EA apologises for Nintendo joke

by Ryan Burgesson April 2, 2014
Yesterday was April Fools as we all know and this means people trying to be funny on a concept that I think lost it’s appeal a long, long time ago. EA’s Frostbite Engine account on Twitter took to saying rather mean things about Nintendo’s Wii U after it was revealed EA wouldn’t be making any […]

Turkey now looking to ban YouTube… Again

by Ryan Burgesson March 28, 2014
Turkey’s telecoms authority has taken an ‘administrative measure’ against YouTube because of an audio leak that contains Turkish Officials discussing Syria. I want to try and explain something, the internet isn’t just a hole you can plug and be done with this just creates even more holes and eventually you run out of appendages to […]
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Turkish Finance Minister defends Twitter ban

by Ryan Burgesson March 24, 2014
Turkish Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek has defended his governments ban on Twitter and accused the social networking site of not complying with court orders. Simsek said: The Turkish telecommunications watchdog has made a number of statements saying that they have asked Twitter on a number of occasions to remove some content on the back of […]


Gmail Slowly Returns After Crash; Funny Tweets From Yahoo & Others

by Eric Brownon January 25, 2014
Gmail and other Google services like Google+, Google Hangouts (GChat) have returned after an outage. It was long enough to send Gmail’s millions of users to Twitter to complain about not being able to check their e-mails. The Google+ outage also affected YouTube comments under the new system, which means those weren’t loading at all on videos. […]
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Top five Suggestions to Expand your Twitter Following Online

by Chris Murphyon October 17, 2013
When it comes to online community, Twitter’s latest activity and development has become the size of Facebook. It’ll only take you a couple of minutes to have things going with creating a Twitter account and posting messages. It is simply so simple. For you to begin noticing outcomes, nevertheless, needs a great deal of time. […]

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Instagram Or Vine: The Video-Sharing Battle

by Chris Murphyon July 23, 2013
Instagram recently updated its photo-sharing app and added video as a new way to share life moments. Competing with the video app, Vine, Facebook launched the video feature for Instagram last week. However, Vine and Instagram have a few different qualities to bring to the table. While Vine offers six seconds of video time, Instagram […]
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#NBARapidReplay Brings Instant Highlights to Twitter

by Anna Johnsonon July 3, 2013
Twitter has a great influence on the sports world. Sports tweeters consist of pro athletes, fans, franchises and even popular parody accounts. As great as Twitter is at being a sports hub for alerting users of close games, great plays and historic moments, a common problem is missing the event live. Now, the NBA and […]

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4 Things Every Band Needs in the Digital Era

by Chris Murphyon May 6, 2013
Making music has never been easier with bands and singers (ahem, Justin Bieber) getting famous just from YouTube. However, just because technology is rampant doesn’t mean that musicians are using it all to their advantage. There are a few things every band needs in order to up their exposure in all the right ways. For […]
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Zynga Brings New Version of Draw Something

by Anna Johnsonon April 29, 2013
The pictionary-like game “Draw Something” has recently released a second version about a year after being acquired by Zynga. Zynga has been struggling lately in the app market after the first quarter. Zynga has seen most of its success come from games that involve some kind of social atmosphere. Its hit games like Words With Friends and […]

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New Discovery Feature in Twitter’s Future

by Anna Johnsonon April 26, 2013
Twitter is currently working on an in-app feature that will allow users to discover tweets based on location. Twitter has just been testing the feature within the company and has not revealed the full potential of the app. However, this new discovery feature would be a big step forward for the social media app. Twitter’s […]
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Twitter to Launch New Music App This Week

by Anna Johnsonon April 15, 2013
The software development company We Are Hunted was acquired by Twitter late in 2012. Founded by Stephen Phillips, Richard Slatter and Michael Doherty, We Are Hunted created internet search technology that finds new music trending on web sites and search engines.  The acquisition was kept secret until early last week when We Are Hunted announced the deal […]
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Gangnam Style Or Harlem Shake? Which One is More Popular

by Anna Johnsonon March 23, 2013
Both, Gangnam Style and Harlem Shake are trending all over social media, but which one is the most popular? Ghergich & Co analyzed number of tweets per country, social media negative and positive comments, performance and finally created this cool infographic. See also Gangnam Style ‘Too Legit To Quit’: Psy and MC Hammer Duet (WATCH) Between […]

