Google Glass (also referred to as “Project Glass”) which was announced on April 4, 2012, is Google’s concept for augmented reality glasses. It is considered to be the “smartphone” glasses, providing information and communication, even more accessible than with the touch of a button. Google has boasted the Project Glass’s ability to vary from taking photos and recording video, to current weather notices, as well as emails and text messages with friends. Since it’s Spring 2012 concept debut, Google has been hard at work, never stumbling at their development of prototypes.
Instagram announced recently in a blog post that Instagram.com would no longer be a placeholder front page. This is the first time a real-time feed of the mostly mobile service has been made available on a browser. There are, of course, still a number of differences between Instagram.com and the mobile app. Most importantly, you still can’t upload pictures or add filters at Instagram.com. The website is for passive viewing, Liking and commenting.
According to a recent study by PEW, users are using Pinterest just as much as Twitter.
Twitter attracted 16% of social media users, followed by 15% on Pinterest in 2012.
PEW’s report states, “Those under 50, and especially those 18-29, are the most likely to use Twitter. Urban-dwellers are significantly more likely than both suburban and rural residents to be on Twitter.”
A version of the following post originally appeared on the DoubleClick Advertiser Blog. Mindshare, a global media network and digital agency, recently deployed DoubleClick Digital Marketing (DDM) components to service several of their client accounts. We caught up with Danny Huynh, managing director of digital and client leadership at Mindshare, to find out more about […]