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Google-Yahoo Advertising Deal And Two Other Stories You Need to Know
Full Instagram Feed Hits the Web And Two Other Stories You Need to Know
Instagram announced Tuesday you can now browse your feed on the web, and Vine has updated its age rating in the App Store to 17+
New Java Security Patch And Two Other Stories You Need to Know
Twitter might be looking into enhancing its security with two-step authentication. And while we’re on the subject of security, Oracle expedited the release of its Java security patch. Originally scheduled for release on Feb. 19, the tech company released the patch on Monday
Facebook Earnings Beat Expectations and Two Other Stories You Need to Know
Facebook beat earnings expectations for the quarter, clearing $1.58 billion in revenue. Twitter has enhanced its multimedia experience with a pop-up gallery for large photos. Furthermore, its media galleries now include videos from all of Twitter’s partners — notably Vine, Youtube and Vimeo
Amazon’s Earnings and Two Other Stories You Need to Know
Amazon reported mixed quarterly earnings on Thursday — $21.27 billion in revenue was a little short of Wall Street’s expectations, but the sting was lessened somewhat by $405 million in operating income. YouTube could be launching a paid video subscription model as soon as April. Finally, Twitter’s video sharing service Vine is really picking up speed, with new tools to make sharing easier showing up each day. The latest on this list is Vineit, a browser extension that lets you share Vine videos to Tumblr with one click.
Apple Launches iOS 6.1 and Two Other Stories You Need to Know
Apple has released iOS 6.1, bringing several important updates, including a smarter Siri and additional LTE support. Google has added a detailed map of North Korea to its Google Maps service, and Twitter has started combating the flood of pornographic content uploaded to its video-sharing service Vine.
Facebook Defriends Vine and Two Other Stories You Need to Know
Facebook seems to have “defriended” Twitter’s vine, though we’re not sure whether Facebook is trying to keep its knowledge of all our real-friends to yourself, or it’s a retaliation for Twitter’s lockdown of Facebook’s own API last year. Microsoft reported $21.46 billion in revenue for the last quarter of 2012 — a whopping $1.6 billion a week. Finally, J.J. Abrams might direct Star Wars VII, which didn’t sit well with some fans of the franchise.
Google Glasses Spotted and Two Other Stories You Need to Know
Google co-founder Sergey Brin was spotted wearing Google Glasses on a New York City subway. RIM has extended the deadline for its “Built for BlackBerry” contest; and director Randy Moore filmed a guerrilla-style indie film called Escape from Tomorrow in a Disney theme park, but without permission from Disney.