Microsoft est le dernier à avoir présenté son assistant vocal destiné aux téléphones sous Windows 8.1. Elle répondra au doux nom de Cortana. Ce nom vous est familier ? C’est normal, c’est le nom de l’intelligence artificielle dans la série de jeux vidéo Halo sur Xbox. C’est donc avec Presque 3 ans de retard que
Technology has resurrected the indisputable “King of Pop” Michael Jackson from the dead. It was a spectacular evening at the Billboard Music Awards. The ceremony took place last Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The show was like any other until the MJ hologram appeared out of the blue on stage. MJ’s
“Stop focusing on the context and begin thinking about the objective” - Dani Alves We wrote a blog a week ago about Donald Sterling, the former owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, and his racist comments that got him banned from the NBA. Today, we’re back to report yet another incident involving racism, this time in the soccer world. The world famous soccer player Dani Alves stunned the media and his fans by eating a banana that a racist supporter threw at him. By eating the banana and standing up against racism, Dani Alves sent a strong message to the sports world - that racism is and should not be tolerated. Brazilian football star Neymar da Silva Santos Junior immediately started a campaign on Instagram, now referred to as #weareallmonkeys (#SomosTodosMacacos in Portuguese), to protest the racist hooliganism. He also uploaded a photo of himself and a young boy holding a banana. Within 2 days, the post gained more than 558,000 likes.
Amazon is excelling in the fast-growing field of eCommerce. It unveiled a new social media strategy this week that will allow users to add items to their shopping basket by mentioning #AmazonCart in their tweet. The process is simple! All user have to do is link their Twitter accounts with their Amazon account and respond to a product link tweet bearing the hashtag #AmazonCart. Once this is done, they can proceed to checkout and make payment for the items selected. The tweets only add items to the Amazon Cart and isn't a confirmation for purchase.