eicker.TV gibt es als Vlog auf YouTube, TikTok, Instagram und zusätzlich als Podcast auf SoundCloud: Der Podcast kann bei Apple, Google, Spotify und über viele weitere Podcastclients abonniert werden.

Facebook Shops: Pages, Stories, Insta

Mark Zuckerberg announces Facebook Shops, making it easier for businesses to list products for sale – Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook Shops, a new e-commerce feature that allows businesses to easily list their products on Facebook and Instagram. – Using Facebook Shops allows businesses to list their products on their Facebook Page, Instagram profile, Stories or in ads. – In the future, Facebook Shops will also allow businesses to sell products to customers through the chat features of WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram Direct and tag products during livestreams.“


10 Jahre LTE ohne Vollversorgung

„‚Wer braucht 4G, wenn er doch 3G hat?‘ – Vor zehn Jahren endete die Versteigerung der Frequenzen für die LTE-Mobilfunknetze – entscheidend voran ging es vier Jahre später. Eine bundesweite LTE-Vollversorgung gibt es aber bis heute nicht. … Eine Sorge verbindet alle Provider in Deutschland: Die wenigen noch bestehenden Versorgungslücken können häufig nicht geschlossen werden, weil die geeigneten Standorte nicht zur Verfügung stehen oder in langwierigen bürokratischen Verfahren nicht genehmigt werden.“


Chrome rückt Cookies auf den Leib

Chrome 83 arrives with redesigned security settings, third-party cookies blocked in Incognito – Google today launched Chrome 83 for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. Chrome 83 includes redesigned safety and privacy settings, third-party cookies blocked in Incognito mode, and more developer features. … Chrome 83 redesigns the privacy and security settings on desktop with simplified language and visuals. … You can choose if and how cookies are used by websites you visit, with options to block third-party cookies in regular or Incognito mode, and to block all cookies on some or all websites.“


New York Times-Personalisierung

„New York Times phasing out all 3rd-party advertising data – The New York Times will no longer use 3rd-party data to target ads come 2021, executives tell Axios, and it is building out a proprietary first-party data platform. … Beginning in July, The Times will begin to offer clients 45 new proprietary first-party audience segments to target ads. … ‚This can only work because we have 6 million subscribers and millions more registered users that we can identify and because we have a breadth of content,‘ says Allison Murphy, Senior Vice President of Ad Innovation.“


Notion: freie Produktivitätssoftware

Notion just removed the biggest limit on its free plan – There’s never been a better time to check out the collaborative note-taking app. … Previously, users of Notion’s free plan could create 1,000 of what the company calls ‚blocks‘: individual elements you add to Notion documents, such as text, tasks, embedded maps, or calendars. After that, you had to pay $5 per month to create new blocks. – Now, free users will be able to add as many blocks as they like to their personal Notion database.“

The Verge

Tom Hanks Greyhound auf Apple TV+

„Tom Hanks WWII Film ‘Greyhound’ Alters Course In Apple Deal: Film Will Premiere On Apple TV+ – In a real shocker, the WWII naval drama Greyhound that Tom Hanks wrote and stars in has abruptly changed course and will berth at Apple. Originally on the Sony Pictures theatrical calendar for Father’s Day weekend, the film instead will become the biggest feature film commitment made by Apple to premiere on Apple TV+. It is the latest in a growing indication that Apple is making its move, and becoming as aggressive as any streamer or studio in auctions for the acquisition of films and TV projects.“