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New Twitter Feature Could Show You Who Is Tweeting ‘Nearby’

12/15/2013, The folks over at Twitter are reportedly testing a new feature called “Nearby,” which as the name suggests would show you who is tweeting nearby. Apparently it wouldn’t matter if you follow those users or not, the additional Nearby...

Twitter Reverts Changes To Its Blocking Policy After User Feedback

12/13/2013, Amid all of the updates Twitter has been rolling out to its service, such as its iOS app being able to send photos through direct messages, Twitter made a controversial decision yesterday to allow blocked users to continue to be able to interact with...

Flickr Goes Down As Yahoo Struggles To Get Mail Up And Running

12/12/2013, Over the past few days quite a lot of Yahoo Mail users have been complaining about issues with the service. The company confirmed that due to a hardware problem on one of its mail data servers, users were facing issues in accessing Yahoo Mail. While the...

Gmail To Display Email Images By Default

12/12/2013, Those of us who use Gmail are familiar with the “display images below” link that pops up whenever we open an emails from unknown senders that has images inside. Gmail did this to protect users from unknown senders who might have tried to use...

Microsoft Entices Gmail Users To Join Outlook.com Through New Tool

12/11/2013, Microsoft and Google both run two of the most widely used email services, Outlook.com and Gmail. It obviously won’t come as a surprise to see one try to poach users from the other. Redmond has developed a new tool to entice existing Gmail users to...

Google Sheets Offline Editing Is Finally Possible

12/11/2013, If you are a devout user of the Google Drive productivity suite, you might have found yourself wondering why it is not possible to edit Google Sheets without an internet connection. For those who do not know, Google Sheets is the spreadsheet app in the...

Redesigned Facebook News Feed Might Not Be Released For Everyone

12/11/2013, Back in March Facebook summoned media outfits to its offices to show off its redesigned News Feed, which is without a doubt one of the most critical elements of the world’s largest social network. Much of the user’s time is spent on the News...

The Pirate Bay Moves Domain To A Volcanic Island After .SX Seizure

12/11/2013, It’s been quite the year for The Pirate Bay as the site’s organizers have fought to keep the site up and running, although apparently the site recently had its domain name seized. Fortunately for those who enjoy The Pirate Bay’s torrenting services,...

Microsoft Accounts Receive New Security Features

12/09/2013, After finally adding two factor authentication to Microsoft accounts back in April, the company today announced that over the next couple of days it is going to add additional security features to accounts that are designed to give users more control and...

Google Testing +Post Google+ Content Ads With Select Brands

12/09/2013, The Google Display Network houses some 2 million websites of all kinds, thus it offers advertisers a broad reach and more bang for their buck. The company says that it has seen growing interest from advertisers in ad formats that are designed around...

Facebook News Feed Changes Put Focus On Content Source’s Quality

12/08/2013, Facebook recently announced some changes to its News Feed, it says that these changes are being made to show more relevant content to users in their News Feed. The company said that it would analyze a wide variety of factors to determine which content to...