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WhatsApp is widely rolling out a handy feature, in which you can mute your videos before sharing them with others or putting them up as a status story

Recently, WhatsApp has seen the migration of people from its platform to other platforms because of privacy issues. Therefore, WhatsApp is continuously working hard on different features to retain its users on its platform. Currently, WhatsApp is rolling out a feature in which you Android users can mute their videos before sharing them in a…
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Twitter receives backlash from its users being unhappy with the upcoming paid tweet feature

An #RIPTwitter hashtag is trending on the social platform since the company has announced its new upcoming feature, Super Follows. The company made the announcement of this feature in its recent virtual Analyst Day event in which the company shed light on how the following year is likely going to be for Twitter. Amidst other…
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Most Child abuse images are reported on Facebook than any other social media platform in the year 2020

Facebook has billions of active users monthly in which most of the users are teenagers who use this platform on their parent’s mobile phones or some of them have their own phones. Most of them don’t even know how to maintain their privacy and share their videos and images with other friends. Unfortunately, in the…
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The Google Web Recorder app is now live and it transcribes audio files uploaded form a Pixel phone

The Google Pixel smartphones are loved by everyone that has used it till now. All the phones that have been released yet are best known for their camera results. One of the most awaited feature from the Google Pixel smartphones was the voice recording app. Google Recorder Web app is currently available on web through…
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Facebook is considering over the idea to include facial recognition feature in their smart glasses but this won’t be rolled out if their consumers aren’t satisfied with the idea

Face recognition to unlock phones and apps have been a huge favor by the person coming up with this idea as it has saved many of us in emergency situations. Keeping this in mind, having the feature of facial recognition is on the works these days at the Facebook headquarters. Facebook announced earlier this year…
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The 10 types of YouTube video your small business needs right now (infographic)

Marketing is a game of priorities for small business owners. You only have a finite amount of money, time and resource available for getting your products or services out there, so it’s no surprise that some elements get missed out. Video is one of these, with just 9% of small businesses in the USA currently…
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Survey Reveals 6 in 10 Consumers Rely On User-Generated Content For Purchase Decisions

There is a new report out there that is ranking user-generated content very highly as according to it, photos taken by other customers now play a major role in influencing the potential customers to take buy the product. As stated in the eMarketer report, 62% of consumers have admitted that in order to check out…
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Twitter is planning to roll out a new safety-mode feature, from which users will be able to autoblock and mute those accounts which are abusive

During an Analyst day presentation, Twitter has revealed that it is planning to introduce an anti-troll feature which is called safety-mode. Many people are worried about abusive accounts which are made to troll other people. Every single day, people create new accounts which are abusive, in order to troll and bother other people. With the…
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Facebook’s response to its Oversight Board’s recommendations and rulings has finally come, and it is more satisfactory than expected

Facebook is quite notorious and has often been frowned upon for its relaxed content moderation policies. To overcome this issue, Facebook formed an Oversight Board of twenty members including highly dignified and well-known people from different fields of life. The board was set up in 2019, but it started hearing cases in October 2020. Anyone…
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Engagement data on Instagram revealed brands are posting more Stories than ever but reach is dropping

2020 will forever be the year that will be remembered not only for the global Coronavirus pandemic but also for the many things different social media platforms were able to achieve. We got to see each one of these platforms putting their best out here and also being a huge helping hand during the pandemic.…
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Twitter Sets New Goals to Increase Revenue and User Growth

Twitter has big plans for the future. Ahead of this year’s virtual investor day, Twitter has announced that this year onwards they will be focusing on three main long term goals that they will accomplish which are user base and revenue growth, and a faster pace of shipping new features across its platform. The company…
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Twitter announced a Super Follow Subscription feature, from which creators can charge for exclusive tweets

Twitter has announced a couple of features at its annual analyst day event, the feature which got the attention was the Super Follows subscription. This feature will help the creator to earn a handsome amount through this platform. Creator will charge from followers through monetization for exclusive tweets and content. Those who followed and paid…
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Twitter is working on a business profile pilot in the recent update of the web app

