June, the world’s first smart oven, where the more people that own it, the smarter it becomes. Has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Forbes, CBS, Wired, TechCrunch, The Verge, Gizmodo, Engadget, Fast Company, CNET, Brit + Co, BuzzFeed, Mashable, Daily Mail UK, Fox News, Fusion, Cool Hunting, and more.
The June Intelligent Oven is a powerful and easy-to-use computer based oven that makes everyone a better cook. An oven created by ex-apple employees, designed to be more powerful, smarter and more beautiful than all other ovens!
Wi-Fi connectivity for software updates, an in-built digital scale, Nvidia processors as the brains, touchscreen interface, plus an HD digital camera & others.
Maggi fans took to social media to express their opinion about the brand. Most of the mentions were negative in nature. Among the platforms, Twitter was leading with maximum conversations around the brand. An overview of the kind of conversations that took place around Maggi in the social media sphere.
Google has announced the biggest expansion of Google Trends since 2012. Google Trends has been redesigned and will now show real-time data. Many of these changes have been done based on the feedback Google has got. The new site gives a faster, deeper and more comprehensive view of our world. Material Design has made its way into most of the company’s products.
You can now explore minute-by-minute, real-time data behind the more than 100 billion searches that take place on Google every month. You can find where in the world people are searching & what stories are searched. For any topic clicked on,trending queries related to it is also given.
On the new google.com/trends home page, real-time list of trending stories that are gaining traction across Google is given. Also info from Youtube & google news is taken into consideration.
For data journalists who want to do their own analysis, data sets on specific topics will be published google’s Github page.
The vast majority of people in the UK still use their social media accounts to stay in touch with friends, according to research conducted by Deloitte. 65 percent of people aged 16 to 24 use social media to find out what their friends are doing while 53 percent send messages directly to their friends
According to the latest edition of Millward Brown’s annual Brandz report, Apple has surpassed Google to reclaim the world’s most valuable brand once again. Apple’s brand value soared 67 percent to $247 billion, eclipsing the value of last year’s leading brand Google by more than $70 billion.