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Twitter and Square Co-founder Wants to Be The Mayor of NYC

by Eric Brownon March 18, 2013
Jack Dorsey, one of the co-founders of the popular social network Twitter and Square, the mobile payments company, announced during an interview with Lara Logan at CBS’s 60 Minutes, that he is thinking about moving to New York City and running for the mayor position someday. He currently lives in San Francisco and he is originally from […]

4 Super Bowl Ads Banned for Being Too Competitive, Racist or Politically Incorrect

by Anna Johnsonon February 1, 2013
  Do you have over $4 million for a 30-second commercial during this year’s Super Bowl? Well that doesn’t guarantee you that the ad will air because it must be submitted to the network for approval, which is CBS. CBS, broadcasting the event this year, has already banned four commercials to date, but the ads […]

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BlackBerry 10 Super Bowl Ads Will Run First

by Eric Brownon January 27, 2013
RIM (which is short from “Research in Motion”) will run its first Super Bowl ad, which will advertise the new BlackBerry 10 smartphone and operating system. The company that created the BlackBerry 10 Super Bowl Ads is London’s AMV BBDO, but RIM did not disclose any details about the commercial. Research in Motion will unveil the […]
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Now You Can 3-D Print Nokia Lumia 820 Cases

by Eric Brownon January 19, 2013
Nokia just released the design files that will let you use 3D printers to make your own Lumia 820 cases. The files contain mechanical drawings, case measurements and recommended materials. The Nokia Lumia 820, unveiled last year, in September, includes removable shell cases that let owners switch the color of their smartphone and enable wireless charging. […]

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SellSimple App Helps You Sell Everywhere in Under a Minute

by Chris Murphyon January 5, 2013
The popular service SellSimple has launched its iOS app, which will help you sell any item across several popular marketplaces like Craigslist, eBay, Facebook, Twitter, Etsy, and the other SellSimple marketplaces. The main idea is to increase the chances of an item being sold. The SellSimple app is the creation of Kelian Suaya and Julian […]
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100 Social Networking Statistics and Facts for 2012 (INFOGRAPHIC)

by Chris Murphyon January 4, 2013
Each day Facebook users spend 10.5 Billion minutes, about 20,000 years, on this social network, 58% of them return daily, there are added 250 million photos daily and over 500 million likes. Oh…and 1 out of every 7 minutes spent online is spent on…Facebook! Google+ comes in second with 75 million daily users, Linkedin has […]

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iPhone 6 is Coming in Fall And Apple is Testing iOS 7

by Chris Murphyon January 2, 2013
It feels like the iPhone 5 just hit the shelves, but we are already expecting iPhone 6. And it is coming. According to sources Apple is testing a device with the identifier iPhone 6.1, which will be running iOS 7. Why 6.1? Because though we call the current Apple smartphone,  iPhone 5,  Apple refers to it […]
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Randi Zuckerberg Having a Facebook Freakout Over Photo Going Viral

by Nick Adamson December 29, 2012
Mark Zuckerberg’s sister, Randi, got stymied by Facebook’s privacy policy this week when a photo she posted for her friends was shared publicly over Twitter. Twitter user @cshweitz shared a photo of the Zuckerberg family checking out Poke, the latest mobile app developed by Facebook, early Wednesday. Digital etiquette: always ask permission before posting a […]
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The 6 Craziest Job Openings in the Military Domain

by Nick Adamson December 28, 2012
Military-Industrial Artist Let’s face it, your artistic talent is going to waste working for minimum wage at that coffee bar. And you’re not exactly using your top-secret security clearance either, brewing up mochaccinos. Luckily, there’s a job that combines your comic book skills with your remarkable ability to make it through art school while only […]