Wednesday, September 18, 2019

China’s Meitu review: Eye-widening, skin-lightening, chin-narrowing photo apps

Their eye-widening, skin-lightening, chin-narrowing photo apps and “beautifying” video platform are ubiquitous in China, downloaded a billion times in total, according to the company....

KDX Vice Presidents talk about world’s only glasses-free 3D solutions in...

SALIH SARIKAYA - LAS VEGAS - #CES2017 - JAN 2017 3D videos has never been more easy to watch. Introducing KDX, the world’s first glasses-free...

5 Social Media Marketing trends and tips

Tech Columnist Jessica Davis  published an article on the 5 big trends and tips for Social Media Marketing. In the last five years, social networks have acquired about...

Elon Musk has launched the ‘X.com’ website

Elon Musk announced on Twitter that he's officially launched his X.com website today.  “Excited to announce the launch of x.com!” Musk posted on his Twitter pageFriday. X.com...

Tumblr ads review: Tumblr annouced new ads across all blogs

Tumblr this week quietly announced plans to roll out a new advertising program across its site which will see it implementing ads across users’ blogs....

9 cybersecurity tip to keep your information relatively confidential!

Tech Columnist Elizabeth Weise published an article on the 9 cybersecurity tips for the mildly paranoid (plus 4 for the truly anxious) So it looks as if the CIA...

The line of Pokemon stickers will raise funds for children affected...

Messaging app Line is chalking up karma points with their latest sticker release. On Tuesday, the Japanese company released a new set of Pokémon-themed stickers,...

5 awesome Android tips and tricks

Tech Columnist Marc Saltzman listed 5 awesome Android tips and tricks If you use a smartphone, chances are it’s an Android. Not only are there multiple phone makers...

These companies are ‘Falling Short’ on user privacy

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has published the latest edition of its "Who has your back" privacy report...  Four big telecom companies -- AT&T, Comcast, T-Mobile,...

You can already pre-order cases for for the iPhone 7 and...

Thanks to leakers and the intense interest around unreleased Apple products, we have a pretty good idea of what the iPhone 7 and iPhone...

5 Tech Gifts Your Valentine Will Love

 The Fortune magazine listed the  5 tech gifts for your valentine will love There are plenty of gift guides online ahead of Valentine's Day, and...

Pokemon GO new features coming soon: trading, legendaries

People are eager to know what's coming next for Pokémon Go, the super popular mobile game for iPhone and Android. According to news of BusinessInsider the biggest features requested by...

Viber has introduced a new ‘Secret Chats’ feature

According to the indianexpress.com, Viber has introduced a new ‘Secret Chats’ feature that allows users to send end-to-end encrypted photos and videos with self-destruct...

What is TripPix for iOS? How to use TripPix?

Shutterfly, a digital photo veteran, has cooked up a way to lure a new generation back into making old-fashioned photo books, complete with scrapbook-y touches —...

10 things you should know about iOS 10 and New Control...

Settings to change right away on iOS 10. Just downloaded the latest version of iOS? Here are five settings to change now. According to CNET, iOS...

3 tools for monitoring your online Reputation management

Tech Columnist Alexa Matia published an article on the 3 tools for monitoring your online reputation.  If people are talking about you and your business online, you...

Curioos Review: Curioos goes beyond the digital art prints with die-cut...

Curioos Review: Curioos goes beyond the digital art prints with die-cut aluminum prints. Curioos has experimented with other formats in the past, but its...

Using a Kodi Box could soon be illegal

Tech Columnist AARON BROWN published an article on the Kodi Box.  USING a Kodi Box could soon be illegal, following a fresh round of discussions from the UK's...

How programmatic is unlocking the promise of native advertising

Native is everywhere these days, making ads less intrusive and more effective. An infusion of programmatic tech has made the unobtrusive units an essential...

Are you still playing Pokémon Go?

The first few days were so exciting. After a few days of being one of the few who downloaded the game through a US iTunes account, everyone around...

5 Best Email Marketing Campaign Practices

Tech Columnist Lindsay Kolowich listed the 5 of the best email marketing campaign examples you've ever seen At one point or another, we all need inspiration to do...

Pinterest Video: It will have its own native video tool

Pinterest Product Manager Steve Davis announced that the platform will soon be rolling out its own native video player. Video has been a growing medium...

Truck driver playing Pokémon Go kills woman

A driver apparently distracted by Pokémon Go has killed one woman and seriously injured another in Japan, marking the first fatal accident involving the augmented...

You should update your iPhone ASAP

Apple has released a new iOS update today, following the news that malware designed to snoop on iPhones was discovered in the wild by...

