Ryan Graff of the Knight News Innovation Lab says we saw glimpses of the future in many projects that launched this year. Among them, he says, were signs of “the rise of algorithms.”
Numerous TV networks and news sites are live streaming on the web, on tablets, smartphones, Xboxes and connected devices. Gigaom has pulled together a great guide to all the ways to follow along online, from what the networks are planning to social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.
News.me, a wonderful iPhone app that curates all the news that your friends are sharing, launched a great new feature today called “Paper Boy,” that automatically downloads the latest news to the iPhone app whenever you leave home. All you have to do is set your home location so that the app knows whenever you leave [...]
Yahoo’s Ross Levinsohn says traditional media is lacking in innovation because its leaders are “fearful, not fearless,” and that the true innovation and disruption will come from those who figure out how to merge Silicon Valley’s culture of disruption with Hollywood’s knack for beautiful programming.
The next Knight News Challenge competition, an international competition for grant dollars from the Knight Foundation, is now taking submissions for its next challenge, which is centered on networks.
If you’re a Steve Jobs fan here is a fantastic collection of video clips of him talking about innovation and leadership, curated on Chill.com, a video-site that is a Pinterest clone. It’s also a good way to see the value of well-done video curation, and how Chill.com can be used in interesting ways.
Super Bowl XLVI promises to be the biggest second-screen TV and social TV event in history, with dozens of companion apps, special websites and add-on features being offered across desktop and mobile platforms.
If you think the iPad 2 and new Kindles are small and lightweight tablets, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Samsung is developing flexible displays that it plans on using for new smartphone and tablet devices.
This clever new book is a parody of “Goodnight Moon” for the tech generation. Watch a narrated version of the story below, and click here to learn more about it or buy “Goodnight iPad: a Parody for the next generation”