Grump’s Internet Law dictates that whenever a large social network like Facebook or Twitter changes its design or adds a major new feature, people kick up a stink online claiming it’s going to ruin the service.
The new hotshot on the college campus social media scene is Yik Yak.
Snapchat reportedly has more than 100 million active users of its free photo and video messaging app, but it has never made any money from them. Now it’s hoping to change that by running adverts within the app.
Much of the hype about any Apple launch is bound to surround the new hardware, and the introduction of iPhone 6 and giant-size 6 Plus was no different.
An app that puts online reviewers out of business?!
Twitter’s Vine app only launched in January 2013 but has become a powerful network of new stars attracting the attention of the TV and music industries.
The average Android gamer spends 37 minutes a day playing on their smartphone or tablet, according to research from mobile analytics firm Flurry.