Daily Roundup: Twitter Moments, Misleading Ads, Reddit's Upvoted & More
Website Magazine's Daily Roundup series features noteworthy developments from around the digital world that will be of interest to 'Net professionals and which may just have a positive impact on how you do your digital business each and every day.
+ Twitter introduced its new "Moments" feature, a tab on Twitter's mobile and desktop home screens that displays curated trending topics as they happen in real-time, to great fanfare today. The launch of Moments comes amid criticism surrounding the platform's purpose and one day after the appointment of Jack Doresey as CEO.
+ Ryanair is demanding Google prevent misleading search ads, claiming sitescraper websites are masquerading as its brand by using a Ryanair subdomain and selling flights on its behalf to confused customers.
+ Large organizations are "immature" when it comes to planning end-user computing initiatives, preferring to measure feedback instead of acting strategically, according to the 2015 Mobile Workfroce Report published by Dimension Data.
+ Reddit is launching a new site called Upvoted that will curate content from Reddit but, in a rather surprising move, prevent visitors from commenting.
+ Apple is reportedly acquiring deep-learning company Perceptio, which uses AI (artificial intelligence) to classify photos on smartphones.
+ IBM is launching a consulting practice dedicating to "cognitive" businesses, featuring specialists in analytics and data science.
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