This Week in Marketing Tech2 min read

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Am I the only one who finds AOL's promise for "tens" of movies every month a little underwhelming?

Am I the only one who finds AOL’s promise for “tens” of movies every month a little underwhelming?

The tech world is constantly changing, and to keep up to date you need to pay attention to what’s going on. Keeping up on all of the new developments can be tough, so to make it easier we rounded up all the important news.

Web

Every week the web changes. Here’s what you need to know from this week.

AOL is adding a section to their AOL On Network for free movies from Miramax. AOL will be offering “tens of films” on a refreshing monthly basis.

Yahoo is trying to make a comeback in the Internet search market dominated by Google, by reaching out to Apple.

Apple is offering their OS X Beta See Program free via a download.

Mobile

Mobile tech is a huge part of the market, and it keeps getting bigger. Here’s everything you need to know to stay up to date.

Mobile apps from Google will take you directly into an app from third-party websites.

The $7.2 billion deal between Microsoft and Nokia means that Microsoft will own Nokia’s devices and services division.

Pictures of the new Samsung Galaxy K were leaked. The Galaxy K is the successor to the Galaxy S4.

Every Samsung phone comes with preloaded Samsung apps, and according to a study done by the Wall Street Journal very few people are actually using these apps.

If 2048 and Flappy Bird had a baby, this game would be it.

Social

Social websites and apps continue to be a major force in the market. Here’s what you need to know.

On Android, iPhone, and mobile web, users of LinkedIn will now be able to share photos.

According to Gigya, Facebook has more than half of all the social logins on the Internet.

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