Twitter is a real-time microblogging platform and one the most popular social media platform in the world with millions of active users. From hashtags and pinned tweets to Twitter lists, there are many more on this platform. with the right marketing plan, many businesses can use this platform to create successful social media campaigns to…
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Microsoft Allows Pinterest Pins to Be Embedded in Word or OneNote

There have been a lot of introductions related to software’s collaborating with other software’s in creating a feature which never really made sense. Well, not making sense is a big word to it let us just say that those features never really portrayed actual use to the public. One such feature is the newly introduced…
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Google Search App’s Read Aloud Feature Now Has Multiple Accents

In an attempt to make their services a bit more accessible to a wider range of people, Google ended up creating a feature that enabled users to have articles on Google News as well as any general web page read aloud to you. This is the sort of thing that many people have received rather…
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Misinformation Still Massive Problem on Social Media, New Report Reveals

A recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center has revealed that misinformation on social media does not appear to be going anywhere anytime soon. The research center conducted 10 surveys of around 9000 Americans in total, and it turns out that 18% of adults currently residing in the US get their news mainly from…
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The Hidden Black Market of Social Media Accounts

When you think of online black markets, you are probably going to think of places that sell weapons, narcotics as well as a wide range of illicit services. While these products and services are definitely popular on the dark web and its various criminal marketplaces, there is another commodity that has proven to be massively…
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You’ll Be Shocked How Much Data Apps Collect Without Your Permission

The fact that a lot of apps harvest user data and information has been the source of much controversy because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up compromising the level of safety that users would ideally want to be able to take advantage of while surfing the…
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Telegram has introduced a whole bunch of features for its users in the app’s new beta update v7.5.0

Telegram is a social media app that was launched in August of 2013 but the app gained most popularity in the beginning of 2021 when Whatsapp announced its new privacy features that included the app and Facebook getting every data and media of its users that caused quite uproar everywhere in the world. The app…
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Twitter’s New Hacking Labels, what it Means and How Were They Hacked?

Twitter users just noticed a new change in Twitter. As of February 20th 2021, Twitter started putting some warning labels under some tweets. The warning label states that the following tweet may be obtained through hacking based on the content or link it carries. The warning label first appeared on a tweet by an independent…
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With the help of the new feature of Oculus Quest, you can mark your real couch in VR

A new Oculus Quest inflates the headsets Guardian mode by allowing you to mark your actual couch as an object that you can see in VR, the guardian is a safety feature that will allow you to draw lines in the environment that act as a simulated borderline. And here in VR, you get when…
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YouTube has taken on the initiative to introduce supervised accounts for parents to look over and control the type of content their kids can watch on the platform

No doubt, the media world has progressed a lot in recent years. With everyone having some sort of gadget in their hands from kids to old people, and the much available content on the internet related to everything, one needs to make sure that everything that is viewed is according to their age requirements. A…
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TikTok removed over 89 million videos and 15.6 million accounts from its social network in H2 2020

In the past few months, TikTok has been accused of displaying content that is not appropriate for young users. After which immediate action was taken by the owners of the platform. In this week’s update, TikTok has released the latest transparency report data as it had to go through difficulties because of the allegations. The report…
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Google Docs Will Soon Be Getting a Comments Filter

If you have ever ended up participating in any kind of Google Doc that was being edited in a collaborative manner, you would be well aware that the comments that end up getting left can often be rather chaotic and difficult to make sense of. Because of the fact that this is the sort of…
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Facebook has decided to remove its ban on Australia as the new law proposed by the Government involved the tech giant to pay local publishers for their news content

We have always seen Facebook have the upper hand no matter on what situation it gets indulged in. Facebook always finds a way around. The American-based multinational company some while ago, put a ban on Australia from sharing news on the social media platform and decided to remove news Pages due to the disagreement after…
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On its 12th anniversary, WhatsApp claims it handles more than 1 billion calls each day

