By Melony Roy
Delta Tweet Causes a StirREAD MORE: Preparations Underway For The Salute To America Independence Day Parade In Philadelphia
Delta Airlines‘ celebratory World Cup tweet has some critics accusing the brand of insensitivity and racism.
Following the U.S. win over Ghana, the airline sent a tweet that used pictures to distinguish the two countries. The United States’ was the Statue of Liberty and Ghana’s was a giraffe.
The airline later tweeted an apology.
Are Dronies the New Selfies?
Twitter is using drones to make Vine videos at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
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Actor Patrick Stewart appears the first post.
Facebook Updates Paper
Facebook has updated “Paper.”
The standalone app has added a “Trending” section that highlights news stories and photos of the most mentioned topics on Facebook.
The update also includes the ability to update profile photos, tag pictures, and selectively share content.
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