Following the rollout of Tumblr’s GIF search engine earlier this month, the blogging platform is today launching another new feature aimed at helping users discover and share GIFs: Tumblr TV. The addition is a combination of a search and viewing feature for GIFs, which helps you find the animated images housed on Tumblr and then view them in a full-screen mode. The “TV” part of the feature’s title refers to the fact that the interface offers player controls, like play, pause, forward and backward.
While the Tumblr GIF search engine announced a few weeks ago allows logged-in users to find GIFs to share on their own blogs, Tumblr TV is available to anyone, even if they don’t have a Tumblr account.
There are a few ways to use the new service. You can choose to visit Tumblr TV directly by way of the URL tumblr.com/tv, which defaults to showing GIFs that are currently trending across the service – a metric which is determined by a variety of factors, including the freshness of the GIF and the recent engagements.
Tech giants Amazon, Google, Microsoft and 17 other heavyweights are working together to create a common container specification for deploying apps.
The Open Container Project is being housed under the Linux Foundation and aims to establish common vendor-neutral standards for software containers, so developers can run their apps in any runtime, be it Docker, CoreOS's Rocket or others like Apcera's Kurma.
Microsoft is known to be an innovative cutting edge firm, come July 29th you will be experiencing a familiar and easy to use Windows 10 that makes you feel like an expert. This awesome OS comes with lots of improved features from windows 7 and 8.
Booting up & starting to use:
It is said to start up and resume fast, more inbuilt security features designed to work with software and hardware you already have.
The Start Menu is back in an expanded form, plus we'll bring over your pinned apps and favorites so they're ready and waiting for you.
Facebook the world's largest social network rolled out Moments, a free photo-sharing app that lets users create shared photo albums with friends from their smartphones. The photos are then stored in the cloud for free. The app gives your friend an opportunity to add their other photos on the album that you have shared.
With your Facebook account, the app finds friends for you to share with photos. It uses Facebook's facial recognition technology so it can identify which of your friends are in each photo. Facebook is interested in solving a problem people have, which is they don't have all the photos their friends take of them.
Microsoft did unveil a much-needed makeover to its Bing video search feature that comes not only with a restyling but a more efficient search engine in spite of the competition. It comes with the following features:-
Bigger images: Increased size of the video thumbnail in the search results, giving an expanded view of the video and making it easier to find the video you want to watch.
More information before you watch: Additional information has been added to the video search page like channel, upload date, and view count.