WhatsApp has been on number one in instant messaging apps for many years. The Facebook-owned company celebrated its 12th anniversary while revealing that it manages more than 1 billion calls every day. It’s been 12 years since WhatsApp has been launched and it continues to grow even more every passing day. Back in 2009 in…
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Mobile Market Forecast Report Predicts The App Spending To Go Up To $270 Billion Till 2025

Can you imagine living without apps? While the answer to this would most probably be a “no” from the majority, a new study by Sensor Tower has predicted that the ad spending will go up to $270 billion by the year 2025 and this figure does include paid downloads, in-app purchases, and subscriptions. Furthermore, the…
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Snippets Might Be Getting Phased Out of Google Search

Snippets have become a mainstay when it comes to Google search, and many people have started to rely on them as a way to obtain the information that they are looking for quickly without having to click several links and read through entire articles on a regular basis. With all of that having been said…
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Snapchat conducted a research that depicts their audience’s response towards the video content that gets featured in the app

Snapchat was first launched in 2011, and it has been everyone’s favorite since then. Snapchat was the first app ever to introduce the sharing of snaps in the form of photos and videos with everyone. Multiple apps took on this feature into their own apps as well but no one has been able to beat…
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The Americas and Africa Have the Poorest Internet Service Despite it Being the Most Expensive

Today, having a stable internet connection is a must. However, when one pays a significant amount to get poor connectivity, the problem arises. Studies show that certain areas in the US must pay as much as $7 per megabit. And it turns out that the worst internet in the world is also quite expensive. Surfshark…
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TikTok Gets New Updates Relating To Ad Content As Well As Products On The Platform

TikTok has prepared a set of updates, revolving around the personalization of ad content relating to user accounts, as well as the addition of a new Products tab to the Favorites menu. Matt Navarra’s keen eye has been at it again, as the social media app researcher points out not one but two separate additions…
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Google Pixel Phone Crash Detection Feature Saves a Life

Mobile phones and smart watches are known to provide you some medical assistance, like calculating your pulse rate or how many steps you have taken in a day in case you want to focus on fitness or simply hold a count of your nutrient intake, but have you ever heard a smart phone saving a…
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Facebook’s Attempts to Stop Covid-19 Conspiracy Theories Have Failed Miserably

One thing that has ended up generating massive amounts of criticism for social media platforms in general has to do with the fact that many of these platforms have ended up becoming hubs for misinformation and the like. This has become even more apparent over the past year because of the fact that this is…
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LinkedIn has added some new tools for company pages including content recommendations, facilitating employee’s advocacy, audience data gathering, and boosting up organic promotion

LinkedIn has added new tools for company pages to boost up the organic promotion and tried to connect them with more employees through such pages. You will now see it for the first time ‘My company Tab’ in your company tab in which can find the suggestions, ideas list. You will now be available to…
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Facebook and Instagram’s Cross Messaging Feature and What Does It Do?

Facebook has come a long way and now holds a really large empire under its name. While Facebook is a social media app itself, it has now acquired and merged social medias like Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp under its name but that is not all Facebook has merged. While Facebook previously has brought a lot…
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Google Search Bar Sees Potential New Update, Allowing Auto-Complete Results To Become Instantly Viewable By Scrolling Upwards

Google is currently testing out a new feature with its Search engine across mobile devices. The update seems to be a potential way to view auto-complete search results by scrolling upwards, while having them go away when scrolling downwards. Let’s immediately dissect the features at hand, since there isn’t much introduction Google Search requires. It’s…
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Facebook is expanding its Shop feature in Canada and UK

Online shopping is what has become the new normal since Covid began; had there been no E-commerce shops, all of the businesses might have drowned. Online shops are lifesavers, I must say. From being non-existent to becoming a hot topic, Online shopping has attracted a huge number of customers from all over the globe. Statistics…
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Google Maps is finally rolling out the dark theme for Android users along with other new features, globally

