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first_img Source: Design UX/UI/Twitter Source: Paul Watson/Twitter WELCOME TO THE Weird Wide Web – where we take a look at the week’s best offerings in tech and social media news.Tech partnership of the weekIBM will be selling iPhones and iPads to businesses, as well as developing apps for them, the two tech giants announced this week.Logo controversy of the week Source: AirbnbTwitter was all a flutter when Airbnb unveiled its new logo with many users pointing out its resemblance to sex organs, BBC reported. This included a few variations on the logo that users cooked up themselves. These are just two of our safe for work favourites: Not to talk crap about Airbnb’s new logo… but it had to be done.— Jonathan Shariat (@DesignUXUI) July 16, 2014center_img And now for something completely different. New AirBnB logos reimaginings, many NSFW.— Paul Watson 🇿🇦🇮🇪 (@paulmwatson) July 17, 2014 Travel app of the weekRyanair launched a new version of its app that lets you use your phone as a boarding pass. Handy. Source: RyanairCopycat move of the weekTwitter has already made it possible to buy things directly from your feed but now Facebook is testing a feature that would let users to do the same, simply by pressing an on-screen “Buy” button. Source: in-a-perfect-w0rld via TumblrAbsurd app of the weekThere’s a Kim Kardashian app now, Business Insider reports. In the game, you’re just a lowly shop assistant in a clothing store in Hollywood. One day, Kim walks in needing a last minute glamorous outfit and, before you know it, you’re her stylist and close friend and she’s setting you up on fancy dates with exotic men. It’s every girl’s dream. Source: Kim Kardashian: HollywoodRead previous Weird Wide Webs>last_img

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