• Forbes acquires photo-sharing app Camerama, pushes further into mobile

    Forbes acquires photo-sharing app Camerama, pushes further into mobile

    Through the acquisition, Camerama founder Salah Akram Zalatimo will become vice president of mobile products at Forbes.As such, Zalatimo will be charged with developing the Forbes mobile strategy and building out apps that use Camerama’s technology as a foundation.
  • Here's What Happens to Obama's @POTUS Handle in 2017

    Here's What Happens to Obama's @POTUS Handle in 2017

    20, 2017, the 45th President of the United States will gain power, prestige, and 11 million Twitter followers.As the first "social media president," Barack Obama has traded quips with Bill Clinton on Twitter, gone live on Facebook from the Oval Office, and answered citizens' questions on YouTube.
  • Does Your Kid Have Trouble Sleeping? Confiscate That Phone

    Does Your Kid Have Trouble Sleeping? Confiscate That Phone

    A new study led by researchers from King's College London found that engagement with backlit screens within 90 minutes of slumber can disrupt sleep quantity and quality, and cause excessive daytime sleepiness.Displays adversely affect sleep in various ways, including delaying or interrupting sleep time, psychologically stimulating the brain, and affecting sleep cycles, physiology, and alertness.
  • Tim Cook on Trump Win: 'Move Forward Together'

    Tim Cook on Trump Win: 'Move Forward Together'

    In the wake of Donald Trump's election, Apple CEO Tim Cook this week sent an email to employees calling for a united front moving forward.Neither CEO mentioned Trump by name in their notes, nor did Mark Zuckerberg, who penned a public Facebook post about Election Day.
  • DHS Requests Foreign Visitors' Social Media Handles

    DHS Requests Foreign Visitors' Social Media Handles

    The US government has reportedly begun requiring tourists on visa waivers to disclose their social media handles to authorities.The change, proposed earlier this year and open to public comment through August, requests "social media identifiers" on permits that allow people to enter the US for up to 90 days without special authorization.