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Podsumowanie Tygodnia 29.09 – 5.10.2015

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Początek tygodnia, druga kawa w pracy i chwila przerwy.. myślę.. może po całym dniu w robocie coś bym obejrzał w domu z wybranką.. hmm tylko co? Wchodzę w internety, otwieram swój ulubiony serwis z grami i nie tylko.. następnie myślę nad słowem kluczowym, które zaraz wklepie do wyszukiwarki.

Netflix Made a Button That Dims the Lights, Silences Your Phone, Orders Food and Turns on Netflix

If you thought Domino's Grand Prix-winning emoji ordering was a cool one-click trick, check this out from Netflix. The streaming service, working with Pittsburgh-based agency Deeplocal, created a button that-with a single press-turns on your TV, brings you right to Netflix, dims the lights, silences your phone and orders your favorite food.

Slack updates Posts to bring a more professional feel to long-form messages

Slack is updating its 'Posts' feature, which brings formal editing tools to its chat service. Posts 2.0 is a "ground-up rewrite" for Posts, which Slack says has been left to wither since inception around the time Slack was introduced. With it, you'll be able to do things like add headers, create bulleted lists and add checklists.

With Facebook Down and Everyone Looking to Twitter, Brands Missed Their Moment

Facebook went down for the second time in less than a week this afternoon, and brands-or brands' social managers-took to Twitter to post jokes. This is the third time this month that the social network has been down. According to Venture Beat, Facebook didn't explain the outages on Sept.

Making This Your Facebook Status Won't Change Your Privacy Rules

Don't believe the status. By copying and pasting a short post in legalese about your privacy settings on Facebook, you will not, in fact, make the photos and videos you've posted more private. These statuses may have been popping up on your Newsfeed, but they're really just part of an elaborate hoax that has plagued the social-network site for years.

Google To Let Advertisers Upload And Target Email Lists In AdWords With Customer Match

Google is making its move to bring first-party data to search results - and YouTube and Gmail. The new product, called Customer Match, lets advertisers upload their customer and promotional email address lists into AdWords.

BuzzFeed News App Comes to Android

BuzzFeed has announced the launch of its BuzzFeed News app on Android devices. The app launched on iOS in June, and provides users with a list of stories and content from BuzzFeed and other news outlets, which are focused on current major topics.

Facebook Announces it Now Has 2.5 Million Advertisers, New Ad Features

Facebook has today announced that it now has 2.5 million active advertisers, up from two million just seven months ago. In addition to the milestone, Facebook has announced four new ad features which they're hoping will help them on their way to reaching 3 million advertisers in 2016.

Evernote for Android has a new widget for faster note-taking

In an update to its note-taking app for Android, Evernote has added a widget that lets you quickly create a new note without leaving your home screen. Evernote previously required you to download a separate app to use widgets. The latest version integrates these into the core app, along with a fresh coat of paint and a new note type.

Medium has closed $57M round, now worth $400M

Blogging platform Medium is newly flush with cash, as the company's head of operations Andy Doyle announced through (what else?) Medium that the company closed a $57 million round, led by Andreessen Horowitz. The money adds on to the $27 million the platform, which was founded by former Twitter CEO and founder Ev Williams, raised last year.

Twitter Plans to Go Beyond Its 140-Character Limit

Twitter is building a new product that will allow users to share tweets that are longer than the company's 140-character limit, according to multiple people familiar with the company's plans. It's unclear what the product will look like, but sources say it would enable Twitter users to publish long-form content to the service.

To już 3 awaria Facebooka w tak krótkim czasie. Co to oznacza dla firm?

Home " Mikrofon " To już 3 awaria Facebooka w tak krótkim czasie. Co to oznacza dla firm? 29/09/2015 Kolejna, trzecia już awaria Facebooka, nie wydaje się czymś normalnym. Bo o ile dla wielu z nas było to zwykłym utrudnieniem w przeglądaniu "fejsa", o tyle dla wielu firm opierających swoją komunikację na Facebooku, mogło mieć nieco poważniejsze konsekwencje.

Kto korzysta z TOP mediów społecznościowych? Mamy raport!

Home " Raporty " Kto korzysta z TOP mediów społecznościowych? Mamy raport! 28/09/2015 Millenialsi rządzą na Facebooku, a pokolenie 60.latków upodobało sobie Google+. Kto jeszcze jest najaktywniejszy w poszczególnych mediach społecznościowych? Jak większość z nas się zapewne domyśla, media społecznościowe (a przynajmniej większa jej część) została stworzona tak, żeby każdy z nich mógł korzystać i znaleźć w nich swoje miejsce.