The dark theme has been loved by every single one of us. Google has been rolling out this feature for some of its apps since 2019, it was testing the dark theme feature for Google Maps since September of 2020 and now this feature will finally soon get released for Android users globally! However same…
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Facebook took another step to intensify the fight against child abuse by introducing new tools

Facebook is a giant social media platform that has always tried to minimize showing any type of content on its platform that can hurt the users’ self-respect or negatively affect the users in any way. Lately, Facebook seemed to intensify the importance of fighting against the content that promotes child abuse and has introduced new…
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Apple has introduced additional guidance for App Store privacy labels to give the developers a better understanding of what is required when filling out the data collection revelations

As many people are concerned regarding their data collections by different apps and they are right because there have been many cases in which the privacy of the users has been manipulated by developers. Further, users want to know that whether the apps which are collecting the data of users are trusted or not? How…
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Google to release a whole bunch of updates for Android users including the most awaited pre-scheduling of text messages and the new ‘Password Checkup’ feature

Google has a lot in store for Android users this year; especially in the spring season as it announces new features for the users, this week the tech giant announced that a whole bunch of features are on the works for Android. This will be including a full new password checkup tool, pre scheduling of…
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YouTube has announced its latest slate of original programming for YouTube kids

It is the generation where children have grown up online, and where they go to learn, socialize, and connect with other friends. Every family has a different approach to using technology, access to the internet, and set their digital ground rules. YouTube has spent a lot in protecting the kids and families as YouTube recently…
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Twitter releases the latest report detailing the top growing trends on the social network

To get the maximum advantage of the platform, marketers need to leverage the rising trends of the social media platforms. To optimize the use of any app, a general survey is important to get to know about the app, the reason why people are going crazy on one single platform, and how one can get…
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Google Chrome Working Towards a Possible Google Reader Inspired Feature

Chrome is without any doubt one of the most used browser on mobile phones used by people from all around the globe to search their queries or to keep up with the latest trends and information. Considering this, Google brings about changes in Chrome every now and then so that the space is easier to…
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Spotify Working on Machine Learning to Aid Podcast Discovery

Spotify is a company that has managed to make a name for itself by enabling people to get much easier access to the content that might have truly mattered to them at any point. This means that the company needs to work on ways in which it can introduce people to more new content because…
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Nearly 7 in 10 People Want Robots to Manage their Finances Instead of Humans (infographic)

It goes without saying that the COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to be extra careful with how we spend our money. But the problem is that people are not ready to trust someone with their hard-earned money. However, they are ready to trust “something” and that something is artificial intelligence. According to research conducted by…
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DoubleVerify releases a report that marks the effects many horrific incidents from last year caused all around

Last year in 2020 the world witnessed many challenges that were completely unimaginable. Out of the many things which we never thought we will have to experience was living in a global pandemic. COVID-19 did a lot to completely change our lives, some for the best and some for the worst. Many brands had to…
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New Google App Voice Tests Suggest Assistant Won’t Be Replacing Voice Search Anytime Soon

For better or for worse, Google has been trying rather hard to make sure that it has bundled up as many of its features as possible. This is being done because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up taking some of the older offerings that Google has…
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iPhone is at top of the of list best-selling smartphone in the world according to the stats of Q4 2020

Apple company has maintained its standard not only in privacy but also in the performance of the phone, therefore this smartphone has not become a status symbol for people. Despite high prices of this smartphone brand, the sale of this phone is increasing day by day and this smartphone has reached to number 1 spot…
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Starlink Internet Speeds to Double in 2021, Says Elon Musk

Elon Musk has been climbing rather rapidly in terms of his influence within the tech industry as well as the world in general. His biggest company right now apart from Tesla, and the company that is receiving the most good press these days, is SpaceX, and while the main focus of this company has more…
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Google has finally updated the Gmail app with App Privacy labels

Good news for iOS users as Google, the multinational technology company quietly adds App privacy labels to the Gmail app on the Apple App Store. Gmail App Privacy disclosed that the app will be using the user’s location for Google listing user ID, user content and contacts as information to be shared with a third…
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Twitter’s

