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Facebook Target's Ads Based on Cell Phone Strength

Here’s an article from Ad age that discusses Facebook’s ability to market ads based on cell phone strength. Read the article here. Facebook’s Cell Phone Strength Marketing

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Getting Lost, Cellphone Strugs, Wi-fi strugs, laptop strugs, and just plain life strugs!

Today was the school Orientation at Baekyang Hall, and apparently 4 exchange students don’t have enough wrinkles in their tiny noggins to figure out the school map and just go straight and keep left, or just follow the crowd. 369 more words

Korea

Do you trust me fully?

“I trust you.”

She shuddered at the sound of those words escaping his lips and questioned what his definition of “trust” was. He’d told her to think about them in a manner that made business sense, to think about them as a career and to decide what things would be worth dealing with and what wouldn’t be. 933 more words

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LAPD Responds to Hollywood Restaurant After Cellphone Incident Involving Justin Bieber

Police responded to a restaurant in Hollywood on Monday night following an incident involving Justin Bieber, an LAPD spokeswoman said. No arrests were made.

Officers were summoned to a Dave & Buster’s location in the 6800 block of Hollywood Boulevard, at the Hollywood & Highland Center, after a fan used a cellphone to record video of the pop singer, said Officer Sara Faden of the Los Angeles Police Department. 116 more words

Local News

California Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Bill Signed Into Law

SACRAMENTO — A bill requiring new smartphones sold in California to have the so-called ‘kill switch’ anti-theft technology was signed into law Monday by Gov. Jerry Brown. 161 more words

News

Best Couple of the VMAs Was Celebrities and Their Smartphones

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While some might say that the most touching moment of the VMAs was provided by Bey, Jay, and Blue Ivy, … 161 more words

Everyday Life Around the World as Told Through Instagram

Photographer Peter DiCampo and writer Austin Merrill never intended to start an international movement when they launched Everyday Africa in early 2012. Their initial goal was to act against the visual clichés and stereotypes about war, poverty and disease that permeate conventional media coverage of Africa. 2,312 more words

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