Instagram Direct would let users send private photos and videos to their friends.
Money magazine removes “interim” from design director title
Craig Matters, the managing editor of Money magazine, sent out the following announcement to the staff on Thursday: This may seem anticlimactic since she’s done such a great job as interim design director, but I’m really happy to announce that there’s no more of that interim stuff.
Some of Thursday’s top business stories: New York Times For No. 2 at Fed, White House favors central banker in the Bernanke mold, by Binyamin Appelbaum Criminal action is expected for JPMorgan in Madoff case, by Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Ben Protess Reuters Retail sales rise in November, bo
Caroline O’Donovan of The Nieman Journalism Lab spoke with Sarah Marshall, who is becoming the first social media editor for The Wall Street Journal for news coming out of Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Here is an excerpt: O’Donovan: So what kind of stuff are you going to be doing? Do
David Jackson, the founder and CEO of SeekingAlpha.com, blogs about the size of Seeking Alpha’s readership for tech news coverage. Jackson writes, “From the NYT: One of the first Web sites loaded on Silicon Valley’s laptops and iPhones each morning — and then again and again
Blue accent colors make triumphant return in latest Google Keyboard update
A few weeks back, we can’t say we ever noticed much of a commotion made over Google’s decision to update their official “stock” keyboard app with KitKat’s more muted (read: boring) white color scheme. But we did notice a few of you expressing your disapproval. Good news
Lenovo never blossomed into the major Android player we'd hoped they'd become, but they're still at it. The company has announced two new Android handsets for the near future. Neither will blow your mind, but they should prove to be decent pocket-friendly options in the regions they'll be available
If, for whatever reason, you're not cool with having to click a button to have your images automatically load whenever you open an email, Google's finally going to solve all that. An upgrade to Gmail in early 2014 will allow you to have images load automatically.
The wild ride on the mobile tech market continues and despite having a very competent team of authors and editors, we’re always looking to bring new talent and perspectives to our team and ultimately, to our readers. As we approach a new year – one that we’re highly anticipating to