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Twitter is evolving quickly. Very quickly. Lately, it has been integrating things like Vine videos, and adding in-line Promoted Posts to make ends meet. And now, it's challenging users to take an archived look at their Twitter history via a beautiful new visualization. #FollowMe is a platform launched in concert with Vizify, enabling users to circle up their photos, Vine videos, and Tweets -- toss them together, and you get a personal Twitter highlight reel. To get started, sign in to Vizify, which will ask you to authorize Vizify to access your Twitter account. Once Vizify has made your video,... Read more...
The recent feud between Apple and NBC Universal had it all: accusations, frustrated customers, threats, and even a new download service from NBC Universal.  While it is fairly clear what customers think of the drama where do other broadcasters stand?We reported earlier that FOX is either content or playing their cards really close to their chest, but what about CBS?  They also seem content to stick around:CBS Chief Executive Officer Les Moonves said that his company would be staying out of the battle with Apple. "We like our relationship with iTunes," he said.Moonves said that iTunes wasn't a significant... Read more...
Windows Vista has been out for only a few weeks and Microsoft is already talking about the next step. In an attempt to avert something similar to the five year wait Windows XP users experienced waiting for Vista, Microsoft has disclosed details on the successor to Vista, codenamed Vienna. WinFS, native HD DVD capabilities, and FireWire-B may be addressed in the first service pack for Vista but there is a chance some of these features may not make it into an MS operating system until Vienna. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has already proclaimed that there is "More where that... Read more...
Anandtech has posted a very interesting follow-up to their initial Conroe CPU benchmarks. This new article includes results taken from Anand's own custom benchmarks and not the Intel-created demos used in the previous article. Somewhat surprisingly, the new Conroe CPU still retains its almost obscene performance advantage seemingly indicating that there were no tricks behind the stunning results Intel was already showcasing. Should these results be legit, the only question which remains is when and how much?The performance picture with regards to Conroe hasn't really changed all that much - on... Read more...