For each Friday, a Twitter recap! Here are the tweets you liked the most this week.
Last week, Google announced its #AndroidWear project, creating an earthquake in the mobile world. Some companies are showing more and more interest towards smartwatches and so does the consumers.
With this new project, it seems that smartwatches are going to be quicker on our wrists than we expected. And it's probably not going to be the only device we're going to wear this year. Let's make a round of everything we heard about wearables these days.
Another week is over and here are we bringing you a new recap of our Twitter feed. Let's get started.
After a week of tweets, hashtags and slefies about the Oscars ceremony, all the social media were looking at Austin Texas last week, to cover the famous South by Southwest festival a.k.a #SXSW on Twitter.
We spent another week tracking info, tweeting and sharing to bring you the freshest news over the tech world and the event business.
Here is this week summary of what you liked the most.
Here is our weekly digest of what we've shared with you on Twitter.
Last Monday there was no way we could ignore the Oscars ceremony and its famous selfie, the new most-retweeted-tweet in the history, beating Obama's picture of himself and his wife after winning the 2012 elections.
You or your company may not be entirely comfortable with social network habits and customs. Many well-know business experienced the storm that can come out of what may seem an harmless tweet at first. Here are five highlights taken from real companies' social network mistakes, compiled in our five social media fails you never want to reproduce.
This is post is the third on our "what you may have missed on Twitter" serie. You can read or previous week recap here.
This week, we gonna start with the epic fail of a PR company working for the main sponsor of the Brit Awards for pop music: MasterCard. They came up with the idea of directly asking journalists to tweet about the event with the MasterCard hashtag #PricelessSurprises. They even had prepared tweets prior the event for the journalists to share! The result wasn't what they expected.
We’ve had one very exciting year at LiveTweetApp. We've grown from point zero to helping about 3,868 events to improve their social communication.
We're very proud of those numbers and willing to share them with you, without any restraint, especially after our summary article about the pitfalls we had to overcome. Here is an insight in all our numbers from February 2013 to February 2014.
As you probably know, since it's all over the news and social media, Facebook bought the famous application WhatsApp for the modest total of 19 billion dollars.
Two years after buying Instagram for $1 billion, Facebook dropped a bomb Wednesday in the whole startup world. Immediately, a bunch of related questions to this incredible amount popped up on Twitter.