Lmao, an accurate portrayal of the state of social media in 2015, a reminder that the affects of drugs, wether narcotics or something else addictive, like Instagram, cause similar behavior! S/O to @KingKeraun with @SimoneShepherd and @KiyaRoberts for bringing this together flawlessly in “New Gram City!!
Business Insider revealed its 2015 list of best places to work in the US. Surprisingly, Google was beat out by Facebook for the number one spot. Facebook, being the largest social network, with over a billion registered users and 10,000 employes, has totally changed the way we socialize and get our news. As we uncover technological advances, we continue to see Facebook innovate to offer services complimenting these advances. It’s no secret that Facebook has had a huge impact on society, and TatWza predicts it will continue to have an impact; but let’s take a look at what the growing company offers it’s employees.
Former President of Content and Ad Sales, Aaron Slator, was terminated from his position; due to a text message found in his phone containing a meme with the phrase “It’s Friday N***as”. The picture was found by an AT&T employee during a data transfer, as Slator was getting a new phone.
Instagram launched a new account called @Music dedicated to highlighting artists and their activities. Musicians drive a huge amount of traffic to Instagram and now they are trying to monetize off of it. Find out how the new account works after the jump!
Science fiction is slowly but surely becoming science fact in our progressing world of wearable technology. Fetch is a personal shopper, travel assitant, and travel agent all in one package. You can ask the new application “Fetch” any request from ordering a pizza to scheduling a flight with a flick of the wrist. See how the app works after the jump!
TV streaming services are getting extremely competitive nowadays. Reportedly Hulu paid nearly $180 million dollars for all 180 episodes of Seinfeld. Sources say it is just about 1 million dollars per episode. Find out who will be getting all of that money after the jump!
This is wear our reliance on technology gets a little scary. American Airlines has been using iPads in place of the standard reference manuals in cockpits for years. However last night “several dozen” American Airline planes were grounded because pilots iPads crashed. Apparaently right before take off the pilots iPads went black which meant the pilots did not know the flight plan and could not take off. See what happened to these planes after the jump
Jay-Z is pulling out all the stops for his music streaming service Tidal. This morning an announcement was made that Hov is going to have an intimate concert in NYC on May 13th where hes going to perform his best B-side hits from his career. Apparently songs that have never been performed live or havent been performed in over 10 years will be the attraction of this exclusive concert. Read more to find out how you can attend this special show!
Ok cool story here bro(s), when I interview interns I ask if potentials they use Skype and I normally hear ‘I have it but don’t use it, I use FaceTime/Hangouts’, which shows people use what they are comfortable with, and although Hangouts is on iPhone so technically you could already use cross-platform video chat but since there are so many Facebook users that this may very well become successful.