Facebook is testing a new layout for user Timelines that moves all posts to a single column and shifts “activity modules” like “Friends” and “Places” to a narrower column on the right.
The prospective redesign, reported by Inside Facebook, would do away with the current dual-column format and make the Timeline appear more like the news feed, with one main update stream. According to the blog, the change would address the complaint of users having to look back and forth between two same-sized columns on the page as they scrolled down to read updates.
With the new look, ...
FCC Chairmain Julius Genachowski said yesterday that roughly a quarter of cellular towers in East Coast states were walloped by Hurricane Sandy, with many towers running on backup power.
He also suggested that communications outages could get worse before they get better, especially for mobile networks. That’s because further flooding and snowfall in the affected region could cause problems for more cell towers and make it hard for restoration crews to make needed repairs.
The FCC is tracking communication sites for mobile, cable TV and broadband service for a core area of 10 states from Virginia to Massachusetts. The four ...
Yahoo and Wenner Media on Wednesday announced a cross-promotional content deal involving properties including Rolling Stone, Men’s Journal, Us Weekly and Yahoo Music and Yahoo’s omg!.
Under the agreement, editorial teams from both companies will work together to co-produce exclusive content around different entertainment topics.
In addition, Us Weekly and Rolling Stone will each have branded pages on omg! and Yahoo! Music, respectively, while omg! and Yahoo! Music will have branded pages on UsMagazine.com and RollingStone.com, as well as in the two magazines’ print editions.
Content from Men's Journal will also be distributed on Yahoo for the first time....