It’s a known universal law that if Facebook mentions the word redesign it will trigger an endless murmur of discontent. The latest update to Facebook is slowly being implemented. Despite all of the simplification and prettiness, it leaves a lot to be desired.
Videos for Your Cats is not for dogs, say four dogs who watched a video on the YouTube channel. Since dogs can’t actually talk, you’ll have to watch this video to see what we mean.
What if you picked the wrong school? Most colleges will send along a magazine filled with success stories and other news from notable graduates. The difference with LinkedIn is that you can see the alumni statistics of 200 million people from 22,000 colleges and universities around the world, not just your own.
Google and Facebook are at war over search. Can multi-graph provider Ark help you from becoming collateral damage?
The battle between Facebook and LinkedIn for dominance in the professional networking space may resolve itself with the help of a handy new tool. Launched today, CareerSonar connects to both LinkedIn and Facebook to give job seekers a complete overview of their personal and professional networks.
Imagine easily purchasing the products you see in print ads with your iPhone. “Everywhere commerce” is the vision of German app startup Shopgate, which will enter the U.S. market in early 2013.
Skype today released an upgrade to the phone call and messaging service that will make it more compatible with the Android tablets that will soon be flying off the shelves for the holiday season. Here’s what reviewers have to say about version 3.0:
Citia is a new iPad app that condenses nonfiction eBooks into sharable, 3-D note cards. In this episode of “App Slap,” we take a look at what Citia does with Wired co-founder Kevin Kelly’s latest book, What Technology Wants.
We’ve made our way into 2012 and as we start the new year with a fresh slate it’s the perfect time to look back and see what we did right (and what we did wrong) over the past 12 months. A fun new infographic from Flowtown, in partnership with Column Five, takes a look at the biggest social media trends and events over the past year and determines which “hit the spot” and which “missed the mark.”
Last week I decided to check out Namesake, the new community for real-time conversation with real people, and offer up a review. So here it is—5 things I liked (and 2 I didn’t) about the new Namesake social network.