Social media platforms found themselves under a magnifying glass in the wake of the terrorist attack in London, with Prime Minister Theresa May calling for greater government action to “regulate cyberspace” to curb terrorists’ use of online tools to promote… Read More ›
Day: June 11, 2017
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to decide whether law enforcement authorities must obtain a warrant before obtaining cell phone records that reveal individuals’ locations over time. Read more at MediaPost.
A recent survey by Animoto, a cloud-based video creation service that produces video from photos, video clips, and music, suggests that the final word in social media may soon be lots fewer words — but a whole lot more video…. Read More ›
President Trump’s irate and irrational tweets have already gotten him in plenty of trouble, and will, no doubt, continue to be an issue as he pushes for approval of his controversial travel ban before the Supreme Court. Now, free speech… Read More ›
“The role of the iPad was probably vaguer than any product Apple launched,” said Jan Dawson, chief analyst at Jackdaw Research. “It wasn’t well defined.” And Apple is still trying to figure it out. Read more at Business Insider.
Soon, Apple will introduce a new iPhone feature that will do away with that annoying — and dangerous — urge to look at a text message while you’re driving. Read more at CNN Money.
A new initiative from Facebook will provide aid organizations with location data for users in affected areas, such as where people are marking themselves safe and from where they are fleeing. It shows the immense potential of this kind of… Read More ›
OK Google. Listen up, Alexa. Siri may soon have a say in the future of smart speakers. Read more at USA Today.
Healthcare providers around the country are taking a literal approach to mobile health these days. They’re customizing RVs, vans, buses and ambulances with telemedicine tools and wireless connectivity to bring healthcare to underserved populations, reduce time to treatment in emergencies… Read More ›