Facebook announced Monday that it is tweaking its “News Feed” so that users can more easily find posts they want to read and avoid “spammy content.”
Storify is a social media curation site which allows users to cull posts, such places as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram on a given event and turn them into timelines or stories. (In other words, you use the service to storify tweets and Facebook status updates.)
Livefyre is a business-oriented site which claims to help “companies engage consumers through a combination of real-time conversation, social curation and social advertising.”
In what is a good, but totally logical step for Netflix, the company is rolling out an update to allow for multiple profiles on a single account. This allows the app to provide personalized suggestions to each user on what movies or TV shows to watch.
HTC needs a more creative marketing department. I understand the company wants to make it sound like its new phone, the HTC One, is the only you’ll ever need. But that philosophy doesn’t really work when it has already released a One X, a One S, the One X+ and so on. And, ultimately, in another year or so HTC will have another phone, it will want you to buy. It makes you wonder if the company can come up with different names.