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PayPal Now Offering Digital Gift Cards For Purchase

12/03/2013, PayPal announced just last week they would start to accept prepaid gift cards for the purpose of making online purchases through its service. It looks like the gift card love isn’t stopping there as the company has announced they will begin allowing...

Facebook Wants To Make Your News Feed More Relevant

12/02/2013, Facebook’s News Feed, depending on the user, can get pretty cluttered at times, and sometimes it’s cluttered in a messy sort of way where you are getting updates from all sorts of pages you’re following. Well Facebook is hoping to change that and...

Over $1.2 Billion Spent Online This Black Friday

12/02/2013, Nobody will be surprised when they hear that a lot of people spent a lot of money on online shopping this Black Friday, it has become a yearly tradition. According to the latest data released by comScore, over $1.2 billion was spent online this Black...

Study Finds Men With Beards Choose The Worst Passwords

12/02/2013, When it comes to choosing passwords for your online accounts, does it really matter if you’re a man or a woman? Does your hair color matter? Does having facial hair also play a part in choosing a strong password? Well according to a study based on...

Chrome Might Let Users Try Apps Without Having To Install Them

12/01/2013, Google obviously wants Chrome web apps to do better, and it has made a number of changes recently which are geared towards increasing usage of such apps. The Chrome browser received in-app payments support, an app launcher as well as rich notifications...

Pinterest Launches Its Holiday Gift Guide

11/28/2013, Ahead of the holiday weekend, Pinterest has launched its first ever holiday gift guide, making it easier for users to find interesting things that they can gift to whomever they want. The Holiday Giving Guide contains over 100 boards that have ideas...

Google Announces New And Personalized Map Embed

11/28/2013, When researching reviews on a particular restaurant or shop, or when looking for hotels to stay overseas, typically these websites will have Google Maps (or Bing Maps) embedded there which allows visitors to get a better idea of where the establishment is...

Facebook Quietly Testing New “Save For Later Reading” Feature

11/27/2013, Recently Apple had updated Safari with a reader-like feature that basically allows you to save websites for reading later. This is also a feature that can be found in the Instapaper app, an app that allows users to save sites for reading later should they...

Google Chrome Receives ‘OK, Google’ Voice Search Extension

11/27/2013, If you’ve seen Motorola’s “Lazy Phone” ads for its Moto X, you’ll know just how silly our current “dumb” phones can be considering how much we have to interact with them with our hands in order to get anything out of them. The purpose of the...

Google Tackles YouTube Spam Comment Problem

11/26/2013, We have all seen spam comments on YouTube vidoes, comments that detail how you can make thousands of dollars from the comfort of your sofa and what not. Recently, Google released an entirely new comments system for YouTube, one that requires users to have...

Twitter Will Now Age-Screen Users Willing To Follow Alcohol Brands

11/26/2013, Twitter today announced that it has implemented a new age-screening system for users who are willing to follow alcohol brands. Seeing as it is a global social network, and the legal drinking age varies in different countries, Twitter will now ask users to...

Google Street View Takes Us Inside Over 65 Airports, Train Stations

11/26/2013, Google Street View recently introduced us to the canals and streets of Venice, Italy, but if you’re one of millions of Americans traveling this week to partake in Thanksgiving festivities, you’re going to need to familiarize yourself with airports and...