Category: Applications

LAST CALL

  Welcome back to Last Call – Fusion’s weekly round-up of what’s new in tech and marketing. I hope everyone had a great holiday season and a Happy New Year! January’s not over yet but 2015 is already in full swing. Here’s what’s been happening: The hottest news this week comes from Microsoft, who just… Read more »

LAST CALL

It was battle of the tech giants this week as both Google and Apple unveiled their new hardware and software. First up was Google on Wednesday. The company revealed the name of its new release, Lollipop, which was previewed back in June at their conference, Google I/O. The OS is designed to work flawlessly across… Read more »

LAST CALL

Snapchat is a bit of an enigma. The mobile messaging app is valued at $10 billion, despite having generated approximately $0 in revenue. But that’s about to change. CEO Evan Spiegel announced this week that people would be seeing paid ads on Snapchat very soon. How advertising will work on this platform has been a… Read more »

LAST CALL

Welcome back to Last Call. Fall is finally (already?) here, so grab the pumpkin flavored beverage of your choice and read up on what you might have missed this week. We don’t bend, we #break. #bendgate #iPhone6plus pic.twitter.com/uippCg4kCi — KITKAT (@KITKAT) September 24, 2014   real-time marketing GOLD I can’t stop writing about iPhone 6…. Read more »

LAST CALL

Happy Friday everyone! Who’s pumped for the three-day weekend? I know I am. But first, there’s one piece of business to attend to: Fusion is looking for an application developer! Our digital team is pretty awesome; so if you’ve got the experience, the skills, and are also pretty awesome (or know someone who is) hit… Read more »

LAST CALL

Welcome back to Last Call. Let’s get started: Possibly the biggest industry-related thing going down this week was the reveal of the new Foursquare app. Most notably: there are no more check-ins. Check-ins used to be Foursquare’s hallmark feature, but it’s been done away with (there’s a new app for that). To replace the feature… Read more »

Fusion Weekly Rundown

It’s Friday again already? Party! But first, let’s review this week in stuff: Digital Stuff Kim Kardashian created an app (ok, not Kim personally, but you know what I mean). It is addicting. Really, really addicting. I had it myself for a while but deleted it because I knew it was going to be too… Read more »

3d Printing Primer

I want a 3d printer. I’ll go ahead and throw that out there now, so you know that the following is going to be biased. There are two things keeping me from buying a printer though. One of them is cost (the cheapest models are still near $1,000) and the other is figuring out what… Read more »

Virtual Reality Makes a Comeback

The saying “Everything old is new again” always holds a grain of truth and that truth is more evident than ever in the virtual reality realm. In the 1980s and 1990s, virtual reality was positioned as THE way we will all be interacting by 2010. Many tech writers and industry insiders started planning for (and… Read more »