Apple Releases, Password Leaks, and Fashion Week Antics | Weekly Roundup September 12, 2014 - 9/12/2014 -
Motorola beat Apple to the punch with the new Moto X. Last year, the Moto X made a splash with its unique depth of customization with a hyper-focus on user experience but fell short with lackluster equipment. This year it aims to unseat the kings with a device that has power, luxury, efficiency, and most importantly retains the user experience we’ve come to expect from the X series. Gizmodo offers an extensive review with a full spectrum of the options available....more >
Twitter Allows Analytics Access for Everyone, Facebook Aims to Stop Click-Baiting and Adwords Gives Marketers More Space | Weekly Roundup September 4, 2014 - 9/5/2014 -
Facebook continues to strive to create more value from its metrics and has introduced a new feature - being able to track users time spent on their news feeds. Although some companies may disagree that click-bait is a bad thing, especially those in the newspaper industry, Facebook will factor in the ratio of people clicking on the content and compare it
The Power of Time-lapse in Your Hand, Signal Strength as an Ad Targeting Tool, and Video Game Viewing Website Cashes in Big | Weekly Roundup August 29, 2014 - 8/29/2014 -
As if everything wasn’t fast enough, we can now speed it up even more. Hyperlapse is a simplified way to record, edit and share time-lapse videos on-the-go, all on your smartphone. The app, owned and developed by Instagram, was launched on Tuesday and packs some pretty neat features for casual and power users alike. Simply record, adjust playback speed, save and share..it’s that easy. One hidden feature--arguably the app’s most powerful feature--is its advanced image stabilization which ultimately makes the app useful to the everyday user.