Yesterday, Instagram announced it will follow in the footsteps of Facebook and Twitter, switching its users’ photo feed from chronological to an algorithm that surfaces top posts. The new feed of content a user sees when they open the app will be based on the likelihood the user will be interested in the content, his/her
Google Photos, Google’s picture and video-sharing and storage service, has been upgraded to give users a bunch of new features aimed at improving ease of use. The changes affect both the desktop-web version and Android. First up is what’s happening on desktop. Users who’ve been upset by Google Photos’ decision to abandon the Snapseed-based picture-editing
In this country we have rights. Under the 6th Amendment we have very specific rights “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by
The challenge for Marissa Mayer, when she became the C.E.O. of Yahoo, in 2012, was tough.During the two-thousands, Yahoo had increasingly identified itself not as a traditional tech company but as a media company that created content—news, sports statistics, financial data—that was distributed online, with the idea that Yahoo could sell advertising against the material
According to Ex-CEO of PayPal David Marcus, “we are now in Money 3.0 era.” Cash represents Money 1.0, credit cards represent Money 2.0, and with digital / mobile payments we have entered Money 3.0 era. Leave your wallet at home.