Imagga, an automatic image-tagging solution, has exited its beta trial and fully launched its automated image tagging solution and corresponding API. To learn more about the beta, launch and future plans, ProgrammableWeb caught up with Imagga co-founder Chris Georgiev.
Sasha Frere-Jones’s track-by-track review of U2’s Songs of Innocence: “California (Blah Blah Blah)”: The track sounds like seventeen different bands averaged out in Yelp and turned into an Active Rock Smoothie. Nowhere near as good as “Drunk In Love.” ?
Dust off your brofist.
If you’re excited about any of Motorola Mobility’s new product announcements, Tuesday, September 16, is the day you can put your money where your mouth is. Motorola will begin accepting pre-orders for the all new Moto X, and for the … Continue reading ?
The most interesting Android phone I’ve seen in years: it’s more like a point-and-shoot camera with a phone than a phone with a camera. ?
Bing Ads has enhanced its Change History page to boost usability and reporting and Bing says more enhancements for the page will be coming soon.
The gift no one wanted.
If I were a musician that competed with U2, I would be pissed that Apple just gave them $100 million and a historic distribution deal. After all, in an instant, U2 is the most distributed music of all time. More than the Beatles, Beethoven, anyone. Show More Summary
Tableau Software, Inc. is well-equipped to navigate the tech marketplace in the coming years, said John Furrier and Jeff Kelly, reflecting on their learnings from the first day of the Tableau Data 14 conference. Tableau has experienced rapid growth, and … Continue reading ?
They also published their “Government Data Requests Principles”. Sounds like they’re doing right by their users. ?
I now write all my important Facebook posts with "Little Facebook Editor" for this reason -- the History menu. I have an easy way to get back to any of the messages I post this way. So for example when I asked about places to donateShow More Summary
An ancient moniker takes on sinister new meanings.
The Guardian: A brand new graphic novella by the award-winning cartoonist Chris Ware, tracing the lives of six individuals from Sandy Port, Michigan, published in weekly episodes. Great work from Ware, as always, and an interesting presentation from The Guardian. (Via Coudal.) ?
With the rise of the client-server model, storage was separated from the compute layer and consolidated into a distinct part of the corporate network to accommodate the rapid growth of digital content. Now, an exceptionally sharper increase in unstructured information … Continue reading ?
Now that Apple announced the Apple Watch, how does it compare to the Pebble Steel? Here’s how the two wearables stack up.
Google has just launched Android One in India, which is a program designed to bring smartphones to the remaining five billion people that don’t have one yet. Google used this opportunity to announce another new thing for users in Indua, the ability to view most YouTube videos offline. Show More Summary
Maybe if TV weren't just a "hobby" to Apple, he would have a better answer.