This morning Instagram announced Instagram Direct, a new feature to privately send your friends photos and videos. Instagram refers to these photos on its blog as ‘moments’ to help people share things like “An inside joke between friends captured on the go, a special family moment or even just one more photo of your new puppy.”
Are they vampires or sippers? Here’s what’s worth worrying about and what’s not.
But we should all be cynical when it comes to the actions and intentions of companies that are hoovering up billions in taxpayer cash for nothing in return.
Nearly two years after Apple called on the Fair Labor Association to access working conditions and labor practices at its partners? facilities in China, the FLA said it?s completed its inspections of the company?s largest supplier, Foxconn, which assembles the iPhone and iPad.
The November NPD report on the videogame industry is out, and while we don’t have specific numbers, Sony says that its PS4 beat out Microsoft’s Xbox One in total sales. It’s unsurprising because the PS4 came out one week earlier, giving it a little more time to bulk up those numbers for the month.
Technology keeps making it more efficient to buy goods and services online but, in the world of brick and mortar, the only changes to retailing have been the pervasion of credit cards and giving customers a choice between paper and plastic.
These are the really, really simple things you should be doing to keep casual intruders from invading your privacy.
Twitter redefines “blocking” on social media.
NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity is trying to figure out whether the red planet ever offered a habitable environment for life, and it’s taking amazing photos in the process.
'Obama Phones' are making news again but this time at the state level. One state, fed up with abuse, is taking the issue head on by imposing a new fee on beneficiaries of the program.
Instagram Direct lets you send photos to the people we know will appreciate them, and spare others the aggravation.
Elon Musk says if we want to set up shop on the Red Planet, we’ll need to figure out how to get there in less time, and perhaps even consider some “bioengineering” to adapt for life there.
The buzz surrounding Twitter’s IPO has died down and Facebook investors have moved past the social network’s rocky market debut. The question now — who’s next?