Twitter’s Promoted Accounts will now be featured in the platform’s search results on both desktop and mobile. Along with recommendations of who to follow, Promoted Accounts will natively appear within the “People” section of relevant search queries.
Advertisers are unable to selectively opt-out of this display location in search results, and search queries are chosen automatically based on specified ad targeting. As a result, targeting parameters should be selected even more carefully to ensure the brand reaches the most interested and relevant consumers with Promoted Accounts.
~5million users reportedly jumped to messaging app Telegram on Sunday following the WhatsApp buyout, making it the No. 1 iPhone app in 48 countries. Telegram is heavily encrypted, focusing on privacy and security.
pCell delivers “ubiquitous, fast internet with the reliability and consistency previously only achievable through a wired connection” for cellular networks, and it does this by exploiting phone interference rather than seeing it as a limitation. In layman’s terms: have you ever had your cell service drop out when at a music festival or sporting event? That won’t be an issue with pCell. Could this be the answer to the current telecom oligarchy?
New computing language Wolfram has the goal of making the world computable, as opposed to Google’s Knowledge Graph which merely tries to “generate wikipedia-style information”… the Wolfram language itself has knowledge about the world built into it. Currently only available in scientific computing environments, Wolfram Language will be embedded on upcoming Raspberry Pi micro-computers.
A January court ruling negated the FCC’s jurisdiction over ISPs, laying the groundwork for ISPs to throttle bandwidth or charge different rates for different types of internet services. Worst case scenario this will look something like the existing cable TV subscription model: http://i.imgur.com/5RrWm.png
Answer (1 of 407): You can learn to meditate in 10 minutes: Find a comfortable chair. Feet on the floor back straight (don’t slouch into the chair). Close your eyes 3 quarters of the way and pick a point to look at, but unfocus your eyes so that you’re not staring at it. Now, as you breathe na…