This Week in Review takes a large scoop of tech news and plops it on your mind plate for consumption. First we look at recent account hacking, then some adjustments to the Facebook news feed, and finally we look at a Bitcoin heist.
This Week in Review is a veritable cornucopia of news gathered from the internet. First up we have some news on Winamp, then we look at how Facebook has dramatically increased its number of business pages, and finally we look at how not to run a business- aka the Kleargear Saga.
This Week in Review is filled with a mass of news that will help you better understand the internet. First we look at a new report showing where people are getting their news these days, then we look and laugh at the amazing PR blunder on Twitter, and finally we wrap up with a new Google feature.
This Week in Review is brought to you by the millions of electronic tubes that makes up the internet. First we take a quick look at how Blockbuster is doing (SPOILER: not that great) then we look at Twitter in the wild for the first time, and finally we wrap up with a bird that Apple has snuck under the radar.
This Week in Review is like a hollowed plastic pumpkin full of sweet, delicious tech news. Gorge yourself on exciting tidbits from Google, news on the Tech Surge overtaking Healthcare.gov, and finally grab some popcorn for some great movie ideas.
Apple! Google! Facebook! Instagram! This week in review has so many internet buzz words you should break out a bingo sheet and hope I start mentioning AdWords. First we give you some water cooler ammo with news about Facebook and decapitation, then we look to Apple’s newest toy, new ads being released on Instagram, and why people are grumbling about Yahoo Mail.
This Week in Review takes a look at some exciting news from Facebook, even more exciting news from Facebook, and then looks to the sky as Twitter rejoices now that NASA is back in business.
This Week in Review, we take a quick look around the busy internet. First, we have Twitter making some interesting financial reports as they begin to go public, an anonymous market website is raided by the FBI, and finally New York Comicon hijacks its patrons' social media accounts.
This is a guest post by Janice Fuller, a social media writer.
If you stroll through your local big box retailer, you may already see Christmas shopping has already begun. For the rest of the retailing world, however, the day after Thanksgiving, also known as Black Friday, is the official start of the Christmas retail shopping season. Full-on marketing play ensues from marketers and retailers everywhere to get consumers to hand over their cards for purchases.
This year's marketing efforts get a little more entertaining, as retailers go beyond Facebook for business marketing and take to new social sharing tools to increase brand hipness and cachet among the mobile set. One of these new tools is Vine, the short form video platform owned by Twitter. Vine launched on iOS devices in January 2013 and on Android devices in June. In less than a year, Vine counts upwards of 40,000 users intent on making six-second video clips to entertain, annoy, cajole, or impress.