29 October 2013
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YouTube’s New Tool Makes it Easy to Create Slow-Mo Videos

What turns an average video into a spectacular one? Slow motion. Working under the premise that “slow-mo makes everything better,” YouTube added a new slow motion enhancement tool to its built-in editor on Tuesday, making it accessible to everyone who uses the site to create videos SEE ALSO: 5 Tips to Design the Best YouTube […]


2 September 2013
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How to Effectively Use Twitter as a Job Search Resource

In the age of social media, we have countless outlets for job searching. Platforms such as LinkedIn are the first to come to mind, but can candidates use Twitter to find jobs as well? This past Thursday the HR teams at Twitter and NPR collaborated in the first live #NPRTwitterChat aimed at helping job seekers […]


2 September 2013
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Facebook Educates Developers With New Live Video Series

Facebook launched Developers Live Wednesday, a new way for developers to stay on top of everything Facebook. An extension of Facebook’s existing developer’s site, Facebook says the new live portion of the site will be a “central place to learn about the latest tools and to get access to product manager and engineers who created […]


27 August 2013
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Facebook Launches Shared Photo Albums and Other News You Need to Know

Today, we’re looking at three particularly interesting storiesFacebook is starting to roll out its newest feature, shared photo albums. A white Xbox One surfaced on Reddit, but it’s only available for Microsoft‘s employees. Finally, Apple may launch an iPhone trade-in program ahead of the launch of the new iPhone next month. Check out the video […]


2 August 2013
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Google+ Sign-In Is Your New Key to Apps and the Web

Google hasn’t had as much success building a vibrant social network as Facebook, but the search giant now seems far less interested in concentrating all social activity inside Google+ and much more keen on using it as social connective tissue throughout its network of products and services. Google+ Sign-In, a service revealed Tuesday, lets third-party […]


16 May 2013
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Yahoo Adds Twitter Content to News Stream

In a move that shows how Yahoo values what industry organizations, outlets and people are saying on Twitter, the company announced it will be integrating tweets into the news stream on Yahoo.com. CEO Marissa Mayer delivered the news in a blog post which detailed how the company views tweets “as [an] important information source for […]


11 April 2013
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Hands On With the New Facebook

Click here to view this gallery Still in line for the new Facebook News Feed? Want to take a look at the menu while you’re waiting for a table? We’ve got you covered. Check out the gallery above. The News Feed changes, which start kicking in for users Thursday, aren’t just about making the site […]


31 December 2012
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Facebook: Please Send Your New Year Greetings Now

What are you going to be doing at the stroke of midnight next Tuesday, as 2012 shuffles off the stage and 2013 bursts upon the scene? Well, if Facebook has anything to do with it, you’ll be sending out congratulatory New Year’s messages to all your friends. But they don’t mean to see you tapping […]