Forbes :: De la Peña is now called the “godmother” of virtual reality, and her quest is no longer quixotic. The goal of her company, Emblematic Group, is to “inspire people to care,” she said. And the subjects she has turned her journalist’s eye to are ones where caring can become a call to action.
Who wants to view photos on their watch anyway? what a "connected" device on your wrist should and shouldn't offer
Venture Beat :: The launch of the Apple Watch last month reinvigorated the debate about what a "connected" device on your wrist should and shouldn't offer. Ultimately, omitted featuers are just as important and what's included.
RYOT :: For a moment, before the tech becomes mundane, co-opted for the everyday, the possibilities are endless. With virtual reality technology, we’re in that moment. We get to see the world through the lens of another, and the possibilities are endless.
Nieman Lab :: The arrival of any new class of devices leads the journalism-inclined to ask: What does it mean for news? And today, at least, the answer is: not much.
Tech in Asia :: Path, the ailing social network that launched in 2010, has sold the app to Korean tech giant Daum Kakao. Path founder Dave Morin confirmed the move today in a Medium post (via The Verge) but didn’t reveal the financial terms of the deal.
Guardian :: The number of TV and radio programmes watched on the BBC iPlayer has fallen for the third month in a row, prompting its chief to defend the popularity of the catch-up service.
The Media Briefing :: 50% of ads served worldwide aren't actually viewed by humans. Time to rethink metrics to be more quality related