3Novices:Google: Euro 2016, Pokemon and Bowie lead UK search queries

Google reveals that Euro 2016 was its top trending search term in the UK, and Pokemon Go its global equivalent. http://ift.tt/2hMloWM #3Novices #News #OnlineMedia 3Novices Europe



Possible Sale Divides Twitter Founders (Report)

The prospect of a possible Twitter sale isn’t going over well with everyone at Twitter: The company’s two founders Evan Williams and Jack Dorsey, who has been Twitter’s CEO for a little over a year, are sharply divided over the company’s future, according to a Bloomberg report. Dorsey wants the company to remain independent, according……


Jack Dorsey Has Failed to Save Twitter, Now It’s Someone Else’s Turn

By all accounts, the process of selling Twitter is well under way. The company has hired an investment advisor and is expected to start receiving bids later this week from a group of interested parties that reportedly includes Google, Salesforce and Disney. As it does in almost every case in which a once-promising technology company…


Twitter Touts Live Video as New Growth Engine

Social media platform Twitter’s fast-growing advertising business has always been the bright spot amid its stalled user growth, chaotic executive turnover, and confused identity. As I noted last quarter, analysts are mostly positive about Twitter TWTR . Very few of them rate its stock a “sell;” one even calls Twitter “The Most Troubled 30%+ Compound…


French women are sharing pics of their luscious body hair

(Picture: RnRose192/Instagram/Emma_Siliniki/Twitter)‘French women don’t shave their armpits’ has long been a diss used by men who have never actually met a French woman, and probably haven’t come close to any other sort of female since leaving school. But now, women in France are taking to social media using the hashtag #lesprincessesontdespoils (Princesses have body hair) to…


Euro 2016: Lawro’s predictions – final group games

BBC Sport’s football expert Mark Lawrenson gives his predictions for the final round of group matches at Euro 2016. Source BBC Sport – Sport http://ift.tt/1UHYKe4


Twitter Locks Millions of Accounts After Password Leaks

Twitter twtr has locked many users’ accounts in the wake of the apparent theft of over 32 million accounts’ login credentials. It’s still not clear where the credentials came from. Twitter insists its systems were not breached, and it’s possible the data was harvested from victims’ browsers by malware, or simply compiled from passwords that…