By Kimberly Ripley Kim Kardashian is sporting platinum blonde hair these days. She debuted the look in Paris on Thursday. Her eyebrows, however, remain the rich, dark brown she has long favored. She feared dying them wouldn’t be such a good thing. “Eyebrows for me are always really important,” Kim Kardashian told People magazine. “I…

 

By Chris Crum Google launched a new AdWords app for Android on Wednesday, offering advertisers a way to manage campaigns on the go. It’s hard to believe Google is just now offering such an app, but better late than never, right? Advertisers can use the app to view and manage ad performance. It lets you…

 

By Chris Crum Google launched a new AdWords app for Android on Wednesday, offering advertisers a way to manage campaigns on the go. It’s hard to believe Google is just now offering such an app, but better late than never, right? Advertisers can use the app to view and manage ad performance. It lets you…

 

By Josh Wolford In a legal fight overs pronouns, chalk one up for gender rights. Chelsea Manning, the Wikileaks leaker formerly known as Bradley Manning, will now be referred to as “she” or a gender-neutral pronoun in all future court proceedings. “This is an important victory for Chelsea, who has been mistreated by the government…

 

By Kimberly Ripley Neil Patrick Harris hosted this year’s Oscars last month, and said recently that once is likely enough. The How I Met Your Mother star says it’s not something he anticipates doing again. You’ll no doubt recall that Neil Patrick Harris had big shoes to fill this year. He followed in the footsteps…

 

By Kimberly Ripley Charlize Theron will soon star in a new film based on a book by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn. Dark Places tells the story of a mother and two sisters who were murdered in the 1980s. Their son/brother went to prison for the crimes. Charlize Theron plays the role of Libby–the third…

 

By Kimberly Ripley Charlize Theron will soon star in a new film based on a book by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn. Dark Places tells the story of a mother and two sisters who were murdered in the 1980s. Their son/brother went to prison for the crimes. Charlize Theron plays the role of Libby–the third…

 

By Kaila Strong By now, we all know that mobile searchers outnumber desktop searchers. It may have been true once that you could assume that a mobile user looking for your products or services would also be looking on the desktop, but a 2014 study from comScore indicates that there is a growing percentage of…

 

By Laura Donovan If you manage a Facebook Business Page you may soon see some unexpected, and unwanted, changes to your Page. On March 12, 2015 Facebook will be purging deactivated accounts. This means that any Likes you have on your Page from these accounts will be deleted. Causing the Like counts on Business Pages…

 

By Parker Harris In many cases, amazing innovations start with a single question. When we started Salesforce, we asked “Why can’t business software be as easy to use as Amazon.com?” And with that question, we completely disrupted enterprise software. We also asked “Can you build a software company rooted in philanthropy?” From that question, the…