Wednesday, 27 March 2013

In social media space

Yesterday Facebook announced at the Gaming Developers Conference that around 200 games on its platform boasts more than 1 million active users and that they have paid $2 billion to game developers during 2012.

Digg have hinted that it plans to go beyond being a Reader clone, revealing it wants to design a tool that can rope in news and content from other sources, including social media sites.

Google’s social networking site Google+ added a few minor changes and improved the look by adding filters and photo editing. Thanks to photo enhancement Snapseed, users can now rotate and crop pictures and add filters such as Drama and Retrolux.

Ashley Mokwena

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