Have you ever caught yourself finding it harder and harder to concentrate on one task for a long period of time? Even if you’re just looking through your friend’s holiday photos on Facebook, you’re also scrolling through Twitter, reading a news article and constantly flicking through tabs and windows. Well, apparently you’re not the only one – Qmee & mycleveragency found out exactly what happens in an average minute online and we think you’ll be fairly surprised…
Via Tim Grimes on Social Media Today
When it comes to smartphone use, a new survey reveals that parents and children use their smartphones in very similar ways.
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Last year, U.S. tech company advertisers continued to increase ad and promo spending so much so that Google, Amazon and Apple are listed among the six companies with the highest ad-spending growth rates.
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Augmented Reality Installations are still trending strong, and here is a great one from the BBC that’s been travelling shopping centres in the US recently. To promote the new BBC “Frozen Planet” Blu-ray/DVD, they teamed up with Appshaker, to create a highly realistic Augmented Reality installation that allowed people to interact with some of the worlds most amazing creatures…
Via Digital Buzz Blog – Thanks
#Hacktivism has hit its tipping point. The year 2011 had the most hacktivism-related crimes in history. Hacktivists use digital tools to breach security systems to protest or take a stand on political issues. The New Age hacker is motivated by the pursuit of justice, and is often hard to stop.