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 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 Week in Review is all about the internet, how it has been and how it will be affecting our lives for better or for worse. We look at the largest use of the Twitter alert system to date, how your experience on Instagram is going to change thanks to ads, and how you can get free wifi from Facebook.
This Week in Review provides you with only the top of the crop of news stories in the tech world over the past week. We start with a look at how the feud between Instagram and Twitter has expanded, we also look at news from Microsoft on their new product, the Xbox 180, and finally we look at Turkey and what the government wants to do about fake social media accounts.
This Week in Review we look at some interesting news from around the internet. First, we are now able to quantify happiness thanks to the internet, then we look at some legal news involving Nyan Cat and Keyboard Cat, and finally we look at Google’s newest hire.
This Week in Review focuses on the power of the internet and how it’s adapting to our changing world. First, we highlight services by Google to help people find people after the Boston Marathon bombing, next we look at a bill that is being proposed that would eliminate your privacy online, and finally we look at how Twitter is targeting you.
First, the Boston Marathon bombing was a horrible attack on a crowd of innocent people which caused destruction and panic. Our hearts go out to the victims of the attack, the runners of the marathon, and the entire city of Boston.