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Facebook Testing Multiple News Feeds For Mobile

12/30/2015, Over the course of your Facebook usage, you’ve probably liked many pages, followed many people, and joined many groups. This means that there is a good chance when you look at your News Feed, it will be flooded with all kinds of information and will...

New Facebook Hoax Says Mark Zuckerberg Wants To Give You Money

12/29/2015, Earlier this month, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that he had become a father to a beautiful baby girl. Just like other tech CEOs like Bill Gates, Zuckerberg wants to create a future for his daughter to live in, so much so that he will be giving...

AVG’s Chrome Extension Security Flaw Left Millions At Risk

12/29/2015, It seems that if you have been using AVG’s Web TuneUp Chrome extension, there is a good chance that you could have been exposed. For those who don’t use or who are unfamiliar with the Web TuneUp extension, basically what it does is it basically flags...

Santa Brought A Flash Exploit This Christmas

12/29/2015, Flash is known more for the gaping security vulnerabilities that are exposed to the world time and again instead of being the technology that has powered a significant chunk of online content, so much so that even Adobe has started to inch away from it,...

Woman In Myanmar Sentenced To 6 Months In Jail Over Facebook Post

12/29/2015, Posting something that goes viral on Facebook can quickly lead to superstardom, or it could land you in trouble. In the past we have seen how Facebook posts can lead to someone being fired from their job, and recently we found out that over in Myanmar,...

Google Advertises Its iOS & Android Apps On Its Main Page

12/27/2015, One of the things that Google is known for would be its front page. Navigating on over to Google.com will display a page that’s clean, minimalistic, and it is usually just accompanied by Google’s logo, a search box, and some buttons. This is unlike...

GOTPass System Will Make Your Online Logins More Secure

12/23/2015, Recently Google has been trialing a new system that does not require users to enter passwords. Instead users pair their smartphone with their Google login, and when they want to login they will be prompted on their smartphone instead. This means that...

Google Confirms They Are Testing Password-Free Logins

12/23/2015, Yesterday we reported that according to a post on Reddit, it was suggested that Google was testing out some kind of new login feature where you would not require a password. Given that passwords can sometimes be easily figured out, like birth dates, names...

YouTube Claims T-Mobile Is Throttling Its Video Traffic

12/22/2015, Last month T-Mobile announced Binge On, a new service they were offering where basically users could stream video without it eating into their bandwidth. Granted the video quality won’t be particularly high, but if you’re on the go we suppose it will...

Google Reportedly Developing A Smarter Messaging Platform

12/22/2015, Right now if you wanted information on something, you’d fire up Google, type in your query, and go through the list of results. Alternatively if you are lazy and you have an Android device, you could say “OK Google” and voice out your question....

Facebook May Start Pointing Out Friends With New Posts

12/22/2015, It’s not uncommon for us to have friends in our Facebook network that aren’t really close to us and we’re not likely to interact with them on a regular basis. No matter how many friends you have, updates from them have to find their...

Schools In England To Monitor Students’ Web Activities

12/22/2015, The internet is full of content that children at a young age should not be exposed to. While there are ways to block access to certain websites, it’s just as easy to create a new website that isn’t blocked meaning that it is never-ending battle to...

World’s First Website Went Live 25 Years Ago Today

12/21/2015, Many of us take the internet for granted these days considering the fact that it has significantly advanced over the past few years, however it’s interesting to note that all of this has happened in a relatively short span of time. If you...

Web Status Code Will Tell You When A Site Is Censored

12/21/2015, There are several web status codes you might come across while browsing the web. Some common status codes include errors 503 which means that the service is unavailable. You have the more popular error 404 which means the page cannot be found (due to it...