September 3, 2015

Technology Trends


Latte Art Just Got a Lot More Advanced

Hearts and swirls in your latte simply aren't enough anymore. And Israeli startup Steam CC has the answer to your sophisticated beverage art needs. The company has developed a machine that can put any image on drink froth.

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You Won’t Believe How Easy it Is to Break the Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Samsung's new Galaxy Note 5 may be new and greater than its last great device but it's got a serious design flaw that could jeopardize it with a simple user mistake. The flaw and dangers were enough for Samsung to issue some guidance for gun-shy customers.


“Spam King” Faces Hard Time, Fines

The infamous "Spam King" is scheduled to be sentenced on federal fraud charges later this year. Sanford Wallace has been convicted on charges that he accessed a half-million Facebook accounts and sent unsolicited ads to users.

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Wix Now Has CRM for Small Business, Too

One of Wix's latest add-ons for its users, MyAccount CRM, that collects a small business's contact information has been well received thus far. The company announced that more than 164 million contacts have been stored via the new app.


YouTube Ad Revenue Sharing Threatened by Facebook

Tens of thousand of producers have started creating video content on YouTube to take advantage of the platform's shared ad revenue program. Unfortunately, when users upload these videos directly to Facebook, these producers receive no pay at all. Here's why.

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LG Promises Large Screen and Long Battery Life with G Pad II 10.1

LG is expected to formally introduce the G Pad II 10.1 tablet early next month at the IFA trade show in Berlin, Germany. The 10-inch tablet may not wow customers with all of its specs but the company expects to price it competitively and maintain a strong battery and be able to perform multiple functions at once.