Twitter launched the beta model of the ‘review before you tweet’ feature on iOS last year in May 2020 which was made to help the users to take another look at and review the message before sending t to anyone. Later in August, the feature was opened for the Android users as well but the…
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Cybercriminals are continuously changing their ways for attacks through a new phishing scam which is capable of bypassing old-style URL defense

Cybercriminals are continuously trying new ways to trick you so that they cannot get detected by security researchers. Many people are unfortunately becoming the victims of such criminals, now through a new phishing scam, which is basically a fraudulent game of deception by which the attacker gets your sensitive information such as username, passwords, credit…
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Apple Is About To Make iPhone’s Security Impenetrable For Hackers

Apple’s new security technique in iOS 14.5 version has been made to be almost impossible for nation-states hackers to hack the iPhones. Being the world’s biggest smartphone making company and now the largest phone-selling company from October 2020 till December 2020 by selling over 80 million iPhones in just three months. After the launch of…
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Microsoft supports ‘Australian-Style’ laws on news content for the payment of publishers, allies with the EU against the big tech companies

As Facebook and Google announced during the COVID-19 pandemic to make payments to Australian publishers through their platforms. Microsoft company wants to take advantage internationally. Microsoft company announced it on Monday that it is standing with the four major European publishers’ lobbying groups that support Australian-style legislation on news content so that the publishers get…
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Clubhouse in hot water after major data loss

In the past years, Clubhouse has been an emerging social audio platform. But in recent months, with the significant rise of online streaming app zoom, Clubhouse has faced a downfall. The rapid growth of the zoom app has led to increased criticism of its processes and some of the major vulnerabilities came forward that needs…
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Facebook will restore the pages in Australia that is restricted, after an agreement with the government

Facebook has now agreed to restore all the pages which it restricted a few days ago after a favorable deal with the government. The government agreed to a number of changes addressed concerns about the Facebook relationship with publishers specifically rather than take to account commercial deals that digital platforms may have already made with…
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Under Screen Camera’s for iPhone? Not Anytime Soon

With new and more advanced phones coming out in the market year after year, mobile phone companies want to try new and more unique methods and designs for their phones. One such thought was to remove the front facing camera from the top of the screen in order to make the screen bigger than usual…
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Bill Gates passes his remarks over the social media platforms permanent user ban

Social media platforms are the space for different people to create and express their opinions freely. This makes majority of the people unite towards one goal and also allow people to understand the different point of views on various topics. It even can solve many conflicts between people by allowing them to pass their point…
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In the upcoming updates of Chrome, the top priority of Google will be to improve the performance with less RAM usage

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the usage of web browsers has increased up to the great extent, because people work from home, send their emails, important office files, attending their meetings, and many other tasks at the same time which can usage your RAM a lot, at a result the performance is slow. And it appears…
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Samsung, OnePlus, Huawei, Which Android Smartphone Manufacturer aggressively kill background apps to save battery life?

Samsung is world-renowned company with a variety of Android devices that it has launched in the last decade, the Android 11 based one UI 3.1 update with various features and its design improvements to its expensive devices like Galaxy S20, Note 20, Fold 2, Z Flip is also the best job Samsung has done. The…
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Analysis of Social Media Engagement of 14 Different Industries Across Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter Reveals Some Fascinating Stats

Analysts at the RivalIQ recently published a collection of metrics and charts, highlighting benchmarks for 14 different industries across social media in 2021. Buckle up folks, this is going to be a deep dive. The methodology for this particular analytical article is simple to explain, while almost painstakingly arduous in practice. Researchers dissected 2 million…
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Major social media platforms bring new help programs to promote Eating Disorders Awareness

