An a cappella app by PicPlayPost is the internet’s new obsession
Most men will tell you their penis is priceless. But on the opera stage the family jewels are worth $67.62.
Now that I have your attention…the really interesting thing about this article is the inclusion of interactive media, a direction we are are moving in with our new level 4 module ‘Interactive Media’. This module is actually a more relevant name for what was previously called ‘Web Animation’.
Huawei’s quick-charging lithium-ion batteries power up 10 times faster than regular batteries by using new technique
User agreements are written for regulators and lawyers but a new database intends to help consumers make more informed choices to ensure data is protected
No one reads those interminable terms of service agreements onInstagram, WhatsApp and their like. But they could make the difference between life and death, according to Rebecca MacKinnon.
“It may be about whether you get tortured for what you wrote on Facebook or not, or whether you get tried based on some of the stuff you had in your text messages or something you uploaded. They’re worth a lot to human beings,” said MacKinnon, the leader of a new project that hopes to show people just what they are signing away when they blindly click “agree”
The battle between the advertising industry, mobile phone operators, publishers and privacy advocates has reached new heights, with Apple’s decision to allow ad-blocking extensions in its Safari browser sparking fears that the multi-billion dollar mobile ad industry could be about to take an expensive haircut. While third-party ad-blocking apps have been around for a while, few are used on mobile platforms – they are more commonly found on desktop and laptop computers.
It began just five years ago, with a photo of a dog and a girl’s foot. Now Instagram has outstripped Twitter, with 400 million users. But is there life beyond selfies and sunsets?
Technology expert David McClelland creates his own wifi hotspot
If you’re itching for Facebook to launch its ‘dislike’ button, try these alternative ways of showing your displeasure
Lovable gazillionaire Mark Zuckerberg announced this week that Facebook is working on adding a “dislike” button to the globe-conquering social media site. Users have been requesting it for years, as it would enable them to express empathy about bad news. Until it arrives, here’s our handy 10-point etiquette guide to “liking” stuff on social networks.
Decision comes just days after organisers dismissed claims that logo designer Kenjiro Sano based it on one by Belgian designer