Dimples is a cool Kickstarter project for parents with babies. The app uses facial recognition to identify a smile and automatically takes a burst of photos within the mobile app. The app is easy to use, just set up your phone in front of your baby and open the app. It will automatically take a series of pictures when your baby smiles, all you need to do is to review the photos taken and select the ones you like. Dimples…
This week's featured talent is not a painter nor a singer but rather a content person. Trust me, the hardest type of creativity is the one that cannot be visualized in shapes and colors but rather in actions. Samar Maalouf is the morning talk show host of "Sabah El Mada” on "Sawt El Mada" (92.5, 92.7 & 92.9 FM). Her segment is a combination of entertaining, informative and most importantly social content.
Instagram users will start seeing a new message labeled “Paid partnership with” on influencers' posts and stories whenever a commercial relationship exists between creators such as influencers or publishers and businesses. In an attempt to bring more clarity and transparency to the community, Instagram is asking Influencers to state publicly whenever a post is part of a paid agreement with a brand.
The French Red Cross (Croix-Rouge Française) launched an extremely powerful and emotional film to celebrate its national days (10-18 June). The ad featured an old lady performing impossibly dangerous stunts in order to save someone's life.
Dads love technology and gadgets, that's a fact. What better thing to get them this Father's Day other than a really cool tech gift. Here Are Some Cool Tech Gift Ideas For Your Dad This Father's Day: 1- Navdy Portable Head-Up Display: The best Head-Up display device for his car, a safer way to use the phone while driving. It is an advanced Augmented Reality display that projects a transparent image over the road ahead. He can stay connected to the…
Let’s face it. Most kids nowadays have smartphones at a younger age. A few years back, it wasn’t common to see a 16-year-old with a phone; now most 12-year-olds have smartphones, and many of them are subject to being targeted by online predators, sex offenders, and pedophiles. Whether you gave your kids a phone to check on them when they go out with friends, call you after school activity, keep in touch when they go to summer camp, or you…
I grew up in the 80’s, back then when the Kassatly Chtaura Jallab ad was produced in 1987, the tune became an instant hit. Over the years, you couldn’t think of the product itself without humming the melody in the back of your head.
Most of the time, we are using our computer devices all day long (desktop or mobile) without worrying about the security risks until something big happens, like the WannaCry ransomware attacks a few weeks ago. There are a few measures that can be taken to reduce the risks: - Backup your data on a regular basis either on external devices or by using secure online services. - Do not click on suspicious links contained in spam emails. - Never input…
The PlayStation has been my primary gaming platform for many years now; it has everything a gamer wants: graphics, performance, versatility and connectivity. But, one thing was still missing, and that's mobility. Moving your PlaySation around is not an easy and friendly task. Remember the old Sega Genesis Ads? "Genesis Does What Nintendon't." Well, today "Nintendo Switch Does What Other Consoles Don't."
Not every day you need to shoot long distance photos, but when you have to, there is no other way than to carry around a professional camera with a minimum 200mm lens. I have purchased over the years more than ten long lenses for my mobile phones, and they never worked out for me. Some of them had a plastic body that breaks after a couple of uses due to the weight of the lens/phone, others you get a blurry image.…