17-Year-Old Builds App to Prevent TV Spoilers on Twitter

May 2013

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When you count down the hours until a new episode of your favorite TV show airs, the last thing you want to encounter is a spoiler on social networking sites. Is there anything worse? Didn’t think so. Setting out to fix that very issue, 17-year-old Jen Lamere recently took home the top prize at the TVnext hack event in Boston (where she was the only female participating) for her Twivo app for Google Chrome. For more on this story, click here!

 Interacting with your friends on Facebook just got a lot easier — If you’re a Bing user, that is. Starting Friday, Bing will show comments from Facebook relevant to your search in the sidebar. From that search, you can Like a friend’s post, comment, or see the original post in its entirety on Facebook. Click here for more on this story.

It may seem like everyone already has all the mobile devices they need, but shipments for notebooks, tablets and smartphones reached 308.7 million in the first quarter of 2013, up more than 37% in the same quarter from the year before. According to new data from Canalys, Android continues to dominate the mobile market, making up nearly 60% of those shipments. Apple only accounted for about 19% of the share and Microsoft brought in 18%. More on this story here.


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