Instagram has been making news left and right these past few weeks after Facebook bought it for $1 billion bucks. Now, all eyes are turning the next big boom on the mobile app frontier — videos.
According to a CNN.com article, tech investors are looking to startup, Viddy, for the next big payout.
Less than a year old, this app lets its 27 million (and growing) users broadcast 15-second videos on social networking sites. Users can use filters (think Instagram), music, and more to make their video pop.
Do you think Viddy is the next big app?
Speaking of next big things…a recent poll conducted by the Associated Press and CNBC reveals that almost half of the people polled think social media giant Facebook is just a passing fad.
According to a Mashable report, 46% of those polled think Facebook will fade away and 43% believe it won’t go the way of MySpace and will be here for a while longer. However, 51% of those polled believe investing in Facebook stock would be a good decision.
The study polled 1,000 Americans over the age of 18.
Facebook is currently valued at $100 billion.
What are your thoughts on Facebook? Here to stay or distant memory soon?
Google just launched Chrome 19 of its browser with a fun new feature, according to a TechCrunch report.
Now Chrome users can have opened tabs sync up across all of their electronic devices. This means users can continue their online searches wherever they left off on mobile, tablet, and other devices that run under the Chrome for Android beta and can even use the back and forward arrow keys.
What do you think of this new feature? Let us know.
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