The Shift-Interview with Joe Fernandes, CEO from "Klout".
Shift met him in San Francisco and asked him,why his users think they can become digital V.I.P.s through his service. Check it out!
Tensions have eased in Bangkok after anti-government protesters recently withdrew from key intersections of the capital. But in a DW interview experts say the conflict has only shifted from the streets to the court room.
For many activists in Kyiv, there's no longer any hope of finding a political solution with President Yanukovych. Some are now looking for help from the right - even if they don't share its ideology.
Reporters Without Borders Germany director, Christian Mihr, is worried that western countries like the US and the UK, which used to be role models for press freedom, are now using laws aimed at fighting terrorism to counter unwanted reporting. Mihr says this paradigm shift has a global impact.
Every Shift show signs off with an entertaining flourish called Shift exit, showing brilliant intervideos and eccentric technical innovations... An exit with a humorous, virtual bang!
The Turkish company Peak Games develops online versions of traditional games from the region. It’s a market niche that’s holding its own against big names like Zynga and King. Every day, about twelve million people in Turkey and in Arabic-speaking countries play their online games.
Often older smartphones are still perfectly functional, but are no longer being supported with updates. Alternative operating systems like CyanogenMod can be a solution, but installing such third-party software voids the manufacturer’s warranty.
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