Let’s be honest: There’s probably a few things you’ve been looking at online that you don’t want anyone to know about
Whether you’re secretly searching for a gift for someone who uses your computer, planning a surprise event or just looking at websites you’d prefer to keep to yourself, there are plenty of reasons to want to keep your web history in the shadows.
When there’s a lot of interaction on a given social network, it’s a good sign that users are paying attention to each other’s content. But high rates of engagement can often give way to disagreement and discord.
People who cross the line with vindictive comments are labeled “trolls,” meaning they stir up trouble, spark arguments and irritate others across the web. Trolls are a special breed, and they can be a pain to deal with on any social network.
ASPEN — Photo-sharing network Instagram still hasn’t fully rolled out its strategy for selling ads on the service. But CEO and cofounder Kevin Systrom has revealed that he has an unusual and unprecedented amount of control over photo ads before they go up on the service.
“I’m looking at every ad,” Systrom told the Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference at the Aspen Institute on Tuesday. “We implemented that early on.” He added that he had the power to reject or suggest changes to the content
The self-driving car trend is gradually picking up momentum, but there are other game-changing innovations coming to the auto industry that have nothing to do with surrendering control of your car to a robot
Jaguar Land Rover’s new Virtual Windscreen concept wants to provide drivers with an interactive virtual display on the car’s windshield, delivering a kind of augmented-reality experience.
Facebook has us hooked, and most of us aren’t saying goodbye anytime soon.
The thought of deleting your Facebook account permanently has probably crossed your mind. But whether it’s FOMO or wanting to keep in touch with others, something holds us back and we’re unable to escape the social media giant