money.
Not interested in spending your time online with friends? Here are some networks that will bring out your inner introvert.
Path is announcing a partnership with Sprint that will make it easier for users to download the app on certain Android phones, potentially giving the social network a needed boost in adding new members.
There’s no hand stitching or faux leather finish to this week’s new wrap up. Just pure fun talking Apple, Microsoft v. Amazon and Path.
As Path strives for growth, it’s more important than ever for the company to keep the trust of existing users.
When it comes to mobile design, a number of features launched recently at bigger companies like Facebook and Tumblr have already been seen elsewhere — at Path. Take a look.
Path has tried to get more users for its relatively private social network, and hopes that the addition of richer messaging features will help do the trick — along with its usual focus on design.
Facebook debuted Graph Search in Menlo Park on Tuesday, rolling out its own personalized version of search that incorporates the photos and data uploaded by all its users on the site.
Private social networking apps like Path and the SMS-based GroupMe are trying to capitalize on the fact that most people only communicate regularly with a relatively small set of contacts. That requires thinking about social networking and content in a new context.
Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: What could Apple buy?, predicting iOS shipments in the future, how Apple almost ended development of the original iPhone, and Samsung’s side of the patent spat.
Path, a niche mobile social network has raised $40 million in new funds. It has also drawn comparisons with Instagram, a mobile photo service that was acquired by Facebook. Many are betting it would be the next big acquisition. I disagree, and here is why.
Do you want to see the most relevant stories from all your friends, or all stories from just your best friends? That’s the fundamental difference between what Facebook will show you in your news feed, versus the information shared on Path.
A week after mobile social network Path found itself in the tech industry spotlight for uploading iOS contacts without explicit permission,…
Path is a social media sharing site that emphasizes privacy controls. The site, founded by Dave Morin, Shawn Fanning and Dustin Mierau…
For the past week or so, the Internet has been abuzz with news of mobile apps uploading iPhone address books without asking us. The controversy highlights the fact that social and web apps need to have the moral imperative to do the right thing.
Path, a company hoping to build a kinder, gentler social network based on sharing within a limited number of people, has apologized for a co…
Nobody was surprised when Gowalla announced that it would be shutting down after selling to Facebook — after all, almost none of the services it has bought in the past five years have stayed alive. But is this sell up-shut down approach fair on users?
Path, a well-funded San Francisco-based startup co-founded by Shawn Fanning of Napster fame and Dave Morin, formerly of Facebook, today launched its app and private social network amidst blaze of glory. Unfortunately, it is a solution in search of a problem.