‘Social Me’ app uses your Facebook activity to gauge your personality

Depending how much time you spend on Facebook, for how long and how much activity you’ve had, it’s completely feasible that this information builds a pretty interesting picture of your personality, interests and character.  The question is, can you handle the truth? Researchers from the University of Cambridge developed the Social Me app based on …

New ‘Many Worlds’ film self-edits in real time according to viewer’s emotions

This experimental audience-dictated flick will not be your average day at the movies.  Changing direction based on the emotional reactions of viewers, ‘Many Worlds’ by Alexis Kirke uses ‘arousal analysis’ to tailor the story line to your desires as you watch. Created at Plymouth University in the UK, ‘Many Worlds’, is a film about two students …

Insta-gone – popular users continue to leave Instagram after terms of use change

Initial concerns over Facebook acquiring the hipster photo sharing service dissipated after nothing seemed to change, so sepia-hued images of celebrities continued to be posted with wild abandon.  But now, new terms have scared users away from the popular service and the company is even being slapped with a lawsuit. What’s changed? On the face …

Don’t wanna miss a thing – ‘1 second everyday’ app helps you bank your memories

It’s easy to forget that life is a temporary, fleeting state and it’s hard to take daily stock of what’s really important and live in those special moments.  The ‘1 Second Everyday’ application may be the answer to recording and carrying that nostalgia with you or even passing it on for future generations. This has …