Welcome to Forbes. How Google Finally Got Design. Near-Collision Between Drone and Helicopter Rattles Pilots. Close call -- a drone and helicopter almost collide in South Florida with a crowd below.
See the near miss that rattled pilots. NBC 6's Willard Shepard reports. (Published Wednesday, Jul 16, 2014) Sue Fennessy. A Social Network You Can Make a Profit From [Video] AOL Unveils One, Its Big Bet On Programmatic Ads. More than a year ago, AOL executives Tim Armstrong and Bob Lord first publicly outlined their plans to unify AOL’s various ad products as a single platform called One.
Today that platform is actually launching. The company bills One (or, to use the full name, One by AOL) as the platform where advertisers can optimize their ad campaigns across channels including video, display, and television. Has This Teen Created The World's Safest Gun? - Luminaries. Twitter unveils a new homepage for people who aren't signed in. Twitter spent the past year trying to convince skeptics that its relatively slow progress in attracting new users doesn't matter, because its reach is actually much larger.
Internet Explorer Update: Microsoft to kill off Internet Explorer. In its heyday, Internet Explorer was a cutting edge portal that shaped the way the world accessed the Internet.
But its heyday is long, long gone. Many people grew to hate Internet Explorer after years of poor development and even some neglect. Meanwhile, rival browsers like Firefox and Chrome began to better cater to users’ needs, and they’re now both quite popular as a result. Of course, Internet Explorer comes preinstalled on Windows so it’s still the most popular browser in the world, but that will soon change. No, Microsoft isn’t in jeopardy of losing its market share lead in the browser market — it’s finally killing off Internet Explorer. Sony shutting the doors on PlayStation Mobile this fall.
Cable Companies Should Be Seriously Terrified Of Apple Right Now. Apple could finally offer some real competition to cable and satellite companies.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday evening that the consumer tech giant is planning to launch a web-based TV service this fall, with a small package of roughly 25 channels. A TV service from Apple, which has been rumored for years, could shake up the TV industry, forcing other pay TV providers to drop prices, improve customer service and offer smaller packages to compete. “If nothing else, it should put some pressure on the traditional pay TV players and get them to up their game,” said Jan Dawson, an independent telecom analyst. Youtube Tips. CES 2015: Ashton Kutcher urges brands to put 'full force' behind social issues. LAS VEGAS — Ashton Kutcher has issued a rallying call to brands and marketers to put their "full force" behind social issues because they have the sort of budgets and resources available to help "create a world that has a little more compassion.
" The actor and tech investor had a "canal-side" chat on Wednesday with Monica Karo, chief executive of OMD, at a private event at The Venetian hotel here. The gathering was part of CES International 2015. Tsū. Ashton Kutcher launches new online platform called A+ Ashton Kutcher reached a major milestone in 2009: beating out CNN to be the first Twitter user to reach 1 million followers.
The feat marked the first, but certainly not the last, time that Kutcher realized the power of celebrity influence on social media. “Antennas of influence are actually pop culture channels,” Kutcher said in a phone interview. “Not necessarily major news organizations. Tsū. Tsū. Next Century Cities. YouTube. Don't Let YouTube Own Your Audience 07/02/2014. It’s Official—FCC Enacts Expansive Net-Neutrality Rules.
February 26, 2015 A bitterly divided Federal Communications Commission approved sweeping net-neutrality regulations Thursday that will fundamentally transform the U.S. government's power over Internet access.
The new regulations deliver a thrilling victory to Internet activists and tech start-ups, who waged a fierce yearlong campaign to ensure that all Internet traffic is treated equally. It's a stinging defeat for cable and telecom giants like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T—traditionally some of the most powerful lobbying forces in Washington.
The FCC's new rules largely track a proposal from President Obama and will bar Internet providers from blocking websites, selectively slowing down any content, or creating any special "fast lanes" for sites that pay more. The goal of net neutrality is to prevent Internet providers from acting as "gatekeepers" and controlling what online content people can access. YouTube Kids Launches to 'Answer Kids' Million Questions' It's 7 p.m. -- do you know what your children are watching?
Parents can now rest assured that their young blank slates can avoid NSFW videos, PETA-riling clips and possible allusions to pedophilia by watching YouTube Kids, a child-friendly app that the video-streaming platform revealed Tuesday (Feb. 24). "Today, we're introducing the YouTube Kids app, the first Google product built from the ground up with little ones in mind," the company wrote on its blog, nearly on the nose of its 10-year anniversary. "The app makes it safer and easier for children to find videos on topics they want to explore, and is available for free on Google Play and the App Store in the U.S. The YouTube Kids app is a joy, even for adults.
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