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Social media’s sword: It cuts both ways, says a new study

Social media is hailed for its power to connect people and communities, but it can also do the opposite. They are forums where anybody can criticize anyone else from a distance, and this degree of separation just might fuel the notion that harsh words lose potency as

Pedro Sánchez is sworn in as Spain’s new prime minister

Spanish Socialist Pedro Sánchez has been sworn in as the country’s new prime minister by King Felipe after the ousting of conservative Mariano Rajoy. Mr Sánchez, who is an atheist, took the oath to protect the constitution without a bible or crucifix – a first in Spain’s

Top New York City Web Design Agencies Receive May Awards from 10 Best Design

10 Best Design recently announced a new monthly award to recognize New York’s Best Web Design Firm. For May 2018, a total of 12 firms have been recognized for their efforts, with Ruckus Marketing leading the list. Unsurprisingly, New York contains dozens upon dozens of website design firms.

Snapchat’s New Lens Reacts to Sounds

Snapchat has rolled out its first Lens that reacts to sound. “It’s a cute animal mask overlay for your face, with ears that pulse and glow, and eyes that move based on the sounds it hears. Snapchat says it’s just the first of many,” Engadget reported late Monday,

This new technology is the current obsession among India’s IT engineers

Upskill or perish has become the mantra among Indian techies. From large IT companies reskilling their workforces to young engineers learning new-age tools, there’s a rush to catch up with the latest trends. But there’s one technology that has far more takers than any other: the internet of things

Internet Daily: Gmail Offline Support, Revamped YouTube Music, Facebook’s New Marketing Startegy in India and more

Today’s Internet Daily talks about Gmail, YouTube Music, Facebook, Twitter, and Google News. Keep reading to know the latest happenings on these services. Gmail Gets Offline Support Google’s latest addition to its slew of updates includes offline support for Gmail. To recall, Google announced Gmail’s web app last month,

Web Design Firm Opens New Sarasota Office

IMAGE: KABOOMPICS The St. Louis web and mobile design and development company Engage recently opened a second office in Sarasota and hired two new staff members. Kristen Palm will oversee Engage projects and initiatives from inception to completion and collaborate with internal teams and partners. She has expertise in website maintenance, advertising strategy, search engine

Kanye West defends pro-Trump sentiments in new song

The track Ye vs. The People sees the star trading lyrics with fellow-rapper T.I., who takes him to task over his support of Donald Trump. “You representin’ dudes who seem crude and cold-hearted,” argues T.I., adding that West is emboldening “white supremacy”. But the star stands his

‘Lemon face challenge’: This new internet trend is spreading awareness about terminal brain cancer

The latest internet obsession is yet another challenge, and like every other internet challenge the rules are pretty simple. You accept the challenge, record yourself doing it, post it online and then challenge someone else. Except the “lemon face challenge” involves you to bite into a sour


Chinatown Bureau’s Paul Miser and Marie Berry Credit: Chinatown Bureau A pair of WPP expats have their way, agencies and marketers of the future will use an “operating system” that’s as integral to the creative process as Snow Leopard is to a MacBook Pro. Paul Miser and Marie Berry,