Woohoo! Yet another awesome Google+ update! – Digital Marketing Daily

Woohoo! Yet another awesome Google+ updateWoohoo! Yet another awesome Google+ update!

Google+’s newest update, a bookmark feature, makes it easier to consume content in the stream! Simple press “New posts” and a resume button and ribbon is added, allowing you to jump between the newly added posts and where you’ve read up to in the stream.

Source: Google Plus Daily

Facebook’s new policy changes allow it to read your face, use it for adsFacebook’s new policy changes allow it to read your face, use it for ads

Proposed changes to Facebook’s Data Use and Privacy policies give the social media giant more control and knowledge of a user’s image and likeness. Good news is that we’ve been informed well in advance and also the feature can be disabled via the platform’s labyrinthian Privacy Settings dashboard.

Source: Gigaom

Pressy - the Almighty Android Button!Pressy – the Almighty Android Button!

Pressy brings back simplicity to your phone. Perform your favorite and most common actions with a simple, intuitive physical button. If you want to perform an action quickly and without having to deal with or look at the device, Pressy is your answer!

Source: Kickstarter

Recover your lost or stolen phones, tablets, and other devicesecover your lost or stolen phones, tablets, and other devices

Losing your personal techy devices can cause a lot of distress. Click here to find out how you can protect your belongings. Our guys, have already started! Don’t delay!

Source: Cnet

 

First Smartphone-Controlled, Personalized DroneFirst Smartphone-Controlled, Personalized Drone

Kickstarter has given life to some awesome projects in the past. An awesome addition to the company’s growing list of success stories is the first smartphone-controlled miniature helicopter. Flying it is as simple as running your fingers over your smartphone screen.

Source: Mashable

Apple is at it again! Pursues trademark for ‘startup’ in Australia!Apple is at it again! Pursues trademark for ‘startup’ in Australia

Apple tried back in 2011 to trademark the term “startup” in Australia and failed. They’re at it again with their attempt! Will they success this time?

Source: The Next Web

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