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Game About Squares Is Just The Distraction You Need Today

Today is Wednesday, which is only slightly better than Monday. If you’re like me, you probably welcome any distraction from the work you are actually supposed to be doing right now. Game About Squares. It’s a game about squares. Really. That’s all you need to know. It’s a puzzle game that doesn’t have any instructions [...]

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With This App, Chat with Those Around You Without Saying a Word

Finally, a way to connect with the people you’re with—and not necessarily the people you know. Slight is an app available for iOS that allows for completely anonymous conversations with those around you. That’s right. No Facebook sign in, no log in name and password, no user accounts, no e-mail. You simply make comments that [...]

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Twitter’s New Feature Shows How Many of Your Followers Actually See Your Tweets

Twitter’s Ads tool has a welcome new feature that shows you a breakdown, by individual tweet, of how many people saw and engaged with each one. If you’re using Twitter to promote yourself, your brand, cause, or event, this is information you’ll appreciate having. It’ll help you figure out when you followers are online and [...]

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Three Business-Centered Twitter Accounts You Have to Follow

If you want your place of business to unblock Twitter from the company Internet, consider telling your boss that it’s not all about the latest pre-teen boy band or the Kardashians. There’s some good stuff on Twitter that can help give you the knowledge your company needs to compete in the ever-changing marketplace. You just [...]

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Facebook Will Soon Launch A ‘Buy’ Button?

Facebook is testing a new feature of its ad service that will make it much easier for users to purchase items they see advertising for. The new feature is a “Buy” button that would appear on ads, and its functionality is intended to make it easier for users to buy products they like directly from [...]

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Fact: Facebook is Better at Facial Recognition Than the FBI

It’s a strange world we live in when a social network is better at identifying criminals than the most powerful law enforcement agency in the country. Not just a little bit better, either. Here’s what’s going on. This summer, the FBI is launching its new facial recognition technology, which it calls NGI (Next Generation Identification). [...]

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iFrogz Tadpole Prank Competition

July 9, 2014 – Today, ZAGG’s sister company, iFrogz teamed up with the popular YouTube personality and prankster, Andrew Hales, launching a prank video competition. Check out Andrew’s video here! This competition revolves around the Tadpole; a popular mini bluetooth speaker by iFrogz. Andrew Hales has used the iFrogz Tadpole to execute a few of [...]

Facebook Is Changing The Way It Tells Users About Events

Facebook Is Changing The Way It Tells Users About Events

Facebook has long displayed events to users based on invitations they’ve received, as well as data points such as events their friends are attending and venues they’ve previously checked in to. The social network is mixing up its processes for events and will be rolling out its “Events For You” feature over the next few [...]

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Is Facebook’s explanation for its News Feed psychology experiment good enough?

Over the past few days, the Internet has exploded with heavy criticism of Facebook for an experiment it conducted on nearly 700,000 unsuspecting users in January 2012. The experiment, conducted by Facebook “data scientists” and researchers from Cornell University and the University of California, altered the content these users saw from their friends to determine [...]

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Awesome Idea: IKEA Builds the First Website Inside Instagram

The idea of eCommerce brands using social networks to promote products to their customers is nothing new, but really great, outside the box approaches are harder to come by. Here’s one we haven’t seen before: IKEA built a functional store within Instagram, using profiles as landing pages and individual photos for categories and specific products. [...]

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