Everybody loves a good television sitcom, and it can be devastating when one of your favorite shows comes to an end. It’s even worse, though, when the series finale leaves you unsatisfied! Some sitcoms end on happier notes and some on sad ones, but everything’s okay as long as it gives you the closure you… Continue reading TV Sitcom Series Finales Ranked by Viewer Happiness and Satisfaction
Do you use Shazam to identify new songs? If so, you will love the makeover coming to Shazam for iPhone and Android. New Card Interface for Tagged Songs If you use Shazam on iOS, starting today you might see a new interface when you tag a song. The newly designed, card-like screen features lighter… Continue reading Shazam Makeover Brings Card Interface to iOS and Android Hoping to Make the App Stickier
Are you ready for what Yahoo has to bring in 2014? After making big changes in 2013, like acquiring popular blogging site Tumblr and overhauling Flickr, Yahoo has announced at CES a slew of new, enhanced products along with its first acquisition of 2014 that will impact the way people interact with their phone screens,… Continue reading Yahoo Announces New Smart TV, Advertising, News Digest & First Acquisition of 2014
What’s your favorite TV show? A modern hit like Breaking Bad or True Blood? While my favorite show to watch right now might be the Game of Thrones, here in Pennsylvania The Office is huge. But in places like New York and New Jersey, old classics like Seinfeld and The Sopranos still reign supreme. So… Continue reading This Map Shows You the Most Popular TV Show in Every State
Twitter has released some interesting data that shows just how effective paid Twitter media can be for promoting television shows and generating leads. Earlier this year Twitter introduced TV ad targeting for advertisers in the U.S. who are looking to target users interested in specific shows. Today Twitter is expanding this TV suite to connect… Continue reading REPORT: Twitter Ads Paired With TV Advertising Reduces Costs by 36% and Drives up to 16% More Sales
A new study from the child advocacy group Common Sense Media shows that children’s use of mobile gadgets like tablets and smartphones has exploded in the last two years. The biannual survey indicated an 89% increase in the number of children eight years and younger who have used a mobile device, which grew from 38%… Continue reading Mobile Gadget Use by Kids Increased 89% over Last Two Years
Over 200,000 people have submitted applications for a one-way trip to Mars with the Dutch company Mars One. The company plans to start Mars’ first permanent human settlement, and it’s looking for astronauts to start settling the planet. You might even be able to help choose which aspiring astronauts will win a trip to Mars.… Continue reading Over 200,000 People Apply to Die On Mars: Who Would You Vote off the Planet?
Today Google held a press event to announce new products and developments for Android and Chrome. While the company announced the new and improved Nexus 7, which will be released later this month, and an Android upgrade to version 4.3, a small piece of hardware made for televisions stole the show. Chromecast is a new… Continue reading Google Chromecast: A $35 Wireless Streaming Internet Device for Your TV