Result for «social networks» in articles
Last week, a very disturbing video was posted live on Facebook. The video depicted a Korean man murdering his eleven-month-old daughter. He then killed himself. All live. All on video. As soon as Facebook heard about the video, the company took it down. But by that time thousands of »04/28/2017, Steve Luck
Instagram is quickly growing with the company reporting some impressive numbers today. The company reported that 700 million users are now active on the app. Even though that number can be slightly skewed (are those users actually active and how many use the app daily?), it’s still an impressive »04/26/2017, John Cook
Fake news. It’s more than a problem. It has become a pandemic. A disease that has spread worldwide with no apparent end in sight. But there might be a light at the end of the tunnel. Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has announced that he will start a new website »04/25/2017, Brad Larson
Online advertising has changed. The ads that get the most attention today are video advertisements followed by native ads. Video ads are commonplace on social networks like Facebook and Instagram, and native ads are pieces of paid content that act like part of a publication but are actually advertisements. »04/21/2017, Alex Choi
Unless you work in social media marketing or are up to date on the latest spam tactics, you might not have known that most popular Facebook accounts are populated by spam. Companies that generate revenue from spam set up fake Facebook accounts with the sole intention to sell products through »04/18/2017, Alan Vega
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Unroll.me is a service that many people use, myself included. The app effectively unsubscribes users from email mailing lists. In order to use the app, users have to grant permission to Unroll.me to scan email inboxes. What users did not know is that Unroll.me created a little side business selling »04/24/2017, John Cook
If you’ve come within ten feet of a startup in the past year, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Slack. The team tool is one of the most popular tools within the startup realm. It’s also used in office settings (why walk across the room when you can just send someone »03/10/2017, Steve Luck
As someone that writes on a Mac laptop, I can honestly say that the keyboard needs a bit of improvement. Sure it’s thin and compact, but that’s kind of the issue when it comes to typing. Mac keyboards aren’t the most comfortable of all, but finding a keyboard that looks »07/08/2016, Michael Murphy
Twitter has launched a new app called Engage that’s aimed at social media influencers. If you’re not that into social media, you may not know exactly what in influencer is. So to summarize that term, think of an influencer as someone that drives social media, gets tons of followers, »06/22/2016, Erik Lim
Twitter has been playing around with the Periscope app for some time. A little while ago, Twitter released the app for Android users. Now, Twitter has released Periscope for everyone to use now, but should you be using it? Here are some more details about what Periscope is and isn’t. »06/16/2016, Steve Luck
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AIM helps you connect with the people you care about - anytime, anywhere. Now with support for Google Talk and Facebook Chat, there's no reason to lose touch.
Powerful binary newsreader with fast cross-group search engine. Supports sampling of parts of audio/video files. Filters, downloads, decodes, assembles files. Supports yEnc, rar and par files. Top autoposter included.
MING Network Monitor Home is a software solution for users who want to monitor Internet traffic on the home network, including instant messages (AOL, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ and QQ), emails sent and received, web sites visited, and files downloaded.
Professional network filtering software. Main features include: web filter,port filter,smtp filter,pop3 filter,p2p filter,im filter,ftp filter,dns filter,https filter,ip filter,msn filter,traffic monitor,bandwidth control,protocol statistics.
HyperTerminal Private Edition is a terminal emulation program that supports communications over TCP/IP networks, Dial-Up Modems, and serial COM ports.