Shazam’s latest iPad update includes a new “Auto-tagging” feature that allows the user to set up a more passive background tagging process, when watching TV. Rather than having to remember that Shazam allows you to tag every program, or watch Continue reading
You’ve gotten the tweets: LOL… check out this picture of you… And you know that guy you sort of met at that one thing a few years ago, has had his Twitter account compromised. Twitter just launched a new Continue reading
Mailbox, the Gmail client for iOS, is designed as “Modern tech for an ancient medium”. It is designed to help the user get to the enviable “Inbox Zero” every day with the ability to easily archive or even “snooze” emails Continue reading
At about the 1:00 mark… things get interesting. My forearms hurt just watching it.
With growth in music downloads flattening, and growth in streaming rising, music publishing is having to rethink the economics of digital distribution. That will be putting more pressure on streaming as a revenue generator. From The Verge: With downloads dwindling, Continue reading
Interface design continues to get more natural. I’m looking for that taco place Greg and I went to last year. Foursquare just pushed out an update to their iOS and Android app that allows the user to get specific in a Continue reading
In a 2012 follow up to a 2006 survey, The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project found that: 91% of teens posted a photo of themselves online (up from 76%) 53% posted their email address on social media Continue reading