Oh Look, Jony Ive Ate Pizza With Silicon Valley’s Most Powerful People Last Night [Image]

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Everybody wants to be Jony Ive’s friend, so he probably gets invited to a lot of the dinners where Silicon Valley’s elite just hangout, scarf down pizza, and get blitzed on wine. We rarely see pictures of such events, but last night a picture was posted of Sir Jony himself hanging out with 11 of the most powerful people in Silicon Valley.

The dinner was hosted by Nirav Tolia – a longtime Silicon Valley entrepreneur – and featured the CEOs of Twitter, Yelp, Path, Dropbox, Yahoo, and other companies. What’d they do besides eat pizza? Did a wild night of karaoke follow over at Marrisa Mayer’s manor? Who knows? Who cares? But we’re glad Jony gets to hangout with people outside the mothership from time to time.

Here’s a list of everyone that was present at the dinner:

Path Comes To iPad With A New Look That Takes Full Advantage Of The Larger Display

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Path looks awesome in landscape mode on the iPad.
Path looks awesome in landscape mode on the iPad.

Path, the popular “personal network” exclusive to smartphones and tablets, has today made its debut on the iPad. With a new interface designed to take full advantage of the iPad’s larger display, Path for iPad “allows for larger moments” and lets you see more of your family and friends on one screen.

Path Update Pulls From Instagram, Facebook And Foursquare, But Only For New Users

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New users can get a kick-start from their existing social networks

 

A new update to the private social network app Path brings a curious secret feature: you can now automatically import your Facebook, Instagram and Foursquare updates without doing anything. But there’s a catch: you’ll need to sign up for a new account to do it.

Path 2.5 Adds Film & Book Sharing, New Photo Editing Tools, Personal Invitations & More

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Path gets a stack of new features in its latest update.
Path gets a stack of new features in its latest update.

Path just pushed out a new update to its iPhone app, introducing a number of nifty new features. Users now have the ability to share their favorite films and books, send personal invitations with their own message to their friends, snap photos using the volume button and then edit them with Path’s new tools, and more.