Every year, in February a National Eating Disorder Awareness (#NEDAwareness) week is commemorated to spread information among people regarding eating disorders to support the suffering ones. At some point in life, approximately 9 percent of global population is struggling with eating issues that no one talks about. To bring this in a limelight, a specific…
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Steve Huffman defends his popular social media platform and goes on claiming that Reddit has one of the best advices for investors out there

The CEO of the social media discussion and web rating platform Reddit claims that the investment advices given on the site are among the best out there. The House Committee on Financial Services looks over all the things going for the nation’s housing and financial services that include banking, insurance, securities, real estate and public…
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Text Predictions: Microsoft Word’s New Feature to Be Released In The Coming Weeks

When you are typing on Microsoft Word really fast, you generally tend to get the spelling wrong in the hurry or simply sometimes you do not know the spelling of a certain word and you spell it wrong. In both these scenarios, MS Word shows a red underline on that word and by clicking the…
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Which Were the Top Most Installed and Most Grossing Games of January 2021?

When lockdown was implemented, a lot of us had a lot of free time on our hands and with nowhere to go and confinement within our homes majority of the people switched to gaming, movies and a lot of family time. With people experimenting and trying out new games a lot of people downloaded new…
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Google Chrome is rolling out its grid layout and tab groups in a new update which is widely available now for Android users

Its been a while since Google launched support for tab groups on a desktop version which really helped to bring orders to chaos for those who were used to keep countless tabs open at the same time. Google announced back in September 2019 that is trying to add a convenient way in its Chrome browser…
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AI Content Moderation Systems Are Causing More Troubles For Social Media Users Than Ease

Can social media users and the companies governing the platforms rely on artificial intelligence for content moderations? Well in the recent past, it sounded like a fancy and promising idea, mostly because of how Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg sold it during the hearings and conferences, but after a number of complaints against the new system…
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Facebook and Instagram have come up with new features and updates that are for sure to be in much use by everyone around us

Over the past years, many popular social media platforms have really outdone themselves with coming up with new updates and features that has made the overall experiences nothing but exciting for everyone. Instagram and Facebook are the top apps that are used the most. Instagram was bought by Facebook on 2012 and the app has…
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The CEO of Apple, Tim Cook Talked About Innovation and life in a new video and is receiving much love and admiration from the people of China

Tim Cook is getting enormous amount of love and respect from China as he made an appearance in a video and talked about the different aspects of life that everyone has to face at some point or another. No matter what, each one of us has had a moment in our lives where we think…
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Google Enlightens the Public on How It Fights Fraudsters and Scammers on Google Maps

Frauds and scams are a part of every social media activity and all Tech Giants make it their business to ensure that their application is as scam and fraud free as it can get. To ensure that they have to take several measures that the general public is not aware of. We know for example,…
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Apple has finally taken a step to secure App Store from ‘rip-off’ scam apps that were tricking the iOS users to pay a large sum in the name of the subscription

Apple has finally taken a stance to crack down on such apps that were charging a high price but do not have the quality features to justify the amount they were receiving from the users. Apple values the money of its users. If Apple company thinks that a developer is charging a high price for…
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Analysis Reveals Major Problems in Twitter’s BirdWatch Misinformation Checking Program

Last month Twitter introduced a new feature on their application. The feature is called the Bird Watch Fact Checking Program. The program is currently in pilot mode and the company is testing its basic only with a grand total of one thousand users having the accessibility to it. But what is the purpose if this…
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Facebook’s New Insights Shed Light On Impact Of COVID-19 On Small Businesses

The most recent insights from Facebook are about how immensely the current COVID’19 pandemic has been affecting small and medium-sized businesses. The reprise of its state of the small business report explains much about the impact on SMB’s around the globe. The detailed report has an extensive analysis of the impact of the pandemic on…
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Deepfake Detectors Are Not As Accurate As You Think

Deepfakes have created a bit of a crisis in the world because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up making it difficult for people to be able to truly ascertain whether or not a piece of media or any kind of video that they might be looking…
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Data shows Google’s Chrome OS officially crossed Apple’s macOS in the desktop operating system with a market share of around 11 percent, whereas Apple’s market share is only at 7 percent

