Yahoo has launched its newest Fantasy Sports app for iOS and Android that comes with a new redesign and mobile drafting. This is the first app that integrates technology from the company’s recent acquisitions, Bignoggins Productions …
This is a long time coming!
The Guardian: The UK’s electronic eavesdropping and security agency, GCHQ, has been secretly gathering intelligence from the world’s biggest internet companies through a covertly run operation set up by the United State’s spy agency, documents obtained by the Guardian reveal.
The documents show…
This is much deeper than the US. If you believe the UK is the only other country in on this operation… you’re ignorant to the facts.
CERTIFIED BANGER by Ciara ft. Nicki Minaj
This will probably be the next women’s “power anthem” hitting the clubs and radio stations soon!
2 Chainz ft. Pharrell - Feds Watching (Dirty)
The track is okay… I think it definitely needs another feature artist rapping and then it will be a lot better.
Pharrell is all over the place now… expect to hear more of his production this summer!
Jay Pharoah As Lil Wayne: ‘SNL’ Star Offers Priceless Impression Of Weezy’s Raps (NSFW VIDEO)
So I heard about this app this morning on Hot 95.7 in Houston and was curious as to what it was about. I’m a tech junkie so when I come across a new app or device, I’m automatically tempted to try it out. This particular app is called Tinder and honestly, it’s been done. Over and over and over again. “Nearby people” discovery apps are here to stay and this just reinforces that idea.
Other alternatives include
Clearly, there’s no shortage of these types of apps. The only real advantage between Tinder and a majority of these apps (but not all) is that like Bang With Friends, a user will never know that you “liked” them unless they “like” you back.
Give it a shot if you’re bored and want to kill some time: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tinder/id547702041?mt=8
Oh and for you users on Android looking for a comparable app, check out Swipe.
Samsung is quickly learning what Apple learned last fall: When expectations are sky-high, it doesn’t take much to send them crashing back down to earth. Reuters reports that Samsung “lost $12 billion in market value on Friday, hit by brokerage downgrades that have underscored concerns about slowing sales of its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone.” The reason for the rapid crash in Samsung’s stock price is reports that sales of its high-end Galaxy S4 are expected to come in below earlier estimates even as sales of its lower-end devices continue to be brisk. Take those two factors together and you’ve got some real worries about whether Samsung’s upcoming profits will live up to expectations — or as Kim Young-chan, an analyst at Shinhan Investment Corp, tells Reuters, “This has also sparked concerns about thinning margins and lower growth.”