Web, Page 12 ▼

Google Opens Up Project Shield To More News Websites

02/24/2016, From time to time, websites get hacked. One of the favorite and effective ways to take a site down would be through a DDoS attack. This basically involves flooding the site with so many requests till the point where it can’t handle it and shuts down, at...

Facebook Explains Why They Didn’t Just Make A ‘Dislike’ Button

02/24/2016, Earlier we reported that Facebook’s Reactions had begun their global rollout. There are six different Reactions to choose from, including the standard Like, and the closest thing we have to a dislike would be Angry, or maybe Sad. So the question is, why...

Google Docs Now Lets You Edit And Format With Your Voice

02/24/2016, It’s much easier to dictate something than to type it out yourself but not all of us have secretaries at our beck and call to type up our stuff for us. If you’re not in the mood to type you can use the voice typing feature in Google Docs to...

Facebook Reactions Now Available Worldwide

02/24/2016, Last year Facebook announced an upcoming feature called Reactions. Basically instead of being merely able to “Like” a post, Reactions allowed users to express other kinds of emotions. Now earlier this year the company announced that the feature was...

Google Compare Will Be Shutting Down March 23

02/22/2016, Last year Google launched a service in the US called Google Compare which basically allowed users to compare credit card rates, mortgages, car insurances, and more. It made sense for the company to launch such a service and put all the information in...

Google Search Removes Ads From The Right-Hand Side

02/21/2016, Don’t freak out if you no longer see ads on the right-hand side of Google Search results, that’s because Google is changing the way it displays ads on desktop searches. From now on ads will only be shown at the top and bottom of the search...

Yahoo Is Exploring The Possibility Of Selling Itself

02/19/2016, In the burgeoning days of the internet, Yahoo was to internet users what Google is to everyone these days. Safe to say that despite Yahoo’s best attempts, the company hasn’t really been doing as well as it should, and it looks like the company is now...

Kanye West Considering Legal Action Over Life Of Pablo Pirates

02/19/2016, Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo album was originally supposed to be a Tidal exclusive for a week, but some reason, the musician decided that he would make the exclusivity permanent and not even offer it up for sale on iTunes. While West has a ton of...

Twitter Fixes Bug That Exposed User Emails And Phone Numbers

02/18/2016, Some of you guys might not have noticed, but recently there was an issue with Twitter’s password recovery system in which user information like their email addresses and phone numbers were exposed. The good news is that Twitter has since announced that...

Vevo Working On Paid Music Video Subscription Service

02/18/2016, If you have ever tried searching for music videos on YouTube, more often than not you might see Vevo’s name attached to said video. So far the videos are free, as they should be since you can find them on other platforms like MTV, or even released by...

Indonesian Government Bans Tumblr Over Pornography

02/17/2016, Just last week, the Indonesian government announced that they would be clamping down on apps that had emojis or stickers that contained homosexual content. An unsurprising move given the country’s religious beliefs. However it looks like the government...

Yahoo To Start Phasing Out Some Of Their Digital Magazines

02/17/2016, Back in the day, say 15-18 years ago, websites like Yahoo, Lycos, AltaVista, and etc. were popular because they not only served as search engines, but also as web portals where in addition to be able to search for content online, users could always access...

Facebook Opens Up Instant Articles To Everyone

02/17/2016, Last year Facebook announced a new feature for mobile called Instant Articles. For those who are unfamiliar with the feature, basically when clicking a link to an article inside Facebook, instead of waiting for the website to load, it will load instantly...