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Twitter Wants to Copy Snapchat Feature

Twitter

Twitter is reportedly working on a feature similar to what’s seen on Snapchat that would let users easily share photos and videos on the micro-blogging site. A Bloomberg report, citing sources familiar with the initiative, said Twitter “has a working demo of the camera-centered product.” The design has not been …

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Google Chrome Now Lets You Mute Those Annoying Autoplay Ads on Sites

Google Mute

What’s one of the things you hate while browsing the Internet? It’s those super annoying autoplay ads that appear on whatever site you visit, right? Well, Google has fixed that for Google Chrome users via an update released on Wednesday. (Read: Google Is Working on Bringing AR to Chrome with …

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Instagram Tests Text-Only Clips

Instagram

There is no stopping Instagram from tweaking its features. The photo and video-sharing platform owned by Facebook is testing a text-only clip feature called “Type” for Stories as an alternative to sharing photos and videos. (Read: How to Use Instagram Stories Like a Pro) The feature was first spotted by …

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Google Chrome Parental Control Will Be Shut Down and Replaced

Google Chrome Parental Control

Attention parents, if your kid is using Google Chrome to go on the Internet, be sure to supervise him as your child browses the Web. Google has announced that the parental control features on Chrome would be “deprecated” effective today, January 12, and would be replaced with new software later …

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Samsung Galaxy S9 to Hit the Market in February

Samsung Galaxy

Many of those attending this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas had expected Samsung to launch the Galaxy S8 successor at the yearly tech event. It turned out that the Samsung Galaxy S9 was not going to be unveiled at the CES. (Read: CES 2018: Samsung Galaxy S9 …

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Facebook Continues Its War vs. Fake News

Fake News

With the advent of social media, one of the problems that have cropped up is the proliferation of fake news. Social networks and even some countries are actively engaged in a fight to keep false news from being published and spread. France, for example, is looking at coming up with …

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Tired of Your Wired Earpieces? Try These Bluetooth Earbuds

Bluetooth Earbuds

For many of us, it’s back to the gym to shed off the unwanted pounds we gained from the parties we attended during the holiday season. However, you want to get rid of your pair of wired earpieces or headphone that gets in the way of your workout routine. You …

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Apple Investors Urged to Help Parents Control Their Kids’ Phone Usage

iPhone use

How often and how long should a kid use his or her smartphone? That is one question that has often been asked by parents. (Read: Every Parent Who Gives Their Kid an iPhone Should Make Their Kid Follow These 18 Rules) Two Apple investors – Jana Partners LLC and the …

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Apple Says Sorry for iPhone Battery Issue

iPhone Battery

Apple has apologized to iPhone users for the slow performance of their device with older batteries but denied intentionally shortening the lifespan of any of the company’s products. In a message on its website, the company said: “We’ve been hearing feedback from our customers about the way we handle performance …

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