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Twitter Reportedly Planning To Kill Its #Music Service

Twitter Reportedly Planning To Kill Its #Music Service

Twitter’s #music service has enabled people to discover music based on the activity of the people and bands they follow. But now it’s been reported that Twitter is planning to kill that #music service.

By On October 20, 2013 Respond
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Google Will Now Use Your Profile Name, Photo In Ads

Google Will Now Use Your Profile Name, Photo In Ads

Google has recently updated its ‘Terms of Service.’ As part of the update, the search giant can now make use of your profile name and photo in advertisements pitched to your friends and family online. Some are calling it a privacy nightmare, although Google insists it isn’t so.

By On October 12, 2013 Respond
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Facebook: You Can No Longer Be Unsearchable By Name

Facebook: You Can No Longer Be Unsearchable By Name

For long, Facebook has offered the users with the option of being unsearchable by name. If you had activated the feature, no other user could look you up by searching your name. Now, however, the social network is eliminating the very option. In other words, you can no longer be unsearchable on Facebook.

By On October 11, 2013 Respond
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President Obama Should Visit Apple Store To Have The US Government Repaired

President Obama Should Visit Apple Store To Have The US Government Repaired

Since the US government is still ‘shut down’ due to the deadlock on budgetary details, jokes on the subject continue to crop on. College Humor has now taken its turn on the issue and created a hilarious video about it. The video shows Obama visiting an Apple Store and going to the Genius Bar to have his government ‘fixed.’

By On October 8, 2013 Respond
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[Video] Facebook Home Update Adds Instagram, Tumblr Or Flickr Feed To Lock Screen

[Video] Facebook Home Update Adds Instagram, Tumblr Or Flickr Feed To Lock Screen

Facebook has brought an update to its “Facebook Home” and now has added more content to its lock screen. The social networking company is now integrating Flickr, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Instagram with its Android launcher for more user engagement.

By On October 8, 2013 Respond
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T-shirt Designed To Fool Facebook Auto-tagging

T-shirt Designed To Fool Facebook Auto-tagging

Ever heard of a T-shirt that’s designed to fool Facebook auto-tagging? I’m quiet sure, you didn’t, but now you are about to hear that. Designer Simone C. Niquille has designed a T-shirt called Realface Glamoflage that can confuse Facebook algorithms and hence can fool Facebook auto-tagging.

By On October 6, 2013 Respond
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Enjoying Facebook Graph Search? Better Review Your Facebook Privacy Settings Again

Enjoying Facebook Graph Search? Better Review Your Facebook Privacy Settings Again

The problem with Facebook was it was really tough to find something within its massive content. But thanks to Facebook for launching Facebook Graph Search, a tool that allows users to search their friends’ photos and likes with ease. However, after the update of last Monday, Facebook Graph Search has become more powerful than earlier. So you better review your privacy settings again.

By On October 6, 2013 Respond
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The Faces Of Facebook: 1.2 Billion Facebook Profile Pictures At One Place

The Faces Of Facebook: 1.2 Billion Facebook Profile Pictures At One Place

Facebook has a huge population, going well beyond the mark of 1 billion. It is hard to visualize this number, let alone try to imagine how many people it denotes. However, an ambitious project called ‘The Faces of Facebook’ has now endeavored to do this by presenting the display pictures of all Facebook users in one, huge grid.

By On September 30, 2013 Respond
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Google Decides To Pay Users For Their Unused Google Offers

Google Decides To Pay Users For Their Unused Google Offers

Google has revealed that it will soon be refunding the unused Google Offers of its customers. The move hints how the search giant intends to take forth its local deals platform.

By On September 26, 2013 Respond
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Pinterest Now Offers Article Pins

Pinterest Now Offers Article Pins

Users usually tend to share such photos or videos on Pinterest which carry a certain visual appeal. Pinterest, too, started off as a showcase for such content. But now, the social network has been updated to allow for proper ‘article pins’, which will allow the sharing of articles and come with a quick summary of relevant information.

By On September 25, 2013 Respond
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Family Home Of Steve Jobs To Be Turned Into Historical Site

Family Home Of Steve Jobs To Be Turned Into Historical Site

It can be claimed, without any dispute, that Steve Jobs is perhaps the most well-known tech personality of our modern-day digital world. In a tribute to the tech genius who curated some of the most popular tech products, Steve Jobs’ home will be converted into a historical site.

By On September 24, 2013 1 Response
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Customers Launch Lawsuit, Allege LinkedIn Hacks Email Addresses

Customers Launch Lawsuit, Allege LinkedIn Hacks Email Addresses

A group of LinkedIn users have now launched a lawsuit against the company, claiming that LinkedIn hacks into the external email accounts of its users. This, these angry customers allege, is done to gain the contacts lists of the users.

By On September 22, 2013 Respond
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Finally Apple’s CEO Tim Cook Joined Twitter, Tweeted First Time

Finally Apple’s CEO Tim Cook Joined Twitter, Tweeted First Time

You will find Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue and its Senior Vice President Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller, who have joined the social network Twitter long ago, but it was Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, who had abstained himself from joining Twitter for a long time.. But now, Tim Cook has finally joined Twitter using an account with the name of @Tim_Cook and he has tweeted for the first time about his visit to the Apple retail stores.

By On September 21, 2013 Respond
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Mark Zuckerberg Decries NSA’s PRISM Leaks And Ensuing Distrust

Mark Zuckerberg Decries NSA’s PRISM Leaks And Ensuing Distrust

The recent PRISM leaks, brought to us by Edward Snowden and exposing NSA, have also affected the standing of many major tech companies. Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has now stated that the leaks went a long way to affect the level of ‘trust’ placed by people in tech companies, including Facebook.

By On September 19, 2013 1 Response
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Court Rules Facebook Likes Protected Under First Amendment

Court Rules Facebook Likes Protected Under First Amendment

The debate that how online free speech is different from real-world right to free speech has been going on for a while. Now a U.S. court has made things a little clear by ruling that Facebook ‘Likes’ are also protected under the First Amendment.

By On September 19, 2013 Respond
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