In its never-ending quest to connect the world and make loads of cash doing it, Facebook has today announced a new shopping advertising format dubbed Collection that will helps brands showcase products on mobile.
Keeping pace with its contemporaries, Instagram now supports two-factor authentication.
The system “adds an extra layer of security to your Instagram account by requiring a code every time you log in”, announced company CEO Kevin Systrom in a blog post.
Have you ever had something reaffirm your passion?
When youve gotten into a groove of taking the same hikes, reading similar books, drinking the same coffee — and then suddenly one view takes your breath away, one book makes you sob, one cup of coffee reminds you this is why you love it.
Most readers gut reaction to the question, above, would probably be something like: Yes, of course! But please consider that the question is not whether humans are, on occasion, capable of rational behaviour.
Braam Malherbe extreme adventurer, international motivational speaker and conservationist together with rowing partner Wayne Robertson, are rowing on the vessel Mhondoro from Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro, launching the DOT (Do One Thing) Challenge.
In the last few years weve seen a massive resurgence in superhero movies. From Christopher Nolans dark Batman reboot (Batman Begins) to the formation of The Avengers, our desire for the caped crusaders has certainly received a lot of attention.
Everyone feels just a little bit Irish when St. Patrick's Day comes around.
This year, the feast fell on Friday with millions of human beings across the world enjoying festivities with families and friends.
Have we seen the peak of internet banking in South Africa? Although the banks are quite tight-lipped about their usage numbers, I suspect that the number of customers using a desktop computer to do their banking is declining.
On March 2, Snap Inc, the company that owns messaging app Snapchat, was officially listed on the US stock market for US$17 per share a feat that was described as the biggest since Facebook went public.
Pretty much every house-of-horrors movie starts the same way.� A young family moves into a new country home, and even though it looks like a relic from the stone-age, theyre unnaturally enchanted with their quaint albeit antiquated find.
I know the biggest issue I've ever faced while bingingBlack Mirrorwas extending my brain too far when considering if the episode in which a prime minister is asked to have intimate relations with a pig should get a four or five star rating.