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Google+ Updated With Age And Location Post Restrictions

10/01/2014, We should always be careful of what we share online. After all you never know who might see your post. Well the good news for those who are active on social media but want to share responsibly, Google has recently updated their Google+ social network and...

Online Music Videos In The UK To Trial Age Rating System

10/01/2014, While it is inevitable that kids will someday stumble across an inappropriate music video or song, we guess parents will probably want to do everything they can to prevent that. Well it seems that over in the UK, parents will be getting their wish....

Multiple User Reports Of iCloud Outage Across iOS, Mac, And Web

09/29/2014, iCloud is used to help users backup their data in the cloud, like photos, contacts, and so on. However according to a recently discovered bug in iOS, it could potentially end up with your files stored in the cloud, which is no doubt a huge inconvenience...

Facebook To Use Its Data For Ads On Third Party Sites

09/29/2014, Privacy advocates who have never been too satisfied with Facebook’s data use policies have yet another reason to lash out at the world’s largest social network. It is going to reintroduce an ad platform which is going to allow advertisers to...

Yahoo Directory Being Shut Down

09/28/2014, You might not have even heard of Yahoo Directory if you’ve been using the internet for less than a decade. Those who were online twenty years ago. 1994, would probably remember Yahoo Directory. It was founded at a time when search engines...

Google Working On Experimental Chrome Feature To Mute Noisy Tabs

09/26/2014, It wasn’t too long ago that Google introduced a new feature to the Chrome browser in which a small icon would appear on the browser tab to notify the user of which tab is playing sounds/music. This is handy when you visit some websites and they autoplay...

Latest Chrome Canary Build Has An Endless Runner Easter Egg

09/25/2014, In an ideal world, our internet connection would be stable and there would be no fluctuations or disconnections. Unfortunately we do not live in such a world and as such have to deal with these inconveniences. Now if you’re a Google Chrome user, you...

Google No Longer Forces New Users To Make A Google+ Account As Well

09/21/2014, Google has finally made a change that many people have been asking for. If you have signed up for a Google service like Gmail or Google Docs in the past you would have noticed that the company required you to make a Google+ account as well. Some viewed...

Twitpic Announces They Have Been Acquired, Will Not Shut Down

09/19/2014, According to a report earlier this month, it was revealed that Twitpic would be shutting its doors on the 25th of September. For those who are unfamiliar with Twitpic, it is a photo sharing service that managed to gain popularity due to Twitter not having...

Ediket: A (Nice) Copy-Editing App & Marketplace

09/18/2014, Copy-editing if often associated with professional and expensive services that only businesses can afford. It is mostly the case, but Ediket’s team believes that there should be something between “no copy-editing” and expensive copy-editing. They...

Using Netflix Through VPN Might Soon Become Difficult

09/18/2014, Netflix is a very popular online video streaming service. Even though its only available in select markets right now across North America and Europe the service has thousands of users from different parts of the world who connect to the service using a...

Amazon Beats Google To Purchase .Buy Domain For $4.6 Million

09/18/2014, Amazon is one of the biggest online retailers in the world and it has forked out some serious money just for exclusive access to the .Buy domain name based website. It was up against Google in an auction which was also interested in purchasing the .Buy...

Larry Page’s Google 2.0 Will Explore The Challenges Of Humanity

09/18/2014, Google might have started out as a humble search engine, but over the years, the company has expanded and evolved and are now known for many things. This includes providing online services like email, researching how to provide the whole world with...