VIDEO: Jameis Winston Explains Crab Leg Incident  

YouTube By : Staff Reporting


Twitter expands threats ban, may lock accounts in aim to limit abuse  

CNet By : Don Reisinger

Twitter has announced policy changes that the company hopes will limit abuse on its social network.

Twitter has updated its policy pertaining to violent threats to include "promot[ing] violence against others." Previously, the policy banned tweets that were limited to "direct, specific threats of violence against others." - Referenced Article


Instantaneous brand elevation for Under Armour  

USA Today By : Josh Peter

"What's not quantifiable is the instantaneous brand elevation that occurred," O'Connor told USA TODAY Sports. "The apparel they had on him is mainstream apparel, and it's a whole new marketing and sales platform available to the general public.

"People are saying, 'I want to be like Jordan,' only this time it's not Mike. Under Armour has capitalized on that beautifully." - Referenced Article


EU set to announce Google action  

BBC By : Staff Reporting

Margrethe Vestager, the competition commissioner, could make a statement about her intentions on Wednesday.

Reports suggest she will announce that a "statement of objections" is being prepared.

Such action would mark an escalation in the Commission's handling of complaints that Google favours its own products in search engine results. - Referenced Article


Twitter is testing the ability to pin apps to brand profiles  

The Next Web By : Owen Williams

Twitter is testing yet another interesting new feature; some brands are now able to pin their apps directly to their Twitter profiles in its iPhone app.

The change was spotted by a tipster on profiles of some verified business accounts including Periscope, Vine and Uber. It now prominently shows the company’s app, its rating on the App Store and a button to download or open it if it’s already installed. - Referenced Article


Chinese Internet authority clashes with Google over digital certificates  

PC World By : Michael Kan

A Chinese Internet administrator blasted Google on Thursday, after the U.S. search giant decided to stop recognizing digital certificates issued by the group following a security lapse.

“The decision that Google has made is unacceptable and unintelligible,” China’s Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) said in an online posting. - Referenced Article


Nike Golf Bags Beat Out Callaway Only in Style and Color  

eNewsReference.com By : Staff Reporting

Callaway clearly has the better product when it comes to their new lightweight stand bag, but I have to say Nike wins out in terms of style. Nike has revolutionized the look and Callaway has revolutionized the technology and usability.
 
Since bags do not perform, the golfer does, you might prefer using the Nike bag if you mix and match your clubs; and this is coming from someone who buys Callaway clubs exclusively. There is no question that I'd rather buy the bag of the manufacturer of the clubs I use, so Callaway makes sense to me.
 

Sadly, I feel slighted that Nike has edged Callaway out in terms of charm and the aerodynamic look. It reminds me

of when cars changed to the rounded and sexier look. Callaway has simply put good looking colors on a box and even when you compare colors you'd have to still give the edge to Nike.


Satya Nadella can see what every Microsoft employee is working on  

CNN Money By : Staff Reporting

The program he uses isn't some NSA-like top-secret spy software. It's actually a part of Microsoft Office called "Delve."

You can use it too -- if your company pays Microsoft for it. Microsoft Delve is yet another cloud tool that allows team members to share and collaborate on documents with one another (see: Google Docs, SharePoint, Trello, Yammer, Slack, etc.) - Referenced Article


What people really search for most on Google  

Business Insider By : GUS LUBIN AND MIKE NUDELMAN

You've seen Google's annual lists of trendy search terms, featuring things like "robin williams," "world cup," and "ebola," but those show only the most unusually popular terms, not the most popular terms overall. In fact, the most popular searches are a lot more basic.

The clear winner around the world is "facebook," which is funny given that you could just as easily type facebook.com into a URL bar. "google" and "youtube" are also popular and likewise amusing. - Referenced Article


Ford unveils MoDe electric bike prototypes at MWC 2015  

CNET By : Lynn La

Looking to make bicyclists' commutes safer and more efficient, American car company Ford introduced two concept electric bicycles today during a press event at MWC 2015. Known as the MoDe:Pro and the MoDe:Me, the e-bikes are equipped with a number of smart features that connect to the Apple iPhone 6.

According to Erica Klampfl, Ford's head of mobility, the bikes were part of a company-wide challenge that asked employees and designers to come up with a smart e-bike. Referenced Article


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