Premium cable network Showtime recently launched a tactile, mobile ad to hype the return of its award-winning spy thriller, Homeland. The technology — never before used as a TV promotion — makes an Android phone vibrate 60 times during the preview’s most dramatic moments.
Good news for advertisers, but maybe not-so-great news for users concerned about their personal data: Starting Monday, Facebook will use data it gleans from users for its new ad network, Atlas, which it will serve up ads on non-Facebook sites based on what Facebook knows about you.
Many of us have trouble staying within the limits of our data plans. There’s always a cute dog video we must watch immediately, or a certain celebrity’s Instagram feed to check. And it’s hard to know, in that very moment, if the link you’re tapping will be the content that pushes you into overage-fee territory. Luckily, iOS 8 has a new feature built in to help you monitor your usage.
Until now, we could only shoot with the rear-facing camera on Instagram's popular time-lapse video app, Hyperlapse. With the app's new front-facing camera option, selfies will never be the same. Now you can record what the company calls a "selfielapse" with the touch of a button.
If you have (or are waiting for) a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you have some killer hardware. But even with the latest and greatest phone, it's still all about the apps. Here are our top 10 picks that can help you make the most of your shiny new toy.
Leadership shapes companies, one decision at a time — and leaders are making crucial choices in increasingly significant ways when it comes to the information technology upon which their businesses rely and thrive.