Adblock Plus has already defeated Facebook’s new ad blocking restrictions

On Tuesday, Facebook announced it will begin showing ads in desktop browsers “for people who currently use ad blocking software.” Adblock Plus, the most...

Google will punish sites that use annoying pop-up ads

Websites with mobile pop-up ads, watch out. Google is cracking down on the "intrusive" advertising by knocking down those pages in its search results,...

Metal 3d printing machine: How it works?

While many designers and engineers find success with 3D-printing parts in plastic for prototyping and low-volume production, producing parts out of metal using similar...

BlackBerry’s security-focused Android identity crisis

Consider BlackBerry. Think about the company, its products, its most iconic features. What comes to mind? Business apps? A QWERTY keyboard? BBM? The once-mighty...

Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 review: All things you need to know about

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is full of new spesifications. If you are an Android user, you will like it. The Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphone has...

How to Prevent Hacking: 7 Steps

Hackers can attack you in so many different ways. There are seven steps can protect your computers from hackers.  Keep a passcode enabled on your...

BuzzFeed is building a video empire on food porn

BuzzFeed’s Tasty video channel hasn’t just become a model for other food publishers (not to mention parodies), but for BuzzFeed itself. Less than a year...

Trulia’s new Facebook Messenger bot can find you an apartment or...

You can now find an apartment or house to rent using Trulia’s new Facebook Messenger bot. The bot is designed to help you find a new...

The Tesla Model S now has wireless charging

Aftermarket EV charging company Evatran is almost ready to start shipping its Plugless wireless charging aftermarket solution to Tesla Model S owners who pre-ordered...

Everything you need to know about Cloudbleed, the latest Internet security...

Tech Columnist Adam Clark Estes published an article on the latest Internet Security Disaster: Cloudbleed Have you heard? A tiny bug in Cloudflare’s code has led an unknown quantity...

Facebook’s New Ad-Free Desktop Page Layout Coming to All Users

Last month, we reported that Facebook was testing out a new, ad-free desktop Page layout that looks something like this: Facebook has now confirmed that...

2016 Year in Preview: Your calendar of made-up brand holidays

Download Digiday’s full 2016 Year in Preview PDF here. From National Doughnut Day (June 3) to National Underwear Day (Aug. 5), it seems like every...

The latest email marketing statistics of 2016

The only thing that stays stable in the changing atmosphere of digital environment is email marketing. Its importance is getting bigger and bigger day...

How CBS is trying to get big-name advertisers into podcasts

“Serial” may have put the podcasting format on the map, but getting the ad revenue to follow is another story. The CBS Local Digital Media launched...

OnePlus 3 review: 4K video recording, crazy price and security patches

OnePlus Improves Video Quality On The OnePlus 3 In OxygenOS 3.2.2. The OnePlus 3 is finally the gorgeous smartphone it should be with flagship killing...

Which browser uses less power, lasts longer? Chrome, Edge, Opera, Firefox

Chrome may have improved, but Edge still lasts longer according to Microsoft. Microsoft says its browser uses less power, lasts longer. Microsoft Trashes Google in New...

iOS 10 review: Should you upgrade now for iOS 10 features?

iOS 10 review: doors into the walled garden Your apps can work in more places, but not everywhere There's a very good chance that you've already...

Programmatic needs people: The 3 kinds of talent a $22 billion...

With programmatic spending expected to top $22 billion this year, ad tech is hungry for top talent. Despite early fears of a man versus...

‘Google for Work’ is now ‘Google Cloud’ and ‘Google Apps for...

After a report from The Information a few days ago claiming that Google would be ditching the Google for Work brand today, Google has...

The recipe for Tito’s killer social media cocktail

Long shunned by whiskey aficionados for being a less sophisticated spirit, vodka has been enjoying a recent resurgence thanks to a new generation of cocktail-oriented...

How to start UX design career: How to become a UX...

In this post, we’ll dive deep into how to start your UX design career. The UX design job market is exploding right now with a...

Self-driving, driverless Uber cars are now on the street to serve...

But there will still be a human driver for safety and the law. Very soon, residents of this hilly city will become the first Americans...

BlackBerry DTEK50 review: The world’s most secure Android smartphone

Tags: DTEK50 review, DTEK 50 price, DTEK 50 specifications, DTEK 50 release date, BlackBerry DTEK 50, DTEK 50 smartphone. BlackBerry DTEK50 review: The world’s most secure Android smartphone... In today's world...

Robots used by police: Law Enforcement Robots do what humans find...

LAW ENFORCEMENT ACROSS the globe use semi-autonomous technology to do what humans find too dangerous, boring, or just can’t. This week, the Cleveland Police...
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