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YouTube Launches New Tool To Manage Comments

01/14/2014, Ever since Google+ was baked into YouTube, the commenting system went through a radical change, ill-received change that became the subject of widespread criticism. Not only does the new system require using Google+ profiles to post a comment, but it...

Selfie Police: Your Next Selfie Could Cost You $1

01/14/2014, Back in 2013, the term “selfie” was decided to be one of the words of the year. For those unfamiliar, selfie is a term used to refer to photos that one takes of themselves using their phones, cameras, or tablets. Taking selfies is not new but 2013...

Higher Profile Google Users Have Different Default Email Settings

01/14/2014, So the other day Google, in an attempt to get more people to use Google+, announced that anyone visiting your Google+ page would be allowed to send you an email (to your Gmail account) even if they don’t have you in their circles. No doubt this is...

PayPal Working To Make Online Payments Seamless

01/13/2014, PayPal is one of the most well known and widely used solutions for online payments. The service is used by millions of people around the world who wish to shop online. Users might find it irritating to be redirected to PayPal’s website from the...

U.S. Court Rules Yelp Must Identify Anonymous Reviewers

01/13/2014, There’s a reason why online commenting and reviewing systems usually have the option to post anonymously. Not everyone wants to write a bad review or leave a scathing comment using their own name, some choose to hide behind a curtain to vent while...

President Obama To Announce Major NSA Changes This Week [Report]

01/13/2014, There has been a lot of debate about the electronics spying programs of the National Security Agency, programs which not only affect U.S. citizens, but also those of other nations around the world. The programs have been criticized a lot as the stream of...

Warner Bros. Looking To Step Up Anti-Piracy Efforts

01/13/2014, Despite the best efforts of music labels and movie studios, fighting piracy online has proven to be an uphill battle. As soon as one site is taken down, another few more spring up in its place, almost as if the masses are eager to fill in the empty spot....

Google Confirms Schemer Shuts Down On February 7th

01/12/2014, Schemer was launched over a year ago with the aim of motivating people to do “more awesome stuff.” The service required users to have a Google+ account, however it wasn’t promoted that much by the company and for the past couple of...

Facebook Sued For Falsifying ‘Likes’

01/12/2014, The world’s biggest social network just can’t seem to catch a break. Only recently a lawsuit was filed against the company alleging that it intercepted users’ private messages without them knowing. It now has yet another claim to...

Twitter Brings Achievements To Tweets With @AchievementBird

01/10/2014, The point of Twitter, we guess, is to share your thoughts with the world, and see what else other people are thinking or get up to. This means that in order to successfully reach a wide audience, you need to build up a following, as well as be able to...

Facebook To Retire Sponsored Stories

01/09/2014, A while back, Facebook introduced the idea of Sponsored Stories which was basically taking what you had done on Facebook and selling them to advertisers who might in turn use it as part of their ads, but packaging it in such a way that it looks like you...

Gmail Now Lets You Email Anyone On Google+

01/09/2014, Google has slowly been integrating Google+ in its most widely used services. The social network is baked into search, as search plus your world and into YouTube as its default comments system. Gmail is the latest service to receive the Google+ treatment,...