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As the executive creative director of Global Insights at frog , a global design and innovation consultancy, he travels around the globe on behalf of big-name clients to see how people use technology. From spending time in the heart of Shanghai to the
There's a large swatch of the country that doesn't use banks. These people are a huge market, and The New Yorker recently highlighted why you should be looking for opportunities in the space. Undocumented Income One of the big blocs that don't use
A separate article on The Next Web said Twitter recently expanded the number of locations serviced by its Trends by more than 160 countries and cities. The Next Web also said it is not clear when Twitter will similarly update its app for Android.
While everyone's talking about Facebook mobile today, Twitter cleaned up both its iOS and Android apps with a couple new features. Mobile is the money word for social networks today and while Twitter's app updates are life-changing, they do improve
When Jack Dorsey, Twitter's executive chair, co-founded the social media platform in 2006, I doubt he envisioned the role it would play as a customer service channel. Simply seen by many as the SMS of the Internet, the free micro-blogging service has
While the Chicago Bulls’ win last night may have been trending on Twitter users’ feeds in Chicago, it’s doubtful that people in Italy care all that much. For this reason, Twitter announced today that it has
From Beyonce and Taylor Swift to Lea Michele, we've rounded up spring outfit inspiration from some of Tinsletown's top trendsetters...From the red carpet to the sidewalks of Melrose and Manhattan, celebs are delivering fashion inspiration every time
Tim Swift has been writing and editing for The Baltimore Sun since 2001. He's covered Maryland news, pop culture, the local arts scene and now the wilds of the world wide web. Swift is filling in on BaltTech , writing a daily online trends feature,
It's in the "Scientific Life" section, and I was very happy to be asked to do it.
Tim Swift has been writing and editing for The Baltimore Sun since 2001. He's covered Maryland news, pop culture, the local arts scene and now the wilds of the world wide web. Swift is filling in on BaltTech, writing a daily online trends feature,