Megapanel sierpień 2015: Duże spadki YouTube, Google i polskich portali

Drugi miesiąc wakacji nie był dobrym okresem dla czołówki polskiego internetu - wynika z Megapanelu PBI/Gemius za sierpień 2015. Google, YouTube, Wirtualna Polska, Onet, Gazeta.pl czy Interia.pl kończą wakacje z dużymi spadkami liczby użytkowników. Liderem polskiego internetu pozostaje Grupa Google, która w ujęciu miesięcznym notuje spadek o ponad 484 tys.

Google Photos gets Chromecast support, collaborative albums and people labelling

The rumors were true; Google Photos is getting a big update today. At its Nexus event today, Google announced the ability to share photo albums. The feature allows friends and families to collaborate on photo albums. Users can subscribe to albums and receive notifications anyone adds an image to the album.

Axel Springer Spends $343M To Buy Business Insider

German media giant Axel Springer has announced it's acquiring online business news publication Business Insider, spending some $343 million to acquire 88 percent of BI's shares. Axel Springer already had a stake of around nine percent in the business. The acquisition will be financed by Axel Springer's existing credit lines, and is subject to regulatory approval.

Nescafé To Make Massive Move To Tumblr

Just like Taco Bell deleted all of its social media content a while back to create anticipation and engagement to its app, Nescafé decided to move its online presence to Tumblr. Will it work out? Also Read: Don't Sweat The Budget: Create Content Just Like Big Brands Do We all know by now that Tumblr is a...

Nowe o2.pl nie będzie portalem tylko aplikacją - AntyWeb

Jeden z naszych czołowych portali internetowych postanowił właśnie zmienić całkowicie layout swojego serwisu. I zapowiada się to na zmiany dość rewolucyjne. o2 praktycznie jako jedyny portal pozostawał ze swoim wyglądem daleko w tyle za Onetem, WP czy Interią, które już dawno dostosowały swoje serwisy do zmieniających się technologii.

YouTube Is Ready To Launch Subscription Service

Just a little less than a year ago we had written about YouTube's plans to release a new, subscription-type content service. It now seems that the social network it's ready to launch this new feature, as reports suggest. Also Read: YouTube Updates View Counter and Bids Farewell to 301+ Views Only a couple of days before,...

Carlsberg axed by Tesco in big brand cull

Carlsberg is the latest brand to fall victim to Tesco's brand cull, part of its 'project reset' strategy. The move is aimed at consolidating and rationalising thousands of lines as Dave Lewis looks to revive the beleaguered giant.

Facebook is bringing profile photos to life with 7-second videos

Facebook is about to get more lively. The social network announced on Tuesday it's testing a new feature called profile videos, which will let users upload seven-second clips instead of a static avatar. Check out the GIF below to see how it'll look. via GIPHY iPhone users in California and the U.K.

Samsung Is Sending One Person to a Tibetan Monastery for 100 Days to Watch TV in Peace

Hey, monks, keep that chanting down, I'm trying to watch Empire! As if binge-watching your favorite TV show weren't enough of a religious experience, Samsung is taking it to new heights with a promotion called "The Catch-up Grant."

Diabolical little girl held an owl and the Internet had a Photoshop field day

It stands to reason that if you post something weird on the Internet, the Internet will find a way to make it weirder. A photo of a somewhat diabolical-looking little girl holding an owl has recently surfaced on Reddit, and it is a majestic sight to behold.

Polski Listonic w Material Design jest zjawiskowy. Już testowaliśmy! - AntyWeb

Od 2009 roku Listonic służy tysiącom użytkowników w szybkim i wygodnym zarządzaniu listami zakupów. Na przestrzeni tych lat Listonic, jako firma, wprowadzał także nowe produkty, jak porównywarka cen czy agregator kuponów promocyjnych, ale w 2015 zespół postanowił powrócić do korzeni i skupić się na wprowadzeniu zupełnie nowej, pięknej odsłony aplikacji na Androida.

Leroy Merlin testuje beacony. Projekt realizują polskie firmy - AntyWeb

Beacony to rozwiązanie, które trudno uznać za nowe, ale nadal toczy się dyskusja dotycząca tego, czy ta technologia przyjmie się na większą skalę. W głównej mierze odnosi się ona do biznesu, zastosowania pomysłu np. w sprzedaży. Przybywa firm działających na tym polu, kolejni gracze testują narzędzia tego typu.