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Facebook Has Quietly Set Up A Blockchain Division

05/09/2018, According to a new report, Facebook has gone ahead with its biggest executive shakeup in the company’s 15-year history this week and has appointed new heads for WhatsApp, Messenger, and the main Facebook app. Other longtime executives have been...

Buying Election Ads On Google Will Now Require ID Verification

05/06/2018, Much has already been said and done about the reported misinformation campaign launched by the Russians during the U.S. presidential election as part of an operation to influence the democratic process. Companies like Facebook since increased verification...

Chrome Will Now Learn Your Browsing Preferences Before Muting Sites

05/03/2018, Chrome already has the ability to mute auto-playing content but you can either have it on or off. So the feature will either block all auto-playing content or none at all. Google feels that there should be a middle ground which is why the latest version...


Telegram’s Initial Coin Offering Has Been Scrapped

05/03/2018, Telegram, a secure messaging service, had been working to launch its very own ICO or initial coin offering. It’s a process through which companies can now raise funds by issuing digital coins to investors. It has already conducted a private sale...

Hulu Offline Downloads Coming Soon

05/02/2018, Online video streaming service Hulu revealed during its Hulu 18 Presentation at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York today that the service now has more than 20 million subscribers in the United States. It added that total engagement on...

Facebook Will Soon Add Dating Features

05/01/2018, Facebook, the world’s largest social network, is going after the likes of Tinder by adding dating features on its platform. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed during the company’s annual F8 developers conference today that the social...

Zuckerberg Faces Summons If He Declines To Testify In The U.K.

05/01/2018, While Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently testified before Congress following the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, he declined an invitation to appear before a parliamentary committee in the United Kingdom last month. The committee had requested him to...

Facebook Introduces A ‘Clear History’ Privacy Tool

05/01/2018, Facebook’s privacy tools and data practices have come under the microscope recently following the data privacy scandal that resulted in the personal information of millions of Facebook users being misused. Ahead of the company’s F8...

Twitter Gets Live ESPN Shows In New Deal

04/30/2018, Twitter is adding more content to its streaming lineup today with the announcement of a new deal that it has inked with Disney. Both companies have struck a deal that’s going to bring a variety of live shows to the microblogging network. The deal...

Unicef Australia Mining Cryptocurrency For Fund Raising

04/30/2018, Organizations like Unicef do a lot of good work across the globe but they always need funds to keep doing what they’re doing. These organizations are always looking out for new fundraising opportunities and now Unicef Australia has embraced...

Twitter Will No Longer Accept Ads From Russia’s Kaspersky Lab

04/22/2018, Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab, best known for its antivirus products, will no longer be able to run ads on Twitter, the micro-blogging network has confirmed. Twitter has decided to ban ads from Kaspersky Lab as the latter’s business model conflicts...

Flickr Has Been Sold To SmugMug

04/22/2018, Flickr was acquired by Yahoo in 2005 for $35 million but the former’s fate has been up in the air following Yahoo’s acquisition by Verizon in 2017 for $4.5 billion. It was combined with AOL in Oath and since then it has been unclear what...

AT&T’s New Live TV Streaming Service Will Cost $15

04/22/2018, Many companies have launched their own online TV streaming services over the past couple of years and AT&T is one of them. It launched DirecTV Now back in 2016 but if it feels a bit too expensive for your taste, you will be interested in knowing that...