What's in Store for #TechTuesday
There's so much happening in the world of tech— we don't even know where to start! Here's a brief summary of some of the most interesting announcements that caught our attention:
Joining the likes of Facebook Live, YouTube livestreaming, Amazon's Twitch, and Twitter's Periscope services, Tumblr is stepping up its game by launching a new live video feature on its platform. The company has yet to make an official announcement, but stay tuned to see whether it'll boost its popularity and revenue.
While China's supercomputer has remained the world's fastest computer for seven straight years, this year is the first time it's exclusively made up of Chinese-developed technology. Troubling news for the US, who once reigned supreme.
You had 6 seconds on Vine, up to 30 seconds on Twitter. Now, both are offering 140 seconds, though there are limitations: the feature is not quite readily available to everyone on Twitter (influencers first), and Vine's 6-second videos will act as a Watch More link to a 140-second video.
Following the recent string of logo changes (see also: Uber, Instagram, etc.), Netflix went ahead and updated its own icon, likening it to a "new piece of statement jewelry" intended to add "a little flair" or "pizazz." Are you liking the new red carpet look?Let us know if there are any tech Tuesday updates that you want to share.