Almost all people are familiar with Microsoft Windows operating system because people are using it for a very long time, and it is still dominating the whole world as compared to its rivals in the market. In the area of desktops and laptops, Windows is the most common operating system installed in it. Approximately, 77…
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Consumers have shifted from big-screens to mobile, the time spent on video streaming apps hit 935 billion hours in the year 2020

During to COVID-19 situation, people have spent most of their time in video streaming. From 10 years old kid to 60 years old person, everybody wants to watch videos because it provides more entertainment than any other thing especially when you are able to watch videos anywhere on mobile. Therefore, many people have migrated from…
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Chrome Uses Up a Shocking Amount of Memory, Here’s Why

A really common complaint that quite a few people have ended up having with regards to Google Chrome is associated with the tendency of this browser to make your computer/laptop a lot slower than might have been the case otherwise. Because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end…
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Great news for Android users who want to watch the highest possible resolution videos just like iOS users, as YouTube now provides 4k HDR playback on Android

YouTube is one of the most visited search engine in the world because of different content videos that everybody wants to watch. But, is it enough to retain the traffic to this platform, now maybe not because the value of the content may be lost if it does not have a high-resolution display? Now in…
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Facebook’s WhatsApp Proceeds with Privacy Policy Update despite Losing Millions of Users, Not Accepting The Terms Will Result A Limited Version Of The App

WhatsApp is the most used messaging site on social media has over 2 billion users worldwide. And In spite of receiving immense backlash and criticism and suffering the loss of millions of users due to their recent privacy policy update, which said that WhatsApp will be able to use the users’ information and share it…
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LinkedIn’s Freelance Marketplace Platform Is Set To Provide Opportunities To All

LinkedIn has done so much effort to help people get jobs and earn money during the COVID’19 pandemic that now it is reported that they are developing a freelance marketplace platform through which people will be able to find out about, communicate with as well as pay freelancers via the platform itself. The new freelance…
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Facebook has taken a step to stop collecting sensitive health data through apps in response to an investigation of New York Department of Financial Services

New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) has now acknowledged that Facebook has finally taken some good steps to impose a policy that prevent it from collecting the sensitive data of users. Before that, Facebook was involved in collecting unauthorized data about the medical condition of people like diagnoses, blood pressure readings, and even fertility…
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Facebook is bringing some experimental features for Quest 2 headsets including multi-user support and an app sharing feature with multiple accounts

Facebook has recently announced some experimental features that it has begun rolling out for Oculus Quest 2 users. There is now going to be multiuser support available for Quest 2 headsets, and the company is experimenting with adding additional account members logged on one device too. The feature will allow the primary account holder to…
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Facebook rolls out its Climate Science Information Center in more countries to ensure that only factually correct content is posted on the social network

Facebook has often been accused of allowing people to post myths and falsified information related to climate and environmental changes. Facebook used to justify this by claiming that these are just public opinions and advocated the platform’s policies to allow freedom of expression. However, when the pressure increased, the company eventually launched a ‘Climate Science…
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Viral Tweets Are Not as Valuable as You Might Think

If you have ever dreamed of becoming any kind of social media influencer or find any kind of success at all online then you are probably trying to come up with some kind of a viral tweet because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up making it…
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Here Is A Way To Use Spacebar Shortcut In Chrome 88 Who Are Missing It For Custom Search Engines

There is no doubt in the fact that with Chrome 88, we now get to see improved password protection and tab search. But with all advancements, there is a feature (previously been loved by the users) that is no longer available on the desktop version of the browser. Chrome always allowed users to add custom…
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Google will finally be launching the overdue scrolling screenshot feature in Android 12

Ever been in a situation where you wanted to take a screen shot but upon doing that you miss out on the last two three lines? And then you would have to take another screenshot just to get that information in? Well, good news! We will soon see this feature come out with the new…
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Android 12 OS Is Getting More New Features Than We Anticipated

