Which mobile operating system (OS) do you currently use for your mobile device(s) [e.g., tablets and smartphones]?Submitted by ant on Sun, 07/14/2013 - 5:43am. Apple | General Computing | Hardware | Linux & UNIX | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Personal | Religion/Culture | Shopping | Software | Technology
VideoSift shared an amusing three minutes and eight seconds YouTube video titled "Lucky Escape -- When a high powered career woman is asked on a romantic date by her boyfriend, she decides to end their relationship there and then. Not content to let her man down gently, she goes in all guns blazing, prepared even to vent her spleen, but is she really prepared for the outcome? ..."
Ars Technica has a three pages article on "The Trajectory of Television (TV)--starting with a big history of the small screen.
Blue's News shared a CNN article (Storified copy for mobile viewers and other web browsers (e.g., old Internet Explorer v7) shared the ten/"10 embarrassing fast food fails you might not remember -- Fast food is quick and cheap and tastes delicious in a horribly wonderful way. But whether it's a misguided menu item or an employee hocking up mucus on take-out orders, it seems like there's always something crazy going on at your favorite fast food restaurant..."
Blue's News shared a funny article, with screen shots/captures with cussings, showing "What Happens If You Text Your Parents Pretending To Be A Drug Dealer? -- "Nathan Fielder, star and creator of ... shows on television, Comedy Central's Nathan for You, asked his Twitter followers to text their parents saying they had weed for sale. And the results are as good and as painful as you'd imagine..."
'Connected Televisions/TVs' Still Not Very Connected/Internet Connected TVs Are Used To Watch TV, And That’s About AllSubmitted by ant on Thu, 12/27/2012 - 11:24am. Art/Design | Communication | History | Mouseyisms | Personal | Religion/Culture | Shopping | Sight Seeings | Technology | Television (TV) Show/Movie
The National Purchase Diary (NPD) Group Blog reports that "Internet Connected TVs Are Used To Watch TV, And That’s About All -- The Internet connected high definition television (HDTV) screen has so far failed to break beyond the bounds of its TV-centric heritage, with little use for the big screen beyond the obligatory video services.