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BIGnews in the Tech World

by Meghan Gabel

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It’s not quite August yet, but we can already feel summer beginning to slip through our fingers. While tan lines may start to fade, tech news is still hotter than ever. To keep you up to speed, your favorite informers from the BIGfish team are back with another tech news roundup, all while we’re soaking up the sun during our last beach days thanks to our Summer Fridays perks! 

BIGnews in the Tech World

by Anna McGeady

consumer electronics mobile public relations social media

The dog days of summer are well underway and the tech world is bringing some fire announcements to go along with ‘em, which can only mean one thing. That’s right gang, it’s time for another “BIGnews in the Tech World” roundup. Here’s what we have for you this week: 

What the Future of Long-Form Journalism Means for PR

by Chelsea Higgins

mobile public relations technology writing

How we access to information has been and continues to be an important aspect of everyday life. As technology becomes more and more ingrained in our society, the way in which we receive that information has changed.  

What is Signal and What Does it Mean for Public Relations?

by Chelsea Higgins

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“Find me on Signal”You may have seen that phrase on a number reporter's Twitter bios. What is Signal, and why am I supposed to find reporters on it?  

Twitter Unveils New Anti-Cyberbullying Updates – How Effective Will They Be?

by Meghan Gabel

mobile social media twitter

Cyberbullying and online abuse has long been a problem for every social media platform. In recent years, this has particularly been an issue for Twitter, where people are able to publicly and anonymously voice their opinions in real time. The company has taken measures in the past to curb harassment, with features like the mute button, which allows users to block future tweets from certain accounts, but does little to stop the spread of hate speech. On Tuesday, Twitter finally announced a safety upgrade that will prevent hateful comments from even being seen. BIGfish president David Gerzof Richard weighed in on Twitter’s safety upgrade on NECN.