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Podsumowanie Tygodnia 14.02 - 2.03.2015

Google+ officially splits into Photos and Streams

Google is splitting Google+ in two, breaking the social network's photo element away from what it's now calling "Google+ Streams." Bradley Horowitz, a longtime Google VP of product, announced that he had become the new lead for both new products, Google Photos and Streams, in a post on Google+ today.

Ikea's new furniture can charge your phone, no wires necessary

Are you interested in tying down your furniture to a technology "standard" that's far from standard? Then you might be interested in some new products that will be on sale at Ikea in North America and Europe this spring.

Ratuj świat masturbacją - Troyann.pl

Świat startupów i technologii nigdy nie przestanie mnie zadziwiać. Podobnie jak marketing serwisu Pornhub. Bo chyba nikt nie ma wątpliwości, że Wankband powstaje głównie w celach promocyjnych. Może nie wiecie, ale zawdzięczamy bardzo wiele branży pornograficznej w internecie. Może nie dokonała innowacyjnych odkryć, ale (jak Apple) udoskonalała istniejące standardy.

YouTube for Android now lets you trim your videos before uploading

Whenever I shoot a video with my smartphone, I usually end up with a minute or two of terrible footage surrounding the 10 or 15 seconds (if I'm lucky) that are actually worth holding on to. If you're like me and also like sharing your creations to YouTube, things are getting a little easier.

The first poster for Game of Thrones season 5 is truly epic

All you need to know to understand this poster is that Tyrion will figure prominently in season 5 - we've already seen plenty to suggest that he'll treat with Daenerys well ahead of where the books left off - and that Drogon is probably the most badass dragon since Balerion the Black Dread.

Microsoft Wants To Buy Social News Reader Prismatic

Microsoft has been busy snatching up startups to fill out its mobile apps portfolio, and it looks like it could be buying one more. According to multiple sources, Prismatic - an app that recommends news articles to users based on what their connections are reading and liking - is on the block, and Microsoft is the front runner to get it.

How Samsung's new Galaxy S 6 phones compare against their biggest rivals

Samsung just announced its newest smartphones: the Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge. They're both very different from the phones Samsung has released in the past - the company gave each device a completely new design and improved on a few key features rather than adding a bunch of new capabilities.

An algorithm can help you shop the entire wardrobe from "House of Cards"

As hit series always do, the Netflix show House of Cards, which returns today with the release of its third season, has spawned a wide array of merchandise: t-shirts, mugs, digital paintings of its star, Kevin Spacey, and, of course, cards. If what you really want, however, are the main character Frank Underwood's natty suits or his wife Claire...

Facebook Employees Can Access Your Profile Without Credentials

A few days ago VentureBeat shared a really interesting story. Apparently, certain Facebook employees have unrestricted access to your account, without using a username/password combination. Also Read: Facebook Launches ThreatExchange to Combat Hacking It all started with Anjunabeats records director, Paavo Siljamäki, who contacted Facebook regarding an undisclosed problem with his profile.

Bradley Horowitz Is Now Running Google+

More changes afoot at Google+. TechCrunch has learned, and now confirmed with Google, that David Besbris has left his role as the head of the company's social and identity product. He has been replaced by Bradley Horowitz, a longtime VP of product for Google+.

The 10 Best New and Updated Android Apps of February 2015

February has been a busy month for launching and updating apps for the Android platform. The following list shows a huge variety of genres from location based maps to productivity, imaging and even an app that cares about your psychological well-being. Citymaps, the social mapping platform, has launched on Android, joining the free app on iOS.

Social media news and new developments making social media marketing easier. (Facebook Ads Manager App, LinkedIn Lead Accelerator, Twitter Wordpress Plugin)

11 Powerful Chrome Extensions to Try Out

Power up your browser for increased productivity and easier surfing with these useful extensions we've rounded up just for you. I'm neither an expert nor a fan of using proxy servers to access geo-restricted content like Hulu and Pandora, because I've found them to be unstable and hard to set up in the past.

Ad of the Day: Epic Audi Spot With Marauding Mechanics Is Ridiculously Fun

Getting your car serviced by a dealer, rather than some random mechanic, isn't just a smart idea. It's a triumph of good over evil. That's the message of this entertaining, intentionally over-the-top Audi commercial from German agency Thjnk and Radical Media director Sebastian Strasser.

