January 20, 2017 by
The Huddle Feed in Technology

Don’t cry, all your favorite Vines will live on here

While the Vine we once knew is no more, at least Twitter is keeping around your favorite six-second videos for posterity. The company just debuted a new version of Vine’s website, which now acts as an archive for all the Vines created between 2013 and 2016.  SEE ALSO: As service

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January 20, 2017 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

A robotic implant that hugs your heart could help it keep beating

A soft robotic sleeve made of silicone could help a human heart keep beating, according to a new report published Wednesday. For the millions suffering from heart failure and other cardiac issues, that could mean a beating heart without the blood clotting complications of the current mechanical heart pumps called

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January 20, 2017 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Google’s Assistant might not be exclusive to Pixel for much longer

You might not have to buy a Google Pixel or Pixel XL to get the company’s intelligent Assistant after all. LG’s upcoming G6 smartphone might be the first non-Pixel phone to include Assistant, according to a report from BusinessKorea. LG is also said to be in talks with Amazon to

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January 20, 2017 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

This article about WhatsApp made security experts furious

Last week, The Guardian published a bombshell “exclusive” report claiming to reveal disturbing information about a “backdoor” into WhatsApp’s encrypted messaging platform. According to the story, the vulnerability could potentially expose the service’s user base of over a billion to “snooping” by prying eyes.  SEE ALSO: Sad! Trump reportedly forced

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January 20, 2017 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Apps aren’t dead — they’re thriving to the tune of $89 billion

In case there were still any doubts, we now have more proof than ever that the app business is as strong as it’s ever been — $89 billion strong, to be precise.  That’s the finding of a new report from app analytics firm App Annie, which said that usage, downloads

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January 20, 2017 by The Huddle Feed in Social Media

Celebrities impersonating other celebrities is a joy to behold

You may remember that Tom Hiddleston does a mean Robert De Niro impression, but did you know he can also do a top notch Owen Wilson impression and an undeniably accurate Christopher Walken impression? SEE ALSO: Charles Dance’s ‘honey badger’ impression is all you need He’s not the only one,

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January 20, 2017 by The Huddle Feed in Social Media

A timeline of Obama’s best jokes, from red-hot zingers to corny puns

Barack Obama: 44th U.S. president, Harvard Law grad, and middle-aged father who makes the most perfectly terrible dad jokes. Last year, the annual Thanksgiving Turkey pardoning saw the commander-in-chief directly address his penchant for some good old-fashioned dad humor. SEE ALSO: The Obamas paid a visit to Sasha and Malia’s

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January 20, 2017 by The Huddle Feed in Social Media

Programmatic Advertisers Get Even More Precise Consumer Location Data With New Pact

The ways that marketers can measure whether digital campaigns drove store visits are growing — and getting more powerful. Freckle IoT, which gleans mobile device proximity information from beacon data providers and directly through app and publisher partners, has struck a deal with five big platforms for programmatic ad sales

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January 20, 2017 by The Huddle Feed in Social Media

Super Bowl or Trump Bowl?

Every part of American culture seems affected by the charged political climate. With Super Bowl LI following the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump by just over two weeks, the question is whether Super Bowl advertisers will use the big game to address the political moment, try to defuse the tensions

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January 20, 2017 by The Huddle Feed in Social Media

Case Study: How a New York Hospital Chain Overhauled Its Brand

The corresponding campaign included a 60-second spot welcoming Austin Joseph, the first baby born on Jan. 1, 2016 in a Northwell hospital, which aired in the New York market for 10 days. “It’s this wonderful, optimistic way to tell our story in a different way and take advantage of the

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