As I start to work with Stuff Magazine, here are some changes I’ll be making on New Rising Media.Read More
From being a finalist in the UK Blog Awards to my podcast crashing its way into the top 10 list, I have a lot to love each and every single one of you for this Valentine’s Day.Read More
Location-based filters have become one of Snapchat's key features, allowing users to jazz up their photos and videos with a sense of place. This has been open for community submissions since December 2014, but today they are expanding the program in an attempt to make some money. Users and businesses can now pay to create a temporary custom pay to create a temporary custom geofilter for their events.Read More
Yes, I know its a "dramatic update" we have to talk about. Why do you have love hearts, smiley faces and grimaces appearing next to your friends names on Snapchat? It's pretty self explanatory really, and if you haven't grasped onto it yet I feel sorry for you.Read More
It's been a long time in the making. Welcome back to New Rising Media.Read More
Instagram may have lagged behind Vine in providing a short video-sharing service, but they are moving ahead of the competition with one very sought after feature: importing video from your camera album.
Many things have changed since my last update way back in March last year, so I thought I would start this off with an apology.
The Gadget Show Live has been an amazing event for New Rising Media to cover, and I'm proud to announce we will be heading back again to cover this year's event!
You may remember that we did both last year's events in April and at Christmas. While these both went rather well (I actually looked young then!), we would have been foolish to rest on our laurels between then and now. So it's fair to say we have A LOT planned.
As Editor-in-Chief, I have felt a necessary requirement to explain where we have been over the last week. It's been a rather busy time of inconvenient illnesses, a jaw operation, and preparations for our next big wave of coverage.Read More
For meeting network downlink speeds of 14.4Mbps, what AT&T considers to be 4G, the iOS 5.1 update has begun to show "4G" in the status bar instead of "3G." We can't help but feel that this may be everso slightly disingenuous.