Tumblr is taking it back to the cool days with their Dial A Post Service. You can now make an audio post on the social network by calling a toll-free number. All you have to do to try this feature is link your phone number to your account and then you’re ready to go.
Go try it! Be a rebel and talk your head off on the world wide web!
That 70’s shows star and Steve Jobs look alike Ashton Kutcher is now designing a special edition line of phones for Lenovo. The Hollywood star was brought on board as a product engineer back in October. According to Lenovo executive David Roman, Kutcher’s role in shaping the company’s hardware is very real. “I know on one level, it sounds corny,” Roman said in an interview with Recode. But he insisted that Lenovo’s partnership with Kutcher isn’t a publicity stunt of any sort. “He not only sees himself as an engineer, but he is an engineer. If he sees a problem, he wants to solve it.”
As of right now it has been stated by Roman that Kutchers main focus is the user experience on the upcoming phones. It should be very interesting to see what he will bring to the table once the phones are released.
So you know that neat little feature on the Nexus devices that let you say “OK Google” and the personal assistant pops up and you can search the web?! Well guess what, its coming to your desktops soon. The company has released Chrome beta that builds the feature into the browser. Now any time you visit the Google homepage or open a new tab, you can say “OK Google” to ask a question or perform a command. Being that Google usually releases finished versions of their software after beta testing, we could soon see this incredible feature in our browsers in the coming months.
So if you don’t know, CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is a global consumer technology trade show that takes place every January in Las Vegas, Nevada. Not open to the public, the sponsored show typically hosts previews of products and new product announcements.
So to keep you updated with the latest going on in technology, I’ve uploaded to live broadcast, one by The Verge and the other by CNET, to keep you up to date.
Also expect post about the latest stuff.