Android after its version 11 last year has now released Android 12 which came out earlier than it was expected. The new version has a lot of new and unique features that were previously not seen in any of the previous versions. Google just released the first out look of the new Android version in…
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A Case for Taking Media Literacy Tests Before Allowing People to Use Social Media

If you think about it, you would never let anyone drive if they have not taken the time out to figure out how they can get some kind of a driver’s license because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up forcing them to a take a test…
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Facebook and Australia’s rift worsens as Facebook inadvertently blocked pages of various non-news organizations while blocking all the users in the region from viewing and sharing news content

Facebook and Australia are at loggerheads at the moment because of drafted legislation for payback for Australian journalism services. If this bill passes and becomes a law, which is being called the ‘News Media Bargaining Code,’ then all the tech companies that take news content from Australian publishers and news/media agencies will have to pay…
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WhatsApp is soon to begin pushing more in-app ads to ask users to review the privacy policies and understand that their communications are safe

WhatsApp has been under the radar since the famous Facebook-owned communications and messaging app upgraded its privacy notifications for the users a while ago. That notification could not have been more confusing and alarming, as it made the users feel as if their communications are not safe and WhatsApp sends all the data and the…
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Android 12 to get a great security and privacy feature but this time for microphone and camera, the user will get the liability to either mute these components or allow them to run

The much awaited version of Android, Android 12 got released on 18th February 2021 and has brought many updates with it as well. The final version for the users will get released on September of 2021. The most changes that are to come with Android 12 are in privacy. Android developers have come up with…
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Android 12 Brings About Changes, It Will Now Allow You To Limit Apps in Media Player

Android companies are bringing out new changes with each new Android version they are introducing. Last year, when Android 11 came out it had a ton of new features to offer. The best among the new updates was a media playback interface that lived up in the Quick Settings panel and gave us the ability…
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Facebook’s Watch Party Feature to Bid Farewell This February

Since technology is evolving at such a fast pace, social media companies and tech giants are coming up with new and unique features every few months to keep their applications engaging and to keep up with the advancing tech world. Though so many new features are introduced, hyped up and used but have you ever…
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Review of Emails Reveals Massive Spy Pixels Problem

If there is one thing that virtually every single person that is currently using the internet is concerned about it is the kind of privacy that they can hope to receive while they are using the internet. Because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up being compromised…
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Birdwatch on Twitter is bringing a simplistic rating system to determine the most helpful notes

In January 2021, Twitter introduced Birdwatch, a “community-driven approach” to fight misinformation and propaganda through Tweets on the platform. The company introduced a pilot program for Birdwatch in the US alone as they slowly and steadily build the feature, make it smarter, more sophisticated, and more effective against curbing the spread of misinformation. Birdwatch lets…
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The mobile apps which are owned by Facebook and Google are at the top of the list, even though other new apps have experienced record downloads

In the last few years, many new apps became much popular in public and received around a billion downloads including TikTok and Zoom. TikTok is a social media platform that has gained much popularity in the public, especially in the kids due to its content, and 15 seconds videos have become an addiction to many…
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TikTok’s new hub will teach business owners on how to effectively sell and promote their products on the app

It was reported earlier this year that TikTok has decided to launch in app online shopping for its users and has even partner shipped with Shopify for this plan. We all the know the popularity and success TikTok was able to attain in a very short amount of time. This step from TikTok will not…
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Google makes it easier for its users to share Android apps with other devices through Nearby share with a Google Play Store update

Guess what just became available for Android users? App sharing! With launching Nearby Share, Google eliminated the physically touch of two Android devices to share their content via Bluetooth. Nearby share is a clever feature that allowed you to share your links, photos and other content to another device of a friend or family member…
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Reddit has revamped its design for its Android users giving it a more sophisticated and simpler look

Reddit is a discussion website for news and web content rating. The members of this site submit their content including links, posts and images and the ones with the highest amount of votes gets put up for discussion. The site recently revamped their whole design for Android users with exciting new features and that is…
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