According to a report coming from South Korea it seems very likely that the world’s largest smartphone vendor and the country’s superior consumer electronics company Samsung Electronics might terminate its digital camera business very soon. Since the launch of the Tizen-based NX500 camera back in February this year, the camera division of the company hasn’t made any new announcement whatsoever and if the report is to be believed, it has abandoned all marketing-related activities. In the meantime, ever since the launch of the NX-lineup of mirrorless cameras, the camera division of the company is losing money every single year.
It was a signal, when the Huffington Post was sold for more than $300 million that news was never going to be the same ever again. At first glance, websites look like blogs on steroids and now they have become the fast and new emerging global news channels. List style posts dominate their home pages.
Some of them include:
- 20 Things Only People With Cold Hands Understand
- 25 Very Real Struggles Of Making New Friends As An Adult
- 29 signs You’re Not a Cat Person
“List posts” work whether you like them or not.
One of these new generation websites driven by social network is called Buzzfeed and it is making the original players sit up and take a note. In 2006, it stated as an online laboratory called “Buzzfeed Labs” and since then it has evolved and transformed into a serious long form journalism website.