After introducing its .new domain extension last year, Google has showcased the different apps and services that you can access with the .new shortcut….
Twitter has started off 2014 with some changes. First off is the rollout of a new redesign which makes the desktop site look more like Twitter’s mobile apps, expect less text, more blocks and images.
Perhaps of more importance is changes to Twitter’s ad policies. Not only can advertisers now target their ads at specific users — based on email address or Twitter ID — but Twitter can also help identify prospective users from public info like bios, follower counts, and previous tweets that advertisers can utilise.