Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Tag: technology

Facebook launches “Video On Instagram”

Facebook has announced that it will bring video to Instagram, the popular photo sharing service which the company acquired last year for $1 billion. In...

Facebook launches Verified Pages

Facebook announced earlier today that it is rolling out Verified Pages and profiles, much like the system already in use by Twitter, Vine, and Google+....

‘Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag,’ first look at the open-world action series’ new pirate...

After taking players on historically rich romps through the Third Crusade, Renaissance-era Italy, and the American Revolution, Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed franchise is bringing fans...

Anti-Piracy “Six Strikes System” going into effect this week

A long-talked-about but never enacted (until yesterday) anti-piracy movement has begun. The Copyright Alert System (CAS)--or what is popularly being called the "six strikes"...

Instagram introduces web feed-browsing

Instagram have announced via their blog today that you can now view your Instagram feed online. A few months ago, the photo sharing app announced...

Apple in talks to launch online radio in 2013

Yesterday we learned that Apple Inc. has gobbled up The Beatles' Apple Corps logo, and today we learn that they're creeping in for the...

Apple Inc. acquires rights to The Beatles’ Apple Corps logo

The score of a long-waged legal war between Apple Inc. and Apple Corps, the multimedia company founded by members of The Beatles, has fallen...

“Like-A-Hug”: The social media vest that turns Facebook “likes” into a hug

Feeling lonely in the colder months and need some comfort? Wish Facebook was creepier than ever? All your dreams come true with the Like-A-Hug...

Rdio introduces new way for artists to monetize streaming music through fan engagement

Digital music service Rdio has introduced a new way for bands to monetize their music streaming through a new program called the Rdio Artist...

Kickstarter adds new rules, kills crowd-funding items that don’t exist yet

While the music industry spent a few weeks hammering Kickstarter millionaire Amanda Palmer for not paying musicians (she finally caved and is paying now), the...

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