Rob Riches

Rob Riches is the Social Media Journalist Intern for Bad Rhino, as well as a senior at Cabrini College. At Cabrini, Rob serves as the Operations Manager for the school's radio station, 89.1 WYBF-FM (where he hosts a weekly show), and also as a Resident Assistant. In his spare time, Rob enjoys watching the Philadelphia sports teams and hanging out with friends and family.

Rob has written 61 awesome articles.

#AmazonCart: Amazon Allows Shopping Cart Additions Via Twitter

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Amazon and Twitter unveiled a joint new feature that allows users to add products to their Amazon shopping cart through a tweet. As long as one has their Amazon and Twitter accounts synced, they can reply with #AmazonCart to any tweet that features a link to a product from the online retailer. “Add it now, […]

Snapchat Adds Chat Function

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Snapchat released a new function allowing users to alternatively chat with each other via text – or as the blog post announcing the release said, “putting the Chat into Snapchat.” Swiping to the right on a friend’s name in the app allows chats to happen. One caveat, however, is that messages will be deleted once […]

Twitter Unrolls Substantial Design Rivaling Facebook, G+


The new design that Twitter was testing in February has been unrolled to user profiles starting Tuesday, according to Mashable. The new design boats a plethora of new features, and is similar in appearance to rivals Facebook and Google Plus. User profile and header photos are expanded, with the profile being relocated to the top […]

Facebook Tests New Profile Picture Feature


Facebook is testing a new “Make Profile Picture” button to a select group of users, according to a report by’s David Cohen. The button would appear above and along with the “Tag Photo,” “Add Location” and “Edit” buttons on users’ photos. Clicking would automatically open the profile picture cropping tool, and would allow the […]

Twitter Announces Photo Tagging Update for Mobile Devices


Twitter announced a major update Wednesday, as the social network will now allow both tagging of photos and including up to four photos in a single tweet. “We’re rolling out two new mobile features that make photos on Twitter more social,” software engineer Cesar Puerta said in a blog post announcing the update. Up to […]