Path is overhauling its social networking application for Apple's iOS and Google's Android, adding new private sharing features as well as a premium-priced subscription option.
Dylan Casey is exiting his post as head of product management at mobile social networking app Path to join Yahoo, All Things D reports.
Sprint Nextel and social networking app Path have formed a partnership making it easier for Sprint users to find the app without having to search through the Google Play storefront. Users with Sprint's Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One or Torque devices will have the Discover-It widget preinstalled on their phone, and the widget will spotlight select apps that Sprint recommends, including Path.
Path is once again the subject of privacy concerns after users said the social networking application texted and called their contacts without permission.
The Federal Trade Commission issued new guidelines in an effort to increase transparency in how mobile app developers, app stores and other industry players store information about users. The news comes on the heels of another FTC announcement: Social networking app Path was fined $800,000 for violating the privacy of its underage users.
Path, the mobile social networking startup headed by Facebook alum Dave Morin, has closed a Series B financing round totaling $40 million. Sources told AllThingsD that Redpoint Ventures led the
Path CEO Dave Morin said his company is bringing its mobile social networking application to Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Phone operating system. Morin told PandoDaily that Path is committing to
A new class action lawsuit alleges that popular mobile applications like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram routinely steal address book data including names, phone numbers, email addresses, job titles
Mobile social network Path released version 2.1 of its Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS application, concurrently unveiling the first version of the Path API to enable users to share stories and information
Mobile social networking vendor Path apologized to its users and said it will allow them to opt out of its contacts database. The apology stems from a developer who found that Path was uploading