Here are this week's headlines, including our first sniff of new Apple Watch models, an essential new Android app from Google and a long-awaited update on Apple's AirPower wireless charging solution. Let's get right into these stories and more!
Instagram started off as a basic photo-sharing app but they soon copied Snapchat’s story concept and did a totally better job. Now they’re after YouTube with a brand-new app called IGTV; it’s a dedicated, standalone app for vertical videos. Should YouTube be worried?
Verizon is one of two massive telecom companies in the USA however, it recently launched a new division ‘Oath’ which houses its Yahoo and AOL acquisitions. Oath owns a number of high profile digital properties and plans to compete in online advertising with Google and Facebook.
Youtube Premium has Spotify and Netfix quaking in their boots. Could this be the one, true, premium streaming platform, or is it just another ambitious project? Find out more as I test it out and let you know of my honest thoughts. The ending might surprise you.
You may have heard of YouTube Red; YouTube’s subscription-based music and video service but it was never available for us UK citizens, until very recently. It’s now available with a new name; YouTube Premium. Could it take away Spotify and Apple Music users? Read on to find out all about it.
If you’re looking to add a point of difference to your photographs and images for your social media posts, often it’s the text that can make it stand out. Image and text combinations that use clever design can really set you apart. Read more about how Typorama ‘automagically’ transforms your text and photos in this blog post.
Ask your parents how they shared their finances. Years ago this was very straightforward. People got married, and opened a joint bank account right away. A joint bank account is a great way of sharing finances, but millennial couples are a bit different.
One of the key differences is that millennials move in together first, and take some time to marry, if ever. Also, they usually carry significant debts on credit cards, student loans and other obligations, which makes sharing finances quite challenging. The result of this is that millennial couples are simply not sharing their finances. It is said that two-thirds of millennial couples do not share finances at all, while all couples considered, this number reduces to 50%. Finances tend to be the number one source of tension in relationships.
So, should you combine everything, keep everything separate or partially combine?