Linda Yaccarino is a media executive who has spent the past 12 years at NBCUniversal, where she most recently served as chairman of global advertising and partnerships. She is widely respected in the advertising industry for her ability to build relationships with brands and create innovative marketing campaigns. In 2021, she was named by AdAge as one of the most powerful women in media. Continue reading
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OPPO Find N2 Flip Will Be Among First Devices Worldwide to Receive the Android 14 Beta 1 Update
OPPO today announced its newly launched foldable phone, the Find N2 Flip will be among the first smartphones in the world to receive the new Google Android 14 Beta 1 update. Developers and early-adopters can get their hands on the developer’s version of ColorOS, which is built around the first beta of Android 14, to experiment with new features and APIs on their OPPO flip phone. Continue reading
Vionde app for 80s music collectors.
It is possible that YouTube will offer links to physical formats for streaming accounts in the future. This would be a way for collectors to purchase the physical copies of the music they love, while still being able to stream it on YouTube. It would also be a way for YouTube to generate more revenue from its streaming service. Continue reading
How to run Android TV on Ubuntu desktop
April 27, 2023 /Technology/ — Android TV is a version of the Android operating system designed for TVs and set-top boxes. It includes a user interface designed around content discovery and voice search, content aggregation from various media apps and services, and integration with other recent Google technologies such as Assistant, Cast, and Knowledge Graph.
Android TV was first released in 2014 and is now available on a variety of devices, including TVs, set-top boxes, soundbars, and streaming sticks. It is also available on some smart TVs from manufacturers such as Sony, Philips, and TCL.
Android TV offers a number of features that make it a good choice for streaming media to your TV. These features include: Continue reading
How to claim your share of Facebook privacy settlement
April 20, 2023 /Legal/ — If you were a Facebook user in the United States between May 2007 and December 2022, you may be eligible to receive a share of a $725 million settlement between Facebook and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The settlement resolves allegations that Facebook violated the FTC’s privacy law by failing to adequately protect the privacy of its users.
GRAMMY-NOMINATED INTERNATIONAL POP SENSATION KIM PETRAS JOINS THE ASCAP FAMILY
International pop sensation and critically-acclaimed songwriter Kim Petras has signed with ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. Her recent collaboration “Unholy,” with Sam Smith was nominated on Tuesday for a Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. The song rocketed to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the Global 200 charts, #1 worldwide on Spotify and Apple Music, #1 on the UK Official Singles Chart and has racked up more than 300 million global streams. Her latest release “If Jesus Was a Rockstar,” is available now. Continue reading
eBay Awards $500,000 to 2022 Class of Up & Running Grant Recipients
eBay Inc. today announced the recipients of its third annual Up & Running Grant program, which was created in partnership with Hello Alice to support U.S. small businesses with the capital and resources they need to scale, grow and thrive online. Continue reading
Online reviews are broken – here’s how to fix them
Vasilis Katos, Bournemouth University
It’s a crime story fit for the digital era. It was recently reported that a number of restaurants in New York had been targeted by internet scammers threatening to leave unfavourable “one-star” reviews unless they received gift certificates. The same threats were made to eateries in Chicago and San Francisco and it appears that a vegan restaurant received as many as eight one-star reviews in the space of a week before being approached for money.
Nearly 70% of Premier League footballers are abused on Twitter – we used an AI to sift through millions of tweets
Bertie Vidgen, Alan Turing Institute and Angus Redlarski Williams, Alan Turing Institute
As the new Premier League football season gets underway, a few things are certain. There will be goals, drama and excitement, and unfortunately, players will be subjected to vile abuse on social media.
Scam loan apps extorting Mexicans thrive in Google Play Store
- Menacing messages, threats spiral along with debt
- Legal loophole creates Wild West for lending apps
- Complaints mount but regulators powerless to act
By Diana Baptista and Avi Asher -Schapiro
MEXICO CITY, Aug 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A week after Pedro Figueroa borrowed 10,000 pesos ($500) from José Cash, a popular Mexican lending app, the barrage of online abuse began.
A slew of WhatsApp messages swamped his phone, threatening harm – to him and his reputation – if he did not pay. Continue reading