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MIT Algorithm Can Anticipate How Popular A Photo Will Be On Social Web

MIT Algorithm Can Anticipate How Popular A Photo Will Be On Social Web

MIT PhD candidate Aditya Khosla has developed an algorithm which can predict how many views your photo will get in any social networking websites before you upload it. This algorithm will work with some social factors like how many friends/followers you have, the numbers of hash-tag and the length of the title of that photo.

By On April 26, 2014 Respond
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Pinterest Unveils Guided Search To Help You Find Just The Right Pins

Pinterest Unveils Guided Search To Help You Find Just The Right Pins

Pinterest may not make a lot of headlines but it is one of the most creative social networks out there which has grown steadily over the years. The social network has now launched ‘Guided Search’ which will help users find just the kind of pins they are looking for.

By On April 26, 2014 Respond
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WeChat Takes A Shot At Mark Zuckerberg In A New Ad

WeChat Takes A Shot At Mark Zuckerberg In A New Ad

Messaging app WeChat has taken a clever shot at Mark Zuckerberg in a new ad. The ad shows how Zuckerberg is consulting a psychiatrist to help resolve his friendship issues and how WeChat is prescribed as the perfect cure.

By On April 25, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Surpasses One Billion Mobile Users Per Month

Facebook Surpasses One Billion Mobile Users Per Month

Facebook has long been tried to mull its mobile user base in order to boost ad revenues. The company is finally succeeding as is evident in its Q1 earnings which show a huge profit growth and a mobile user base exceeding one billion users per month.

By On April 25, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Launches Newswire, Gets Down Into News Business

Facebook Launches Newswire, Gets Down Into News Business

Facebook launched its Paper app a while ago, apparently as an attempt to enter the news business. While the app hasn’t exactly been successful, the social network is now launching a Newswire which will do breaking news.

By On April 25, 2014 Respond
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Google Chrome Brings ‘Project Naptha’ Extension – Lets You Erase Text Inside Any Image On The Web

Google Chrome Brings ‘Project Naptha’ Extension – Lets You Erase Text Inside Any Image On The Web

Google has made an amazing extension called Project Naptha for its web browser that lets users copy and erase text inside any image they find on the web! Project Naptha is available now for free via the official website or Google’s Chrome Web Store.

By On April 25, 2014 Respond
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Twitter’s New Profiles Finally Available For Everyone, Gets Yours Now

Twitter’s New Profiles Finally Available For Everyone, Gets Yours Now

We have been reporting about a redesign of the Twitter Profiles. After a beta rollout to a limited number of viewers, Twitter has finally made the new Profiles available for everyone. To activate your new profile, read the instructions below.

By On April 23, 2014 Respond
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FireEye Discovers A Critical Security Vulnerability In Android

FireEye Discovers A Critical Security Vulnerability In Android

The security firm FireEye has spotted a critical vulnerability in Android. The vulnerability allows a seemingly benign app with normal permissions to create fake app icons and route users to malicious sites.

By On April 19, 2014 Respond
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Rethinking Digital Security After The Heartbleed Bug

Rethinking Digital Security After The Heartbleed Bug

The Heartbleed bug that recently wrapped the internet in a whirl of massive security vulnerabilities, hints that it’s time for us to rethink digital security. Below are a few possibilities as to where the digital security is headed in the future, and where it should be headed.

By On April 19, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Launched Friend-tracking Feature Named ‘Nearby Friends’

Facebook Launched Friend-tracking Feature Named ‘Nearby Friends’

Every now and then, social media giant Facebook releases new features. Yesterday, Facebook launched Nearby Friends feature which will share a user’s nearby location with all his/her Facebook friends.

By On April 18, 2014 Respond
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Twitter Raises A Storm Over Steve Ballmer Using An iPhone

Twitter Raises A Storm Over Steve Ballmer Using An iPhone

The former CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, has been at the heart of a mini Twitter storm recently. A fake account with his name apparently sent out a tweet from an iPhone. And that didn’t sit well with the Windows Phone camp.

By On April 18, 2014 Respond
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Yahoo Plans To Replace Google As The Default iOS Search Engine

Yahoo Plans To Replace Google As The Default iOS Search Engine

Google and Apple are often touted as bitter rivals. But the world is more complex than that, and both firms also have deals with each other in place. Yahoo plans to disrupt one of these deals, aiming to replace Google as the default iOS search engine.

By On April 18, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Gears Up To Roll Out An E-Money Service

Facebook Gears Up To Roll Out An E-Money Service

Being the largest online social network with more than 1 billion users, Facebook is always looking for more ways of leveraging this audience. Reports now have it that the company is now planning to roll out its very own e-money service.

By On April 18, 2014 Respond
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Thieves Using Tiny Cameras To Steal Credit-Card Info From NYC Subway

Thieves Using Tiny Cameras To Steal Credit-Card Info From NYC Subway

At present, thieves have become smart too. Lately, it’s been reported that some clever thieves are now using tiny cameras to steal credit card info from NYC subway.

By On April 14, 2014 Respond
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Facebook’s News Feed To Punish Pages That Ask For Likes Or Share

Facebook’s News Feed To Punish Pages That Ask For Likes Or Share

Last month, Facebook unveiled a new outlook for its News Feed. But Facebook has found that almost its every users’ News Feed is filled with a lot of spams. Therefore, now Facebook has decided to punish those pages that ask for ‘Like’ or ‘Share’.

By On April 13, 2014 Respond
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