Did you recently discover some unsolicited and unannounced changes to your Google Analytics account? If you’re wondering why 2 of your most important metrics disappeared and were replaced, don’t panic – it was really just a label language tweak. Today we discuss what changed in GA and why they changed it.
We’ve shown you how to post videos directly from your iPhone to YouTube on multiple iOS operating systems, including iOS 7 – but now it’s time to take things up a notch and show you how to post full 1080P HD video. In the past this was impossible, but with the help of a sleek app called YouTube Capture, it’s as simple as sharing via any other method.
It’s been over a year since I blogged my screen-shot laden iPhone to YouTube upload tutorial… but those were iOS 6 instructions. Well, iOS 7 was released 5 months ago and today with the new operating system being installed on 80%+ of supported devices, I thought it was probably time for an updated walk-through.
This morning Amazon issued a warning to iPad and iPhone users who use the Kindle app to NOT download the latest update. Why would Amazon not want users to download an update they themselves released? Well, because early updaters quickly discovered that there’s a bug in the update that essentially starts users from scratch – deleting all downloaded books, bookmarks and settings.
At first glance, last month’s announcement of Google’s Project Glass may have seemed like another Google April Fools prank, but it quickly became clear that this was a serious endeavor by the king of web search. (If you haven’t seen the Windows parody, do so now). Of course, the idea of bringing your computer monitor and smartphone to mini-screens on the inside of […]
With nearly 30 million users, you’ve undoubtedly seen friends using Instagram to post photos to Facebook in recent months, so you’re probably thinking that that the social media colossus is only acquiring the mobile photo-sharing startup as part as a way to add yet another weapon to the arsenal before what some see as the inevitable battle with Google+ over social media dominance in the near future. While that certainly is a valid argument, Business Insider pointed something out in February that might give us more of a clue as to why FB would drop $1 billion to gobble up Instagram.