When it comes to Social media networks, Facebook is definitely dominating. With more than a billion users, Facebook is a force to reckon with. However, Facebook can also be quite addictive and make it impossible to live a normal life with notifications and messages jumping towards you every minute.

There are also many other reasons why people would like to quit Facebook, For example, Envy. Many people are not comfortable spending time on Facebook, as they envy other peoples’ “advertised” perfect life. If you are one of them, then you should give this Article a look, it might be able to change your mind.

If you want to get rid of Facebook completely, you need to delete your account permanently. Although, the process might not be that easy and you need to make sure you are out of Facebook circle completely. Read full post →Completely Delete Your Facebook Account


Mozilla has been developing Firefox OS for a variety of platforms even though the first devices powered by it were smartphones. The OS is capable of running applications that use web technologies like JavaScript and HTML5, thus making it easier for developers to convert their existing apps for Firefox OS. The operating system can also be run on devices like smart TVs and TV sticks, Mozilla is now showing off what Firefox OS for TV really looks like.

Read full post →Mozilla Shows Off Firefox OS For TV


The live streaming app Meerkat has steadily been gaining popularity and as its user base increases the app gets new features. Cementing its move away from Twitter, the latest update for Meerkat on iOS brings support for Facebook. For users this means that they can now directly push Meerkat alerts to the world’s largest social network.

An interesting change to note in this update is Meerkat coming out from under Twitter’s shadow. Users no longer need to sign in with a Twitter account, if they choose to do so they can very well sign in through Facebook login.

The latest update for Meerkat also adds address book scanning which will allow users to instantly brings friends on to the service as long as they let the app scan their contacts.

Meerkat has enough reason to move away from Twitter, given that the micro-blogging network first cut off access to its social graph data and then launched Periscope, it’s own live streaming rival. Periscope has since become more popular than Meerkat.

Meerkat’s latest update also brings minor changes, for example popular streams are now promoted to the app’s front page and the app also gets emoji support. Whenever users select an emoji their profile image will be changed to the emoji they selected for a short time.


Even though it has been a couple of months since people have been asking whether Samsung has any plans of releasing the Lollipop update for the Galaxy Note 2 there still isn’t any clarity on the matter, the irony is that Samsung’s various arms are the ones that are causing the confusion. The most recent update from Samsung Spain comes in the form of a promise that the company will indeed release the Galaxy Note 2 Android 5.0 update.

Read full post →Galaxy Note 2 Android 5.0 Update Promised By Samsung Spain


Google recently announced the end of support for YouTube Data API v2 which is used by older devices, this means that those devices will no longer support the native YouTube application. As far as iOS devices are concerned this change means that any device running iOS 6 or earlier won’t be able to use the YouTube app, it also applies to the 2nd generation Apple TV and older models.

Read full post →YouTube App No Longer Available For Older 2nd-Gen Apple TVs


It has been reported multiple times that Samsung is working on a new Android powered tablet that’s even thinner than the iPad Air 2. A new report has been published today which claims that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is going to be unveiled next month and that it will be available in both Wi-Fi only and LTE models.

Read full post →Samsung Reportedly Launching Galaxy Tab S2 In June


We have known for a while now that Microsoft is hard at work finishing Office 2016 before it has to be released to consumers later this year and now the company feels confident enough to let people have a look at the preview version. Today Microsoft Office 2016 public preview has been released, anyone willing to try out the new productivity apps from Microsoft can go ahead and get the preview on their computers.

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In recent weeks apps like Meerkat and Periscope have skyrocketed in popularity and usage as they allow folks to live stream basically whatever they want to, and yes this is causing piracy headaches as well. Comcast wants in on the fun as well which is why the cable provider has launched a new app for iOS and Android which will let users beam live video back to their own TV or that of friends and family members.

Read full post →Comcast Jumps In On The Live Streaming Craze As Well


According to a new report Apple’s business practices are coming under scrutiny at the Department of Justice as the company has been found to be pushing record labels to force music streaming services like Spotify to clamp down on free streaming. Apparently the company is doing this ahead of the much awaited relaunch of Beats Music, a streaming service that it acquired and now hopes to make a major player in the music streaming arena.

Read full post →Apple Pushing Labels To Kill Spotify Free Streaming As Beats Relaunch Nears


Things are heating up in the music streaming arena since the market is being hotly contested by services willing to get a piece of the pie. Google is just one of the many companies that are running a music streaming service and now the company has decided to double the free trial period for its unlimited Play Music All Access service. New users will now be able to try the service for two months with no charge.

Previously new users received a one month free Play Music All Access trial before their card was charged, or they decided to not pay for the service.

Google’s latest move allows users to use the service without any charge for two full months, they’ll be able to access the entire song library that hosts more than 30 million tracks.

Users won’t have to put up with advertisements and they will be able to stream and skip as many songs on demand as they want.

This deal appears to be only valid in certain regions and only for new users, but North America is covered so there’s nothing to worry about on that front. Once the two month free trial ends users can choose to pay $9.99 per month to continue the subscription or they can opt to not pay and thus stop using Google Play Music All Access.