Right now Facebook has an instant articles feature in which the content from publishers has sort of been preloaded. This means that when you click it, the content loads instantly in Facebook as opposed to having to wait for a website to load. Google announced a similar venture last month with Accelerated Mobile Pages, and it looks like we have a launch date to look forward to.
According to a post by Google, it seems that they are aiming to launch the project in early 2016. There is no specific date mentioned but they did say early, so hopefully we can look forward to a release in Q1 2016 at least. According to Google, “Google will begin sending traffic to your AMP pages in Google Search early next year, and we plan to share more concrete specifics on timing very soon.” Read full post →Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages Will Launch Early 2016
There is a lot of debate regarding the safety of electronic cigarettes (e-cigs). The question here lies in both the content of the juice and also the electronics involved, and every now and then you hear about an accident that further seems to enforce the idea that e-cigs are considered to be dangerous.
Now it seems that one incident was bad enough to the point where an exploding e-cig may cause a 29-year old college student from Colorado Springs to never walk again. According to the reports, the 29-year old had his e-cig explode in his face. Apparently the resulting blast was enough to fracture his vertebrae, cause facial fractures, and teeth damage. Read full post →Victim Of Exploding E-Cig May Never Walk Again