It's Friday again so it's time for a round up of five things you need to know this week from the worlds of digital, brands and the occasional interesting fact. So here's this week's Friday Five: 1. Twitter Turns Seven
Twitter celebrated their seventh anniversary this week - that's almost as long as Folk! After completely changing the way we communicate online, we can't wait to see what they have up their sleeves next...
2. 3D Printed Clothes by 2050
Ripped your favourite outfit? no problem... in the future you'll be able to recycle it into brand a new one. It's looking like by 2050 we might all be using 3D printing to turn our old clothes into new clothes - a move that could change the fashion industry forever.
3. Apple Say 75% of their Energy Comes From Renewable Energy
A leader in technology, tech giant Apple is forging the way for green corporations. They announced this week that 75% of their energy usage comes from renewable sources. Will other companies follow suit?
4. Youtube has a Billion Users Per Month
YouTube now has more than a billion unique users every single month.
Youtube announced on their blog this week that they've hit a billion unique users per month. What do they say a billion people tuning into YouTube looks like? well basically it means that an incredible one out of every two people on the Internet visits YouTube.
When you know that if YouTube was a country, it’d be the third largest in the world after China and India...you kind of get an idea.
5. The Universe is Older Than We Thought
An amazing new map of light reveals patterns which scientists say confirm that it all began with a Big Bang. Today we've gotten a little bit closer to learning about how the universe came to be.
sources: 1) guardian.co.uk 2) psfk.com 3) mashable.com 4) youtube.com 5) telegraph.co.uk