Kwame Opam

Kwame Opam

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Kwame graduated from Stony Brook University with BA in Anthropology and has a Masters in Media Studies. He's done stints at Gizmodo, Geekosystem, and The Daily, where he did reviews and commented on only the finest memes. Most often you can find him playing with at least two smartphones, reading comics, and griping about the ending of Lost. Follow him on Twitter at @kwameopam and Instagram at @kwames.

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Tumblr’s new notification feed: Is Tumblr trying to one-up Facebook?

Tumblr is now testing a new live notification feed in user's dashboards. While it seems pretty simple at first glance, is there something more to it than meets the eye?
Social Media

Video-sharing service Telly introduces My Telly to pull your eyeballs away from YouTube

Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube all want your eyeballs locked to their ecosystems when it comes to video. But Telly wants to be the one place you'll need for finding video you and your friends are sure to enjoy.
Mobile

Twitter tweaks its mobile offerings, emphasizing Search and Discovery

Twitter today announced that they're updating their mobile client and apps for iOS and Android to improve search and discovery. This way, you won't have to leave Twitter to find the things you love
Mobile

Facebook reportedly developing a friend tracking app

Sources with Bloomberg report that Facebook is developing an app that will rival Apple's Find My Friends app for its ability to track your location.
Social Media

This message will self-destruct: Why our digital conversations shouldn’t last forever

Snapchat. Poke. And now Wickr. Self-destructing messages are here to stay. The thing is, they've been around forever. Why has this kind of communication captured our smartphones?
Social Media

Vineit turns Vine and Tumblr into a match made in heaven

Vine? Meet Tumblr. In a move that should have been stunningly obvious, one developer has crafted a new browser plugin to let you share the Vines you see online on your Tumblr.