#EdBallsDay: How A Twitter Fail Become A Viral Holiday

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Lifelike Robot Sophia Is ‘The Future’ (And A Little Creepy)

Strategic Advertising to Millennials

This App Promises To Create The Perfect Instagram Caption

The Carb We Never Knew We Needed: Walmart Introduces The “Crotilla”

Foursquare and 7-Eleven Sending Some Very Lucky Customers Into Space

Location based service provider Foursquare and slushy provider 7-Eleven have teams up with Paramount Pictures’ for their upcoming film Super 8 and for that partnership they will be sending one lucky customer on a space mission. Starting today and extending through June 30, visitors to the store who are 14-years-old and up can check in […]

Twitter Reveals Automatic Link Shortening For Twitter.com

t.co links on Twitter have been showing up for a while now, however the company has never implemented automatic link shortening, at least they hadn’t before today. According to Twitter: Just paste a link of any length into the Tweet box on Twitter.com. After you’ve composed your Tweet and you hit the “Tweet” button, we’ll […]

Facebook Changes Privacy Policy, Turns On Facial Recognition For Millions Of Visitors

Facebook facial recognition technology was revealed towards the end of 2010 and offers users the option to have photographs automatically tagged, at the time of the announcement the program was not made available so users couldn’t choose to turn it on or off at will, however many users are not reporting that the program is […]