Anna Kim-Williams

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20 Killer Brand Strategies On Pinterest

Pinterest is becoming a popular way for small businesses to promote their brands and get their names out there. But using Pinterest to successfully …

Samsung wants to beat Apple’s mystery health product to the punch

In a highly predictable turn of events, Samsung is gearing up to launch a new health product or service — right before Apple gets the chance to (maybe) release a health-related product of its own.<p>“A new conversation about health is about to begin,” reads Samsung’s event invitation for May 28, …

Netflix Takes Net Neutrality Fight Straight To The Top

By Alina Selyukh<p>WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After weeks of public outcry, Netflix Inc brought its concerns about Internet neutrality directly to U.S. regulators this week in meetings with Federal Communications Commission staff, according to sources familiar with the matter.<p>The video streaming company …

Teens are going completely bananas for the new Snapchat

Snapchat yesterday launched its biggest update yet, which added disappearing texts and instant video calls to the ephemeral messaging service. The update seems to have gone over well with some of the app's highly engaged teenage user base. High school teacher Tracie Schroeder tweeted that her …

How Brazil Has Leapt Ahead Of The U.S. With An Internet Bill Of Rights

One of the largest Internet markets just signed landmark legislation guaranteeing net neutrality, a limit to the data advertisers can collect on users, and limits on government surveillance on the Internet.<p>Brazil is one of the biggest foreign markets around for Facebook and Google–and it’s one of …

Microsoft Takes Pity On Windows XP Users And Fixes A Big Scary Bug For Them

Security researchers FireEye warned the public about the bug last week saying that hackers were using it to break into computers, particularly in the defense industry, financial services industry, government and at energy companies.<p>Microsoft warned people about the bug, too, and reminded everyone …

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