Every Brand Wanted a Piece of #TheDress, but Who Wore It Best?

What a day the Internet had yesterday. First we watched llamas on the loose. Then, just after 6 p.m., BuzzFeed posted what might be its single most-shared article ever: "What Colors Are This Dress." If you're unaware-which is impossible, unless you live in a cave-the story pointed to a Tumblr discussion about the color of a dress.

LinkedIn Introduces Aggressive New Form Of Advertising - Search Engine Journal

If you thought retargeting ads were already creepy, be prepared for them to get even creepier. Recode reports that LinkedIn announced new ad products today, including one type of ad unit that can reach LinkedIn users on websites other than LinkedIn.LinkedIn Network Display, the name of the new ad product, lets users buy ads through LinkedIn to be displayed on other sites around the web.

Coca-Cola's Global Ad Campaign Celebrates 100 Years Of Its Iconic Bottle

To celebrate 100 years of its iconic bottle, Coca-Cola is rolling out a new global campaign spanning print and television ads, a traveling art exhibition, and a coffee table book. Coca-Cola first introduced its glass bottle in 1915, after challenging US glass manufacturers to build a "bottle so distinct that you would recognize it by feeling in the dark or lying broken on the ground."

Lay's looks coast to coast for inspiration

Tourtière chips anyone? The brand's latest Do Us a Flavour contest asks Canadians for regionally-inspired tastes. Lay's has brought back its Do Us a Flavour contest, this time with a patriotic twist.

OFFICIAL: Chelsea will replace Samsung with Yokohama as shirt sponsor

Samsung had been Chelsea's main sponsor since 2005. This new deal sets them just behind Manchester United. The money to reel in players like Raphael Varane to Stamford Bridge could come from the shirts Chelsea wears in every game. The London club signed a £40million a year deal for five years with Yokohama this Thursday.

Google Paid $25 Million for the .app Domain

When you're sitting on a giant pile of ad dollars you can pretty much buy whatever you want. Today Google is buying the .app top domain. Business Insider reports that the search giant won an ICANN (the organization that controls internet domains) auction for the top level domain.

Facebook Awards 2015: Instagram Ad Campaigns Included

It's that time of year again and I don't know if you noticed, but Facebook has opened submissions for the 2015 Facebook Awards - This year things are a tiny bit different as Instagram ad campaigns have also been added to be considered - in one category no less.

If You Think Tinder Needs More Cute Pets, BuzzFeed Has The App For You

Oh, BuzzFeed. Don't ever change. The company just released what it says is its second ever mobile app, called Cute Or Not. As you might expect from the name, you're asked to rate pets as (duh) cute or not, through a Tinder-style swiping interface.

Dying Light za 1,5 miliona?! Tak, z pampersami i domem.

Należę do tych graczy, którzy twierdzą, że z edycji kolekcjonerskich się wyrasta. No, może jednak nie ze wszystkich. Kiedy widzę szaloną ofertę Techlandu aż świecą mi się oczka. Ich edycja kolekcjonerska Dying Light to spełnienie marzeń wszystkich (bogatych) miłośników survival-horroru. Podkreślam - to nie żaden żart.

Świetne funkcje w nowej wersji Spotify. Wypatrujcie już aktualizacji

Spotify na komputerach stacjonarnych pozwala użytkownikom korzystać z miniaplikacji zintegrowanych z aplikacją do obsługi serwisu streamingowego. Jedna z nich zostanie niedługo wdrożona bezpośrednio do interfejsu programu. Pozwoli to użytkownikom w jeszcze prostszy sposób podglądać teksty aktualnie odtwarzanych utworów. Rozwiązanie zaproponowane przez Spotify polegające na wdrożeniu przycisku Musixmatch do interfejsu aplikacji desktopowej nie jest specjalnie innowacyjne.

Tryb czytania również w Chrome. Wydawcy będą mieli problem z tymi "czyścicielami" - AntyWeb

Przekształcanie artykułów na stronach internetowych w wygodną i przystępną formę nie jest już tylko domeną Safari. Niebawem mechanizm ten trafi również do innych przeglądarek - nie tylko na mobile ale również na desktopach. Nie tak dawno pisałem o tym w kontekście Firefoksa. Teraz pomysł trafia również do Chrome i lada moment zawita w kanale stabilnym.