Digital Week in Review: SnapChat has Competition, Google Wallet’s Prepaid Debit Card, and Vine Releases App in 19 New Languages
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: SnapChat has a new competitor called Reach Messenger, Google Wallet releases new physical […]
Digital Week in Review: LinkedIn Reports Strong Q2 Earnings, Facebook App Gives Android Users Cover Feed for Home Screens and Seniors Are Getting Social
In this week’s Digital Week in Review, LinkedIn has high second quarter earnings, Facebook app allows Android users with home […]
Digital Week in Review: Twitter Founder’s New Start-Up, Facebook Adding New Chat Feature and Google Developing Game Console
In this week’s Digital Week in Review Biz Stone of Twitter reveals his new start-up, Facebook is adding a new […]
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Facebook is introducing VoIP calling for Android users through the Messenger app, Media Bistro unleashes the secrets to Twitter’s […]
Facebook Agrees to Buy Mobile Developer Snaptu; The New York Times
Facebook has agreed to buy mobile application developer Snaptu, a move that would expand the social networking giant’s reach in the cellular phone market.
The Takeaway: The shifting priorities to mobile have never been clearer. The question is how they are going to take this opportunity to expand in the global mobile market.
Google’s Official Honeycomb Preview is Released; Search Engine Journal
Google showed off the first preview of features in Honeycomb, its upcoming version of Android designed for tablets, during a keynote speech Thursday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The Takeaway: Google’s dip into the tablet market serves as a means to legitimize the still-emerging tablet. How content creators and the like can find a means to monetize on this front still remains to be seen.