YouTube Insight is a radical new way…oh wait, I’ve seen this before.
I saw a post today by Wired that focused on a much enhanced version of YouTube’s current user analytics interface:
Social Media and gender are a hot topic, especially here on SheBytes, a tech blog written from a woman’s perspective. Women and men approach many things differently; and we are fascinated and really spellbound by the ways in which social media enable us not only to reach an incomparable number of people (when we look at how our past generations reached out to others), but also at how to engage and connect.
The always funny Robin Williams did a Siri impersonation on the Ellen show that really made us laugh! Siri, the built in and easy to access app for personal assistance on the iPhone 4S, has spurned countless spoofs and YouTube clips. We thought we’d share one. Enjoy!
If you’re shopping for children this holiday season, we have two tech children’s gift ideas, both for under $24.99! We know that as the holidays approach, everyone needs some extra help with their holiday gift shopping.
Real life holograms are no longer a sci-fi movie plot (think S1m0ne); now they are REAL! Mariah Carey performed live for several cities in Europe a couple of weeks ago – or so people thought. In actuality Mariah Carey’s hologram performed live for several cities in Europe a couple of weeks ago (the video is below). Yes, the future is here and we now have the technology to create realistic human-like holograms!
Hack a pair of 3D glasses and an LCD monitor so that only you can see what you’re doing!
This has got to be one of the most awesome hacks SheBytes has ever posted.
If you do everything correctly (full instructions can be found here courtesy of Instructables), your monitor and glasses will function as in the video above.
Forget about screen protectors…this is a radical and new level of privacy!
Now only you will be able to watch your screen, and you can sit back and relax in retro glasses while doing it.
Bang & Olufsen seamlessly integrates fashion design and tech; now, with women in mind!
For those of you unfamiliar with the beautiful products this technology company produces, check out their website here.
The Daily Muse is our favorite new startup; a a female oriented networking site, like nothing that has come before.
Its self-proclaimed mission (as per the “About” page), is to “bring community and career opportunities to professional women” and judging by what I’ve seen so far, they’re well on their way to doing just that.
That’s saying a lot considering the company and website have only been live for a couple of weeks!