8/10/2012 2:34 AM
By Breeanna Beckham, Carousel30
We already know that technology powers our phones, computers, tablets and TVs, but how surprised would you be to find it's also the driving force behind America's favorite dessert - ice cream? Technorati has the full details on how computers are changing flavors and consistency at the molecular level and the science behind it.
There's nothing quite as terrifying as checking your iPhone only to see the battery dwindling to red. However, the new BattSaver jailbreak app could be the battery-saving solution we've been looking for. According to iDownloadblog, the app works by managing the features that drain your battery most and making them more efficient. According to the post, the app has the ability to double your battery life!
From cats to babies to iconic movie moments, what would the Internet be without the beloved GIF? The format recently celebrated its 25th birthday and Social Media Today has the full story on where it's been, where it's going, and how one company is making creating GIFs easier than ever.
In what could be a landmark case, attorneys from Facebook and the American Civil Liberties Union were in court this week arguing for freedom of speech protection to be extended to Facebook "likes." The case centers on employees fired by a Virginia sheriff for "liking" his opponent on Facebook. Head to Huffington Post for the full story and what a ruling could mean for similar cases in the future.
Sony Music Nashville is turning heads with its new interactive music video for singer Miranda Lambert. Built by Interlude, fans can control the camera angles to create their own unique story within the video. According to Mashable, this is only part of a broader digital strategy to promote Lambert's new album.
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