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Monday, October 21, 2013

O/T: What People Did For Fun Before the Internet via @mashables

 I've wondered this too just last night....



It's a sad truth, but the Internet consumes our lives. A day without Netflix, a moment without email or a second without Google is beyond imagination

But there once was a time — many, many years ago (but not really that long) — when humans had to find a non-web-based form of entertainment

In this Sunday comic, Nitrozac and Snaggy of The Joy of Tech imagine how our prehistoric ancestors wasted time without the luxury of social media


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Friday, October 4, 2013

5 Billion People Will Use Mobile Phones by 2017 via @mashables




Four years from now, 5.1 billion people will be mobile phone users around the globe — almost 1 billion more mobile users than the 4.3 billion people worldwide using them now.

Asia, the region that will see the most growth, is already home to the most mobile phone users. Some 2.4 billion people there use mobile phones, a figure projected to grow to 2.9 billion by 2017.

Statista's chart, below, compares mobile phone penetration in 2013 to forecasts for 2017 in different regions of the world.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

.@Amazon's Powerful New Kindle Fires and Other News You Need to Know via @Mashables (@amazonkindles)




Welcome to this morning's edition of "First To Know," a series in which we keep you in the know on what's happening in the digital world.

Today, we're looking at three particularly interesting storiesAndroid users who want to use Apple's iMessage service had the option to do so for a limited amount of timeAmazon announced the latest generation of Kindle Fires, which are total powerhouses. And Twitter begins to send follow suggestions via mobile alerts.

Check out the video above for more on these stories.

Image: Mashable

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

#Twitter Inks Largest Partnership to Date With CBS via @mashables




Twitter added its largest Amplify partnership to date on Monday, bringing CBS into the fold as part of its program to bring additional video content to Twitter streams in real-time.

The partnership with CBS includes 20 of the company's brands and 42 different shows, making it the largest collection of packages included in one Amplify deal. Twitter and CBS made the announcement on Monday at Advertising Week in New York City.

Twitter's Amplify program, which launched in May, is designed to help broadcasters share additional video content with viewers in hopes of capturing their attention both via TV and then on their "second screen" (either phone or tablet). Sports broadcasts, for example, have used Twitter to immediately show video replays of important plays or moments from a game. The video clips play short advertisements before the featured content, and advertisers can also pay to promote the tweet to increase its visibility Read more...

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