Vox.io‘s innovative take on VOIP replaces what would normally be a phone number into a hyperlink, which you can put a lot of controls on and share around. And it’s getting real traction. The service now says it has hit a million users, indicating it is getting real uptake.
We’ve all by now heard about how Yahoo is trying to get some “cool” with a supposed $1 billion purchase of hip blogging platform Tumblr, but it may be a moot point if Tumblr’s users fail to stick around post-sale.
Microsoft and Facebook may be trying to make a move ahead of Yahoo, Tumblr may be inching ever closer to running out of cash, and (despite that) may not be afraid
Facebook is not working on an RSS product, we hear, but it
still has a huge and truly social opportunity in news discovery.
Facebook could turn what links we share with friends into an
automatic Digg for the world. Over a billion people are on
Facebook, and many share links to news stories and offsite content
along with their commentary.
I cant add events to the Calendar, nor the default nor aCalendar because I need to have an online account to sync them.
In Settings/Accounts I have the option to add a Corporate Account (Exchange), Facebook and Yahoo.
We broke news on the official rollout of Facebook’s new mobile share button yesterday. Now it’s available for iOS and Android through app updates that also bring iOS users emoji for Messages, the ability to tag friends in-line in any post or comment.