With the growing appeal of smart speakers and voice input, consumers are going to increasingly expect audio content. That’s why there’s a budding competition between Google and Amazon to turn text into spoken words. Companies and brands will need to adapt.
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Google has added a Personal tab to its search filtering options, to go along with Web, News and Images that allows you to find the contents of your Gmail and Google Photos accounts via Google Search.
Creative Commons isn’t so much a tool as it is a copyright framework for the sharing economy.
It can be easy to forget to add Apple Maps to the business move to-do list until you realize Siri uses Apple Maps for directions. Here’s how to update your business listing using Apple Maps Connect.
It’s all in the name: Memegenerator.net is an easy tool for making custom memes. Whether it be for sharing on social networks or embedding in an email to a coworker, memes add an engaging visual component to communications.
The Atlantic magazine is celebrating its 160th birthday this year and the publication has come up with a very clever way to drive home the point that they’ve been around for, like, ever.
Photoshop is the standard tool for editing photos but it can be maddening to use because it sometimes feels like you need a PhD to even do the most basic work. Learn 30 essential Photoshop features in 60 minutes.
Renowned professional photographer Jack Hollingsworth has produced a series of iPhone photography tutorials for the Adorama YouTube channel during which he gives tips, provides advice, and explains photography concepts that will help you get the most out of your smartphone photos.
The RiteTag browser extensions, social and mobile apps give you access to analytics on how people use individual hashtags for all your hashtag research needs.
Google PhotoScan is a new mobile app that helps you more easily scan those old Polaroids that are sitting around in shoe boxes in a closet or tucked into photo albums.