Wikivoyage pulled out of the port this morning, embarking on a journey to provide free, community-generated, travel guides around the world. Wikivoyage is the Wikimedia Foundation‘s 12th official project.
Those who utilize Google+ Hangouts on Air live streams will appreciate that the search company has rolled out a minor update to offer a far improved viewing experience when watching a video stream with just one presenter.
A reminder to factor in variation in conversion from mobile when modelling sales from mobile site visitors Reviewing the latest statistics on increased use of mobile is useful for making the case for mobile marketing.
Drones can be deadly. They're used in Afghanistan, Pakistan and elsewhere to spy and take out suspected terrorists. But drones can be good too. We've already seen that their potential extends beyond the battlefield.
Isn’t it strange that one person can have influence on about almost anything? The truth is that every individual has influence. Managing ‘influence’ will have a bigger impact in the long run than managing influencers.
Facebook just announced its ambitious new Graph Search this morning, but even more intriguing to me was a slightly minor side-announcement: the company is also relying on Microsoft’s Bing for web searches within Facebook.
Movea showed off a way to use a phone’s existing sensors to calculate your position indoors, a beast of a problem for mobile devices. Typical global-positioning system (GPS) satellite data works outdoors, with a line of sight to satellites in space.
A health IT startup claims since its mobile health app to improve patient adherence hit the market in November, patient adherence has exceeded 81 percent. Dinesh Chindarkar's insight: With increasing smartphone users India could really benefit!
Sina Weibo has over 400-million registered users, although it’s hard to know how many of those are overseas. Nonetheless, today the Twitter-esque Weibo has just rolled out a partial English language interface.
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