Here’s our weekly collection of the week’s most intriguing discussions from across the Web…
Popular cab service Uber has made paying even easier, just take a picture of your credit card and you’re ready to go…
— TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) April 4, 2012
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— Michael Stelzner (@smexaminer) April 4, 2012
FINALLY! Instagram for Android…
Instagram for Android Downloaded More Than 1 Million Times in 24 Hours – on.mash.to/HpKuQO
— Pete Cashmore (@mashable) April 4, 2012
Reuters reporter Alistair Barr wonders if Facebook will become an e-commerce powerhouse.
— Alistair Barr (@rtrswalibarr) April 5, 2012
Google+ may seem like a virtual ghost town, but CEO Larry Page reports it has over 100 million active users. Surprised?
Google+ not a ghost town? Social network has 100M active users, CEO insists wp.me/p1re2-1Jpy
— VentureBeat (@VentureBeat) April 5, 2012
One year after its acquisition by AOL, Huffington Post continues to find areas for growth while keeping its unique start-up culture.
In a reorganization at AOL/HuffPost, Arianna Huffington appears to be gaining more power: nyti.ms/I3bcjw
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) April 5, 2012