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Twitter Will Now Filter Abusive Replies

02/07/2017, Twitter acknowledged last week that it hadn’t done enough to tackle the abuse problem on its platform and promised to put forward a “completely new approach to abuse on Twitter.” It’s rolling out new steps today in order to curb...

IMDb Message Boards Being Shut Down

02/05/2017, The Internet Movie Database, better known as IMDb, is one of the largest online databases for TV and film. It can provide you with information on more than 4.1 million titles and 7.7 million personalities from across the globe. The database will only...

Beyoncé Shatters Most-Liked Instagram Record

02/02/2017, Beyoncé is someone who needs no introduction. A superstar in her own right, when she talks, her fans pay close attention. All it took for her to smash the most-liked Instagram record was a picture of herself and a revelation that has got people all over...

Apple ‘Mac Guy’ Is Now Selling PCs for Huawei

02/01/2017, If someone were to ask you to list some of the most memorable advertising campaigns ever launched by a technology company, Apple’s “Get a Mac” campaign will be right up there with the best of them. The campaign featured actor Justin Long...

Twitter Aims For Simplicity By Replacing Moments With Explore

01/26/2017, Twitter today announced that it’s replacing the Moments feature which enabled users to create a storyboard by compiling tweets. Moments is losing its prime placement in the Twitter app to a new section called Explore. Twitter has created Explore as...

Outlook.com Migration Is 99.9% Complete

01/26/2017, Microsoft rolled out a major upgrade for Outlook.com around two years back. The new and improved email service brought several new features and improvements. Microsoft said at that time that it was going to migrate all of the users who rely on its email...

Facebook USB Key Support Offers Enhanced Security

01/26/2017, Physical security keys are a great option for those who want enhanced security for their online accounts. Services like Dropbox and Google already offer support and now Facebook has joined the bandwagon as well. The company today announced that Facebook...

Twitter Will Live Stream More Red Carpet Pre-Shows This Year

01/23/2017, Twitter is hard at work inking new deals that help it establish itself as a major player in the live streaming market. We’ve already seen the company live stream sporting events, presidential debates, red carpet pre-shows, and more. It has confirmed...

National Park Service Banned From Using Twitter

01/22/2017, The inauguration of President Donald J. Trump appears to have not gone down well with employees of at least one branch of the government. The National Park Service is a government agency that’s tasked with managing all of the national parks in the...

Edward Snowden Email Provider Lavabit Rises From The Ashes

01/22/2017, Lavabit is an encrypted email provider that was preferred by Edward Snowden, the man who blew the whistle on the USA’s electronic spying programs. The service was shut down back in 2013 when company chief Ladar Levison decided not to accept the...

Over 200,000 People Subscribed To DirecTV Now In The First Month

01/22/2017, AT&T finally launched its standalone online TV streaming service late last year. The launch of DirecTV Now wasn’t as smooth as the company would have wanted but it appears that it got a reasonable response from people looking to cut the cord....

House Of Cards Season 5 Release Date Confirmed

01/22/2017, Netflix has made some great original content that has proven to be a hit and has brought in a significant number of new subscribers for the online video streaming service. House of Cards is one such original series. Fans are anxiously waiting for the...

Netflix Original Content Driving Impressive Subscriber Growth

01/19/2017, Netflix announced its global expansion plans at the Consumer Electronics Show last year. It immediately went live in almost every country on the planet. The company backed that up with a solid lineup of original TV shows and movies that have now become...