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Google’s Accelerated Pages Will Now Be Shown In Search Results

09/20/2016, Google’s answer to Facebook’s instant articles comes in the form of AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pages. It’s pretty much the same thing where clicking an article will load it instantly, versus normal websites in which users will have to wait for...

Twitter’s Longer Tweets Are Finally Here

09/19/2016, Twitter may have removed the 140 character limit from Direct Messages, but it’s still holding firm on this limit for regular tweets. There has been no indication from the company so far to suggest that it will even consider removing the limit that...

Google Drive Support Finally Comes To Outlook.com

09/18/2016, Microsoft has made sharing even easier for people who use its Outlook.com service by adding support for Google Drive. The Outlook for iOS and Android apps already provide Google Drive access to users but Microsoft hadn’t opened up Outlook on the web...

You Will Be Able To Buy Movie Tickets On Facebook Soon

09/18/2016, Many of us discover upcoming movies on Facebook, whether it be a sponsored post or a trailer that one of our friends shared. If we become interested in that movie the next thing we probably do is open up a new tab and see when and where we can buy...

Online Vendors Are Starting To Support Apple Pay For The Web

09/14/2016, Earlier this year, it was announced that Apple Pay could soon be used for the web. Right now Apple Pay is pretty much limited to physical stores, meaning that if you wanted to make a purchase online, you’d have to do it the “normal” way which we...

Gmail Down In Europe And U.S.

09/14/2016, If you’re facing problems with Gmail know that you’re not the only one. Google has confirmed that it’s investigating an issue with its email service that’s used by hundreds and millions of people across the globe. Reports filtering...

Facebook & Twitter Will Help Weed Out Fake News

09/14/2016, Back in the day to get your news, you’d have to rely on more traditional media outlets such as TV, the radio, or the newspaper. These days while those mediums are still viable, we’ve got more options to choose from such as social media, blogs, and so...

Adblock Plus Launches Their Own Ads Platform

09/13/2016, For anyone who’s used the internet long enough, you might recall a certain browser extension called Adblock Plus, which back in the day would block ads from showing up on websites, YouTube, and so on. However in recent times, the company has opened...

Facebook Messenger Bots Can Now Accept Payments

09/12/2016, It hasn’t been long since Facebook launched a bot platform for Messenger. Thousands of bots that help users do a variety of things are now available in Facebook Messenger, and today the company revealed that it’s making them even more useful....

Chrome Will Mark HTTP Connections As Insecure Starting Next Year

09/11/2016, Google is going to make a major push starting next year to get websites to better protect users and rely more on encryption by flagging plain HTTP connections as insecure in Google Chrome, which is undoubtedly the most widely used internet browser in the...

Twitter Has Basically Transformed DM Into A Chat App

09/08/2016, Direct Message used to be a very simple feature that allowed Twitter users to send private messages to fellow users. Twitter has religiously stuck to the 140 character limit for tweets ever since it was launched and this limit was initially imposed on DMs...