Amazon has made it easy for users of the IMDb iOS app to go from reading about a film to watching it, after it added Amazon Instant Video links to the app for the movie database that it bought in 2008.
Six months after its initial launch, the preview of Outlook.com, Microsoft’s free webmail service that is meant to replace the aging Hotmail brand and design, now has over 60 million active users according to the company’s own data.
I find statistics absolutely delicious. Pew research released fresh stats on what slice of Americans are addicted to all of the various social networks as of December 2012. There are a few big business and cultural implications.
Just in time for Posterous’ closure on April 30th, a service has launched to bring Posterous blogs over to rival service, Tumblr. JustMigrate was announced the same day that Posterous unceremoniously called it quits via its blog.
Google’s Android platform dominates the U.K.’s smartphone landscape, powering 54 percent of the handsets in use at the end of 2012 (Kantar’s data). But what apps are U.K. Android owners spending increasing amounts of time on?
To Prod Men to the Grooming Aisle, Retailers Use Digital Tactics The FINANCIAL According to a new emarketer report, “Groomed for Growth: Digital Strategies Reach Men in the Personal Care Aisle,” this presents a challenge for personal care marketers...
Today it was reported on Quartz that sources with knowledge of the situation have indicated that Dropbox intends on going public in 2013. This is not surprising news as much as the timing is interesting.
Does easier mean better: junk food algorithms and protecting our mental agility “ ““Technology is very seductive, and it is certainly changing the way things are designed and made… ” ” View Post (Photo: Does easier mean better: junk food algorithms...