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Google Launches Guest Mode For Chrome Beta

Google is launching a new feature in the Chrome beta channel for Windows, Mac and Linux today that will make it easier - and safer - to let others use your computer. Typically, when you give your laptop to somebody else, it's pretty trivial for the other person to access your personal data, too.

Facebook improves event ads, launches insights - Inside Facebook

Facebook has made the event much more powerful for page admins. In the next few weeks, Facebook is rolling out the ability to make it easier to promote events (not just boost a post about an event), as well as insights showing how many people have seen the event.

It's Now Possible To Tag A Facebook Page From A Third-Party Platform

Finally. Well, almost. For years, social media managers who depend on third-party platforms to schedule posts have begged for a way to tag other Facebook Pages in posts, just like they always have been able to do with @mentions on Twitter.

Facebook Bolsters International Ambitions With New Ad Option

Facebook wants to bring emerging market mobile advertising up to speed - by making speed less of a factor. Facebook has launched a new option that allows marketers to target certain types of smartphone network connections, a move aimed at improving its advertising offerings in emerging markets.

Facebook Tests Stickers in Comments

Some Facebook users are now able to add stickers when posting comments on the social network. We contacted Facebook to learn more, and the company confirmed it is currently testing... Keep reading →

Twitter Launches Data Visualization Tool for Its Everyday Moments in the UK

Twitter has launched a tool for brands and advertisers in the UK that makes use of its collated 'Everyday Moments' data to show exactly how often, where and when people interact when talking about certain topics.

Facebook Highlights Its 1-Billion-Video-Views-Per-Day Reach By Adding View Counts

To prove to advertisers and the world that it's not just YouTube that has massive video engagement online, Facebook today announced it now delivers 1 billion video views per day and will begin showing everyone view counts on publicly posted videos from users, Pages, and public figures.

Twitter.com Gets More Prominent Tweet To and DM Buttons

If you've been poking around Twitter.com today, you probably noticed a couple new buttons on the site. Twitter announced today that it has updated the look of its Web profile pages to include sizable "Tweet to" and "Message"buttons. The buttons replace the "Tweet to" text box from an earlier profile design.

Update to Facebook Messenger for Android Allows Users to Draw, Type Over Photos - Inside Facebook

Facebook released an update to its Messenger application for Android that allows users to edit photos by drawing or typing over them. Android Police was the first to report on the update, describing how the feature works: While in a chat, tap the photo icon ... Continue reading →

Spotify To Let Free Users Get 30 Minutes Uninterrupted Listening In Return For Watching Video Ads

Spotify for Brands, the advertising side of the music streaming service (and one of the ways it generates revenue outside of paid subscriptions), is rolling out two new video ad units that will be seen by non-paying Spotify users.

New Direct Response Features: Multi-Product Ads and Enhanced Custom Audiences from your Website

We've seen many advertisers on Facebook achieve great results using Custom Audiences - from their websites or mobile apps - to remarket across devices. To help businesses continue to drive conversions, we're announcing today two new enhancements that make remarketing on Facebook even more powerful: the introduction of multi-product ads, and updates to Custom Audiences from your website.

App Update: Discover and Follow Authors Who Matter to You

People matter. We know. That's why we've updated our mobile app so that you can now discover great presentations from the people and experts who interest you - and follow them - all on-the-go.

Google Doubles Down On Productivity With 'Google For Work' Rebrand

This morning at its San Francisco offices, Google announced a rebrand of its enterprise products, renaming the set of tools and productivity services 'Google for Work.' The new nomenclature will stretch across the company's various business tools, with each service picking up a 'for Work' appendage - Google now vends Drive for Work, Search for Work, and so forth.

Update: You Can Now Import Videos From Google+ To Youtube

Α small but important update emerged these days which allows Google+ users to import their videos on Youtube directly, establishing and additional binding between the two social networks. This change comes after the somewhat-failed attempt to improve the commenting system. Also Read: Google Removes Authorship From Search Results The new functionality is visible on the right hand side...

YouTube rolls out 'fan funding' feature to boost creator revenue (and its own, too)

YouTube has this week started to officially roll out its new 'fan funding' feature, giving creators the opportunity to receive donations from generous users who enjoy their content. While YouTube creators with popular videos can already make a few bucks via ads, the introduction of the new virtual tip jar provides an additional and potentially lucrative revenue stream.

Mozilla nie żartowała. Do Firefoksa naprawdę trafiły natywne reklamy

Wprowadzenie reklam do Firefoksa nie powinno być dla nikogo zaskoczeniem. Twórcy tej przeglądarki już w lutym tego roku wystartowali z tym pomysłem . Użytkownicy z jednej strony mogą być oburzeni, a z drugiej strony Ognisty Lis musi w jakiś sposób na siebie zarabiać.

Foursquare: Swarm Leaderboards for Types of Locations

Foursquare today announced a new Swarm feature meant to appease those who used to compete for mayorships: leaderboards based on the type of places you check-in to (bars, movie theaters, coffee shops, and so on).

Facebook Tests Satire Tag on Posts from Sites Such as The Onion - AllFacebook

Writers for satire sites such as The Onion have become so adept at their craft that Facebook users routinely and erroneously share their posts as "real news," and the social network is apparently testing a way to save those users from embarrassment.