Posts Tagged ‘Social Media’
Reports surfaced this week that the popular music service is preparing to launch a version that will work entirely on a Web browser, without requiring users to download a desktop client. According to AllThingsD: Some users should start seeing the option pop up in the next month or so. In practical terms, that means new ...Read more.
MapQuest is expanding into local tourism with the launch of Vibe, a site that immerses users into a city and offers much more than basic directions. Combining data collected by MapQuest over the past 10 years with user feedback, Vibe paints an interactive picture of entire cities on the neighborhood level. Each neighborhood is rated ...Read more.
Facebook is overhauling its privacy settings – frequent targets of criticism for their opaque policies and difficulty of use. This comes as Google’s new social service, Google+, gains popularity. Google+ allows users to customize the privacy settings on everything they post. Connections are separated into “circles,” simplifying the sharing and concealment of information. Facebook’s new ...Read more.