Your Twitter profile is getting a makeover which will make it look more like your Facebook page.
The company announced on its official blog it is redesigning the look of profile pages on its desktop browser version.
The new design lets users upload a larger profile picture which will appear as a banner over your posts, much in the same way as you can in Facebook. The updated page also includes features not previously available on Twitter:
Michelle Obama’s Twitter profile page. (SCREENSHOT)
The executives at Google have always had fun with April Fools’ Day pranking the public with phony product launches and other fake announcements. You can check out Google’s 2013′s April Fools’ jokes here.
But this year, Google got its start a day early on March 31. Of course, some are better than others. For example, I love the idea of being photobombed by David Hasselhoff and hooking up while stuck in a traffic jam using the WazeDates app, but the video for the Google Play Signature Edition – to make your apps collections more physical – fell a little to me.
Here are Google’s 2014 April Fools’ Day pranks.
Twitter is rolling out a new update to make the social media site more photo-friendly.
According to software engineer Cesar Puerta’s post on Twitter’s official blog, the update consists of two major changes for the Android and iPhone apps.
Some interesting statistics are popping up in the U.S. suggesting that women are the true power behind social media, dominating the use of top social media sites like Facebook and visual type social sites like tumblr, Pinterest and Instagram, according to Pew Research and Burst Media and others.
If you’re one of the people waiting with bated breath to hear if your number has come up on the latest Toyota or General Motors (GM) vehicle recall list, it’s nice to know that you don’t have to wait for the letter to arrive in the mail before having your piece of mind.