The Bitcoin Foundation addresses the recent media frenzy over the currency’s creator: “[Bitcoin is] ultimately controlled by no one.”
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Vine is testing editorially-curated video lists based on specific categories and has banned “explicit sexual content.”
Getty announced a new embedding feature on its website that makes 35 million images free for non-commercial use.
“The LEGO Story” was shared 27,185 times in seven days.
“There’s not a huge difference between a stop-motion Vine and other content, like photos and/or text, when posted to a channel like Twitter.”
Blackphone is a “journey built upon privacy, control and security wrapped in a high-end smartphone built by a team of cryptographers, security and mobile innovators.”
Positioned in unregulated airspace, the satellite drones would further Facebook’s goal of bringing Internet access to developing countries.
“Welcome to world of the ever-connected, always-on, highly-opinionated, on-the-move customer.”
More than half of marketing professionals worldwide say video content leads to the greatest ROI.
As email and social media messages keep getting shorter, studies of message length continue to uncover behavioral data useful in the design of social-media platforms.