Musical Matchmaking: App Finds Matches Based on Music Preferences
Rachel Van Nortwick, founder and CEO of Vinylly, joins Current to talk about her app and trends she’s seeing this Valentine’s Day.
Privacy Concerns With New Social Media Trend
Natalie Lizarraga speaks with Katie Love, a social media strategist, about the concerns over an AI app that turns photos into art.
Researchers Launch Shark Spotting Program
Researchers are turning to beach-goers to track as many shark sightings as possible by submitting pictures and video through the Sharktivity app.
Sniffspot App Allows People to Rent Yards for Their Dogs
SniffSpot is similar to the AirBnB concept — except this one is all for the dogs.
Cloud Stocks Have Been Crushed. Here's How Jim Cramer Would Invest in a Potential Rebound
Investors should focus their attention, for now, on those with “reasonable valuations” such as Salesforce and VMWare, the “Mad Money” host said.
Stocks Making the Biggest Moves Midday: Rivian, Bumble, Disney, Alibaba and More
Take a look at the stocks making notable moves on Thursday, Nov. 11.
Exorcism by App: Fighting the Devil in the Digital Age
You may have seen the movies and maybe even wondered about demonic possession.
Is it real? Can that actually happen?
We spoke to a real-life exorcist about beating the devil in the digital age and how an app is helping to drive out demons.
Twitter Shares Rise After Company Says Apple Privacy Changes Had Less of an Impact Than Expected on Third-Quarter Results
Twitter on Tuesday reported its third-quarter earnings, meeting analysts’ expectations for revenue and user growth.
Bumble, Duolingo Lead Rally in Shares of App Developers After Google Slashes Subscription Fees
Shares of app developers rose on Thursday after Google announced it would reduce the company’s cut from subscriptions on its Android app store.
Stocks Making the Biggest Moves After the Bell: Levi Strauss, Twitter, Meredith and More
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell Wednesday.
Twitter Sells MoPub Mobile Ad Network to AppLovin for $1.05 Billion
Twitter on Wednesday said its selling it MoPub mobile advertising network to game developer AppLovin for $1.05 billion in cash.