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Comcast’s NBCUniversal invests $200 million in BuzzFeed

The investment gives NBCUniversal a chance to learn from a website that is popular among younger audiences who are increasingly forgoing traditional television, causing ratings and advertising revenues to fall.

Grooveshark co-founder dead at 28

Josh Greenberg died at his home Sunday evening in Gainesville, Florida, the university town where he helped launch the site in 2006.

More than 26 million people have changed their Facebook picture to a rainbow flag

The movement, fomented by a photo-editing tool that Facebook launched Friday, is a response to major news events that we've seen before: Profile picture change campaigns have become as common as cat videos on certain social networks. There were green filters for Iranian protesters in 2009, yellow ribbons for Hong Kong in 2014, black dots to oppose sexual violence in India, Arabic "Ns" to support Iraqi Christians.

Costa Ricans react to FIFA scandal like every other scandal: with memes

Ticos certainly are no strangers to corruption scandals. Here are some of the funniest memes in response to FIFA-Gate.

Obama finally gets a Twitter account

The account -- which already had nearly 150,000 followers in the first half hour and a million followers shortly after -- instantly became one of the world's top hacking targets, but will also allow U.S. President Barack Obama to tweet directly for the first time.

Twitter has a huge problem — and it’s all in your head

Nine years after the site launched, and two years after investors began demanding user growth, Twitter seems to have realized what lots of hardcore users learned the hard way long ago: that the great hallmark of Twitter, the unfiltered real-time feed, is psychologically untenable.

Photos, video and more of Turrialba Volcano eruption and aftermath

A collection of photos, videos, tweets and Facebook posts of Thursday's eruptions.

Twitter removes fake President Luis Guillermo Solís account

Following a formal request from Casa Presidencial, the popular short-message social network Twitter confirmed on Tuesday that it had removed a fake account that had been posing as the official profile of President Luis Guillermo Solís.

White House travel exemptions to Cuba do not cover tourism

President Barack Obama announced major changes in the United States’ 53-year embargo on communist Cuba Wednesday, but don’t pack your bags just yet. Tourism was not among the travel exemptions listed by the White House.

Robin Williams is Google’s top search trend; in Costa Rica, it’s Keylor Navas

SAN FRANCISCO, California – Robin Williams's death had people worldwide scouring the Internet for insights into the famed comic's life, making him the hottest search trend of the year on Google, the web giant said Tuesday. In Costa Rica, the top-trending Google search was superstar goalkeeper Keylor Navas.

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