Tim Cook Vs Jony Ive – Jony Ive More Popular At WWDC

socialmediaAccording to recent social media data by ViralHeat, Jony Ive is more popular than Tim Cook when compared to social media channels. Even though Jony Ive never took the stage at the conference, his name popped up almost in every Apple conversation on Twitter and Facebook. Sir Jony Ive had 28,377 mentions across Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, while Tim cook was mentioned 20,919 times. Read More

Sony Announces Socially Connected Xperia Miro

Xperia MiroAs you may know, Sony had a countdown timer on their site, and when it reached zero, they were supposed to announce something new. But, like us, Sony couldn’t hold onto it much longer, and made the countdown timer tick to zero, about a week before it should have, and what they announced, isn’t something which you might consider really special. Read More

Google Changes Privacy Terms. Can Now Combine Every Piece of Data About You To Create One Profile

privacyGoogle today changed its privacy policies and terms and it seems that they are now gearing up against Twitter, Facebook and Apple for delivering the most relevant information. The company has now combined over seventy different policies into one that mentions that Google now has the ability to combine any information it has about you into one single profile to help you get more relevant results. Read More

Google Sparks – Discover New Relevant Content [Google+]

Google Sparks helps Google+ users discover new content that spark interest in them. Spark is basically an online content sharing engine that makes it easier to find content that will interest you, and also makes it easier to share interesting articles with circles on Google+. You can choose any topic that sparks interest in you, and the engine will scan the web to deliver a feed of ‘engaging content’ that will be relevant to your topic. Read More

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Google Makes it Easier to Upload Photos With Google Instant Upload [Google+]

If you find it hard to always keep photos captured from your mobile device in sync with your computer, Google’s new Instant Upload might help you. Google Instant Upload makes it easy for you to quickly store and share photos from your mobile device with friends and family. By setting permissions to allow Instant Upload, you can upload each and every photo taken from your mobile device to an album privately stored in the cloud as you take them. Read More