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Pinterest Starts Supporting GIFs For Web Users, Mobile Support Coming Soon

Pinterest Starts Supporting GIFs For Web Users, Mobile Support Coming Soon

Until quite recently, if you tried to pin a GIF on one of the Pinterest boards, it would automatically turn into a static photo. Now, Pinterest has finally rolled out support for GIFs on the web version, allowing you to pin moving, dynamic images.

By On January 24, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Newsfeed Will Now Contain More Updates From Friends, Fewer From Pages

Facebook Newsfeed Will Now Contain More Updates From Friends, Fewer From Pages

Facebook keeps changing its content algorithms in line with the feedback from its users. The social network has now tweaked the Newsfeed content so that it will contain more text-based status updates from friends, and fewer of these from Facebook Pages.

By On January 23, 2014 Respond
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Google Glass User Arrested, Mistreated By Federal Agents At AMC Movie Theater

Google Glass User Arrested, Mistreated By Federal Agents At AMC Movie Theater

When it comes to conventional Hollywood entities, it seems that they know very little of technology. A Google Glass user was recently arrested and detained for hours at an AMC movie theater recently, simply because he was wearing the gadget.

By On January 23, 2014 Respond
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A Girl’s Revelation Of Awaiting Death In Twitter Was Heartbreaking

A Girl’s Revelation Of Awaiting Death In Twitter Was Heartbreaking

Earlier we’ve seen a man posting ‘I’m about to get shot’ on Facebook and gets shot immediately. But this time, a girl named Amanda revealed on Twitter that she was dying and her final messages were heartbreaking.

By On January 21, 2014 Respond
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Kim Dotcom Unveils Baboom, A New Music Streaming Service

Kim Dotcom Unveils Baboom, A New Music Streaming Service

After MegaUpload was taken down, it briefly appeared that this was it for Kim Dotcom. But not only has he fought back against his illegal arrest, he continues to create more awesome services. This time, he is gearing up to launch a new music streaming service called Baboom.

By On January 21, 2014 Respond
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U.S. President Obama Thinks Facebook Isn’t Cool Anymore

U.S. President Obama Thinks Facebook Isn’t Cool Anymore

To many people, Facebook is “cool.” But if you ask anyone over the age of 30 if Facebook is cool or not, chances are the answer you will hear is “No.” Even U.S. President Barack Obama thinks Facebook isn’t cool anymore.

By On January 18, 2014 Respond
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Twitter Considers Creating A Marketplace Similar To Square Market

Twitter Considers Creating A Marketplace Similar To Square Market

Until now, Twitter has heavily focused on generating revenue through advertising. And while that is going fairly well, the company now aims to diversify the profits by considering a marketplace on its platform, somewhat similar to Square Market.

By On January 17, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Announced To Kill Sponsored Stories By April 9

Facebook Announced To Kill Sponsored Stories By April 9

Facebook launched ‘Sponsored Stories’ in 2011. Sponsored Stories are a type of ad unit that appear on a user’s news feed when a friend engages with a certain brand that pays for the exposure. However, lately, Facebook has announced that it will kill the Sponsored Stories by April.

By On January 11, 2014 Respond
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Burger King Encourages Fans To Dislike Its Facebook Page, Gives Free Big Macs In Return

Burger King Encourages Fans To Dislike Its Facebook Page, Gives Free Big Macs In Return

These days, most of the companies take social media to be a game of numbers. Get that many likes, this many followers and you will be all set. But Burger King’s Norway unit decided to take an entirely different approach by asking fans to unlike its Facebook page.

By On January 10, 2014 Respond
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Snapchat Finally Apologizes, Offers Opt-Out Option For ‘Find Friends’ Feature

Snapchat Finally Apologizes, Offers Opt-Out Option For ‘Find Friends’ Feature

It was recently reported how Snapchat ran into a PR disaster when the phone numbers and usernames of its 4.6 million users were leaked online. The company has now apologized, offering an opt-out option to avoid a similar debacle in the future.

By On January 10, 2014 Respond
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71% Of US Online Adults Use Facebook, Other Social Networks Lag Behind

71% Of US Online Adults Use Facebook, Other Social Networks Lag Behind

Social networks have come to be a critically important part of our online lives. A Pew study now suggests that Facebook is the overwhelmingly popular social network among online adults in the U.S., with 71% of them using the service.

By On December 31, 2013 Respond
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Steve Jobs’ Biographer Uses Online Crowdsourcing To Edit A Follow-Up Book

Steve Jobs’ Biographer Uses Online Crowdsourcing To Edit A Follow-Up Book

When Walter Isaacson penned down Steve Jobs’ biography, many contested portions of the book citing factual inaccuracies. Apparently to remedy this, Isaacson has launched an online crowdsourcing effort to edit his next book.

By On December 30, 2013 Respond
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Study Says New Algorithm Change In Facebook Has Damaged Numerous Facebook Pages

Study Says New Algorithm Change In Facebook Has Damaged Numerous Facebook Pages

Earlier this December, Facebook updated its News Feed ranking algorithm with the goal of showing users more relevant content in their News Feeds. A study says, this new algorithm change in Facebook has damaged numerous Facebook pages.

By On December 26, 2013 Respond
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My Social Book Lets You Turn Your Facebook Timeline Into An Actual Book!

My Social Book Lets You Turn Your Facebook Timeline Into An Actual Book!

Are you afraid of losing or forgetting all of the information that you shared on your Facebook timeline? Then turn your Facebook Timeline into an actual book via My Social Book.

By On December 24, 2013 Respond
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TIME Awarded David Guttenfelder As ‘Instagram Photographer Of The Year’

TIME Awarded David Guttenfelder As ‘Instagram Photographer Of The Year’

Time has announced the name of Instagram Photographer of the Year and Associated Press’ chief Asia photographer David Guttenfelder. His Instagram feed is undoubtedly unique because of her Associated Press job which let him unprecedented access to any place where any ordinary citizen is not allowed in North Korea.

By On December 22, 2013 Respond
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