Is Facebook spying on you, using your phone’s microphone? While I believe they’re not (they don’t need to), it’s fair to doubt me. With that in mind, here’s what you can do to make sure they have no possible way of listening to your conversations.Read More
Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone has given Facebook advice on how to run its business. In a post on Medium, Stone suggested the social network should charge users $10 (£6.55) per month for an ad-free 'premium' version.
As children we read about them in comic books, collected figurines and watched the latest Hollywood blockbusters with actors clambering to portray them. But in recent weeks it seems Channel 4 have royally re-designed our perception of a “Super Human,” giving the athletes of the Paralympic games their time in the limelight.
Since Facebook went public back in May the goliath social network hasn't been having the best time. How do you get investers interested in a free service? Well, the company's new plan to draw in more investers is centred around getting those adverts we love so much slap bang in our news feed.
The white background. The use of myriad pro font. The boring minimalist layout. All of it is pretty synonymous with Apple; but what would it look like if this style was adapted to an ad for Coca-Cola, Levis or even bread? Think no more, as we introduce Art Director Bryan Evans' blog 'Applefied Ads.'
So the Nintendo 3DS XL has been gathering promotional momentum in the portable gaming market. But it seems the excitement has got to HMV, as they have put up ads in their stores promoting a version of the console which doesn't actually exist.
So our interpretation of a 'trippy' moment was blown out the water not so long ago, as a set of movie goers experienced a set of advertisements playing over the closing minutes of Martin Scorsese's Hugo.
The behavioural targeting of Facebook's advertising has come under fire from The European Commission, as they plan to implement a Directive next tear to prevent the social network from targeting ads based on user information unless he/she explicitly allows it.