Meet, the Scrubba, a portable washing machine, in form of a bag. This wash bag, allows people to do their laundry, on-the-go. The Scrubba is a lightweight, foldable bag that features small nodules to help sc...Read more »
Fall TV season kicks off this week, and hoping to connect with the viewers with the help of social media.
The Fall TV season, supported by the Samsung Galaxy S II, kicks off this week with all five broadcast networks hoping that their new shows will connect with viewers. To help the cause, the said networks have turned to social networks – Twitter and Facebook – and check-in services such as GetGlue.
Check out the networks’ new shows that will air on Tuesday nights this fall by hitting the jump. But be noted though that ABC won’t premiere its block of family sitcoms until October 11. Consequently, the chart might not accurately represent the scope of the network’s planned social media campaign.Read the rest of the article »
The Joy of Tech gives you examples of social network avatar, and what they mean.
In this generation, almost everyone have an account on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and all of them uses different types of avatars to represent themselves. That’s why The Joy of Tech shows us various types of social media avatars that an individual could encounter in any social network.
Check out the examples of social media avatar after the leap and see what they might mean.Read the rest of the article »
Status updates that you have posted one to two years ago will now be displayed on your Facebook profile.
The world’s most popular social-networking site, Facebook, has been reported to kick off a new feature which is capable of displaying your status updates that have been posted one to two years ago. Placed in a small box at the right-hand column of the screen, the feature carries the titles “On This Day in 2010″ or “On This Day in 2009.” According to some users, the box happens to appear while browsing through one’s photo albums.
Users could also see more status updates by clicking the “Show More” button. However, Facebook is not able to display updates that are posted earlier than year 2009, since the site did not have a wide number of users in 2008 and 2007.Read the rest of the article »
Bit.ly has acquired automated social publishing tool, Twitterfeed, extending its capabilities into the social media platform.
Bit.ly, a popular URL shortening service on the micro-blogging website Twitter, has just bought Twitterfeed.
Twitterfeed is a program which lets bloggers publish their write-ups and RSS feeds into Twitter, Facebook, and other social services. According to the company, the purpose of this acquisition was to improve the functions of the two services, making it easier for web users to organize, shorten, and share their links. Bit.ly is probably the best URL shortener to date – in fact, it is the default URL shortening service of Twitter before they’ve planned to develop their own.Read the rest of the article »
After nine months of introducing the new version to users, the Twitter company announced today that they will be eliminating the old version this week.
Several months ago, the social media company – Twitter – announced that they will be eliminating the old version of the micro-blogging website “very, very soon.” Now, the company has yet released another message stating that the old version has completely retired and urged users to utilize the new version of Twitter starting this week.
“If you’re currently using Old Twitter, we want to let you know that you’ll be upgraded to New Twitter this week,” the company affirmed in a tweet.
Ever since Twitter introduced the new version to users, they have been releasing messages, asking people to leave the old version and switch to the new one. Last June, the company made the announcement more urgent. They changed the color of the top bar into yellow as an alert for Tweeps, and even posted tweets stating: “You will automatically be upgraded to New Twitter very, very soon.”Read the rest of the article »
London 2012 Olympic Games featured a new contest to uncover which country uses Twitter most.
The forthcoming London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games just got more exciting, as it highlights a new contest that aims to figure out which country has the largest number of online fans. The said contest will be choosing its top 20 countries based on the most numbers of YouTube videos, Flickr photos, and Twitter tweets.
As of now, fans already submitted over 20,000 tweets — placing Great Britain on the number one spot, followed by Brazil, U.S., Canada and the Netherlands.Read the rest of the article »
Check out OBizMedia's Infographic that shows how Facebook makes money.
Google+ is designed not only for the purpose of helping web users. In one way or another, it is also created to battle with the social site — Facebook.
The two giants may have common goals, but the way of how they earn money has a very huge difference.
Since the debut of Google, they aim for nothing than providing people with only the right and immediate answers for their queries. They became successful in this industry because they have been the platform for both individuals and businesses to attain certain goals. Through Google’s services, they let people reach opportunities, and allow opportunities to find people. With the right mixture of connections and discovery, the search engine giant may be able to make $25 billion per year through AdWords.
On the other hand, Facebook holds a simpler attitude with regards to this matter, as implied by OBizMedia’s infographics posted after the cut.Read the rest of the article »
Justin Bieber tweeted out his first Instagram picture to his 11.188+ million followers.
In just a couple of minutes, the team of Instagram – a popular iPhone app – noticed their servers exploding. Not because they are being attacked by some sort of hackers, but because Justin Bieber just created his account on Instagram and tweeted out his first ever photo.
According to Photorank.me, Justin Bieber collected almost 1,700 followers in just one hour of using the said service. Instagram co-founder, Kevin Systrom, confirmed to the public that the photo was officially uploaded by pop star since it was linked from his Twitter account. He also stated that the celebrity’s single post had been the cause of the massive flow of people in the application, wherein Justin Bieber garnered 50 followers a minute.Read the rest of the article »
Twitter confirmed that Jack Dorsey, Kevin Cheng, Josh Elman, and two other key product guys are no longer in the company.
The micro-blogging site, Twitter, unveiled an unexpected news yesterday, announcing that four of their key product managers just left the company. The said action was led by co-founder and former CEO – Jack Dorsey – casts off, Kevin Cheng and Josh Elman, and two other unnamed key product guys. Meanwhile, the Twitter management did not give any comments regarding the issue, but they pointed out that “Some people have left the company and we appreciate their contributions.”
Though the names of the other two managers who left were not yet disclosed, it is confirmed that Mr. Cheng and Mr. Elman were already out of the company. These two guys have undeniably contributed enough time and commitment to Twitter over the past several years. Josh Elman, the former Platform Manager of Facebook, was hired by Twitter, while Kevin Cheng handed out on the “New Twitter” project.Read the rest of the article »
How sure are you that your kid is safe while using the Internet? All We Like shares with you some tips on how to secure your kids from dangerous Social Networks.
There are lots of social websites emerging every day that are made for kids. However, as a parent, you should be sure that the site where you let your child sign in and surf is safe for them.
Before you let your child join a social website, you must first ask several questions to be assured that it is suitable for your kids. Ask them who manages the site, and make sure that they have a good reputation in running a site that requires child safety measures. The people behind the social network must have a good track record of managing an online community, and they must be endorsed by people or groups that you trust.Read the rest of the article »
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