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No One Knows Who Stole $30 Million In Virtual Currency

11/21/2017, Virtual currency might be the future of finance but it presents its own set of challenges, not to mention that there are significant security risks still that highlight just how risky things can get. Earlier this month we heard about a bug freezing $280...

Facebook Testing VR Experiences In News Feed

11/19/2017, Facebook opened up its platform to immersive video last year when it started supporting 360-degree videos. It has since been improving support for immersive video on the world’s most popular social network. Facebook has enabled livestreaming of...

Twitter Will Yank Verification For Bad Behavior Offline As Well

11/19/2017, Twitter found itself in a pickle recently after it verified white supremacist Jason Kessler. There was backlash from the community which forced Twitter to suspend the verification system and come up with new guidelines to prevent the implication that...

You Can Now Add Photos To Instagram Stories From Mobile Web

11/16/2017, Instagram wants more people using its Stories feature, the same feature that it cloned from Snapchat and now boasts more users for. The Facebook-owned service today announced that users can now post photos to Instagram Stories from mobile web. They...

Vimeo Gets Support For HDR Videos

11/16/2017, Video streaming service Vimeo today announced that it finally supports HDR videos on its platform. HDR videos can now be uploaded to Vimeo and the service promises to retain “as much quality as possible” for all HDR uploads. With support for...

Facebook Will Identify Real News Stories With Trust Indicators

11/16/2017, Facebook has taken several concrete steps to prevent the flow of fake news on the world’s largest social network. The problem turned into a crisis during the U.S. presidential election. Facebook has since taken multiple steps to ensure that its...

Walmart Wants To Increase In-Store Traffic By Raising Prices Online

11/16/2017, You normally expect retailers to cut prices online because more compared to their retail stores because that’s just the way this industry operates now but Walmart is now taking a different approach. In a bid to increase in-store traffic ahead of the...

Amazon Reportedly Drops Plans For A TV Service

11/15/2017, Multiple reports have suggested that Amazon is developing a standalone TV streaming service that will be aimed at cord-cutters. However, if a new report is to be believed, the company has decided to give up on its plans to launch a standalone online TV...

Google’s Job Search Engine Improved With New Tools

11/15/2017, Not only can you use Google’s search engine to find restaurants and places to visit, you can also use it to find jobs. Google launched its built-in jobs search engine earlier this year and the company has now announced that it’s making the...

Facebook Replaces Messenger Day With Synced Stories

11/14/2017, Facebook has created Snapchat Stories clones for Instagram, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Facebook Messenger. The company decided to call this feature Messenger Day on its chat app for some reason. It has finally acknowledged the obvious redundancy and has...

Free Ad-Supported Amazon Prime Video Possibly Being Developed

11/13/2017, It was first reported back in 2014 that Amazon was thinking about developing a free version of its Amazon Prime Video streaming service. The company would have launched it as an ad-supported service instead. Amazon has denied the reports in the past but...

Twitter Suspends Verification System As It Develops A New One

11/09/2017, Twitter today announced that it has decided to “pause” its verification system following criticism that the company had to face when it verified the account of Jason Kessler, an organizer of the Unite the Right protest. Twitter has thus...