When it comes to technology versus nature it’s easy to adopt adversarial thinking. Anyone who’s seen Avatar may be led to believe that human progress and nature will always be at odds. But not today.
Today 30 June is Mashable’s sixth annual global celebration of Social Media Day (we also like to call it Frazzle Day aka End of Financial Year in Australia!) So depending where you live (and pay tax ) you might be checking out @MashableEvents / #SMDay or @ato_gov_au
It’s been over a week since Google I/O, which is virtually forever in 24-hour-tech-news cycle years. However, there is one project featured by Google’s ATAP team where the hype’s simply not going away. Project Soli is new technology that is promising to change the future of wearables.
For any fresh-faced SEO’ers, or anyone who’s looking to start tracking their SEO data, we’ve created a quick run-down of a few of our favourite SEO tools, why we love them and how to get started. Check out our handy list to see what you might be missing out on.
If you’ve ever noticed a typing error right after you’ve sent an email or regretted pressing the send button the instant you did, ‘undo send’ could just be your new favourite Gmail feature.
Elon Musk’s white paper in 2013 on the concept of his Hyperloop above ground transport system, promising speeds of over 1000 km/h, was accompanied by plenty of hype. It has spawned a host of startups since.
At Loves Data, known as Google specialists, we work hard to stay ahead of the curve which is why great ideas from outsiders are often greeted with sighs and “Why didn’t we think of that?”
Having the latest and greatest is one of the joys of living in the age of technology. It’s also the source of masses of e-waste being buried underground as landfill in China, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh and Africa.
We’re updating you every Monday on the tech and marketing news, so they’re front of mind in the coming week. First up, the full program for the 2015 Analytics Conference has finally been announced! With Jim Sterne, Chairman of the Digital Analytics Association presenting the keynote, this year’s conference will bring together digital marketers, analysts …
This week, we released our full program and speaker details for the 2015 Analytics Conference. With a keynote presented by Jim Sterne, the Chairman of the Digital Analytics Association, the 2015 Analytics Conference will explore how digital marketers, analysts, and organisations can get more from their Google Analytics.
Check-in lines at airports are headed for extinction, most of us check-in online or use airport kiosks. Hotels, however, have resisted this type of pull towards automated efficiency.
Turkish biotech company BTech Innovation has designed and 3D printed a titanium jaw for an injured Loggerhead Turtle. The turtle’s beak had been caught in a propeller, the injury left it unable to eat.
This story about Massai women in Kenya installing solar panels to replace wood and kerosene for energy is just as revolutionary as Tesla’s Powerwall and Solar Impulse 2’s attempt to make the first solar-powered flight.
Do you emoji’s? Does make you? If you answered yes to these questions, you’re going to love that British company, Intelligent Environments, has announced a cute and cryptographically far more secure alternative to the standard, four-digit PIN code currently used to log into online banking.
As the industry matures and costs-per-click rise, this question has come up again and again: why would you substantially invest into Google AdWords, if your website is successful in SEO? So when should you should reconsider?
Two million users in less than two years! Sydney-based startup Canva is a fast growing Australian company that’s making big waves. Images are everywhere; Google’s now offering free cloud storage but Aussie entrepreneur and Canva CEO, Melanie Perkins, plus her two co-founders have found opportunities closer to the ground.
A TV that can peel off the wall and be mounted with magnets? Sign us up for one of those. At a Seoul trade show, LG has unveiled a prototype OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) TV that is so flexible, thin and light that it can be mounted to a wall using magnets.
Google and the University of Washington are turning old photos into amazing time-lapse videos. The project team has developed algorithms to ‘time-lapse mine’ millions of old photos, adjusting and stitching them together to create time-lapse videos.
Apple’s WWDC just happened. Make it super easy on yourself and read our 11 coolest things that will make you want to update your Apple operating system. NB: Apologies to Android-ers, we’re not trying to convert you.
You all know that we love our Google Analytics. As a free tool that provides access to extensive data about our websites and apps, there is good reason why Google Analytics is the world’s leading product in its space. But there’s always room to optimise! Here’s a few ideas we had – are there any you would add?