As AllThingsD Draws to a Close, Here Are Some Staff Highlights — Part One: Kafka, Hesseldahl, Gannes

How can you miss us if we won’t go away?

Yahoo Says Mail Functionality Is Returning, but Some Users Might Be Missing Up to Two Weeks of Email

Return to sender, address unknown. No such number, no such zone.

About Those Google+ User Numbers …

Google’s definition of “the stream” is broader than one would think.

Social Sharing App Buffer Hacked, Temporarily Halts Service

Social media managers, take note.

A Camera Lens and a Smartphone Hook Up. Hilarity Ensues.

Sony’s QX10 and QX100 are “lens-style” cameras that attach to smartphones, making a kind of hybrid camera for smartphone-happy photo-takers. But they’re better in concept than in real life.
Lens Camera on Android

New iOS App Memoir Jogs Your Memory With Old Photos

Memoir doesn’t just show you food photos and baby pictures in a news feed. It reminds you where you were in photos from the past.

Cloud Video for You and Your Friends’ Many Devices

Walt reviews RealPlayer Cloud, which lets users of many different devices store their videos online and share them with others.

I’m So Over Oversharing: On Making Our Digital Lives More Real

The next generation of sharing apps could bring a bit more authenticity than the last. We can only hope.

EatWith, an Airbnb for Dinner Parties, Sets Its Sights on U.S. Cities

Why fall into tourist traps when you can eat with local hipsters?

Photo-Sharing Startup Cooliris Partners With China’s Tencent, Russia’s Yandex

More sources of photo input for the startup.