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Fullscreen’s Streaming Service Arrives Next Month

03/30/2016, Fullscreen, a popular media company whose creators have a combined audience of more than 600 million subscribers across YouTube and other networks, has announced today that its planned video-on-demand streaming service for mobile devices is going to be...

CNBC’s Password Security Exercise Goes Horribly Wrong

03/30/2016, This is a case of irony on an epic scale. CNBC ran an article yesterday to promote strong password practices. The article contained a tool in which people could type their passwords to test their strength. That’s where it all went horribly wrong...

Tumblr Introduces Revamped Notes, Brings Back Replies

03/28/2016, Tumblr has introduced a revamped notes feature today. The design will enable users to follow conversations easily as they will be able to apply filters to sort the content they’re viewing. Instead of having to see all replies, likes and reblogs...

Explore The New Batcave In Google Street View

03/27/2016, One of the most highly anticipated movies of 2016 is now in theatres across the globe. Batman v Superman brings us Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne and with a new Batman comes a new Batcave. Even if you’ve not gone in to see the movie yet you’ll...

Microsoft’s AI Chatbot Becomes Racist, Has To Be Unplugged

03/24/2016, Microsoft introduced a chatbot yesterday called Tay. The company was running an experiment in conversational understanding, meaning that the more people interacted with the artificial intelligence-powered chatbot the smarter it would become. I don’t...

Facebook Testing Tool Which Flags Fake Accounts

03/24/2016, It’s easy to make accounts on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. You might only make one but you might not even know if someone makes a fake account under your name. Given the fact that all of us lead such connected lives right now, any...

PornHub Jumps On The VR Bandwagon With Dedicated Channel

03/23/2016, While 3D was initially thought to offer up an immersive experience, if anything it does feel like it paved the road for virtual reality to become mainstream, but that being said, virtual reality is the craze at the moment and appears to be the new way in...

Amazon Starts Selling Comcast Services

03/21/2016, You can buy almost anything on Amazon, anything from clothes to perfumes to fresh groceries and even handyman services. The online retailer has got you covered. Now, though, it’s selling something quite unexpected. Amazon has started selling Comcast...

Facebook And Twitter Reportedly Interested In Streaming Live TV

03/18/2016, While TV stations and other more conventional methods of watching TV used to rule back in the day, these days with people becoming increasingly connected and mobile, streaming platforms have shifted to the internet, onto our computers, and our mobile...

Microsoft Wants To Get Chrome Extensions Working On Edge

03/18/2016, In the latest Windows 10 test build, Microsoft finally introduced extensions to its Edge browser. Not many are available right now, but we suppose it’s a good start. However given that different browsers are made differently, just because one extension...

Google Wants More Mobile-Friendly Websites

03/17/2016, Given how many of us have access to smartphones, it isn’t surprising that many of us also spend a lot of time surfing websites on our smartphones and tablets. Unfortunately websites designed for the desktop don’t necessarily play well with smaller...

Encrypted Email Service ProtonMail Now Open To All

03/17/2016, There has been a greater push to adopt encryption following the disclosures by Edward Snowden. He blew the whistle on the government’s electronic spying programs and now most users are trying to shift to services that they believe have a better...

Google Adds Metronome Card To Search

03/16/2016, Want to find out the answer to a calculation but you’re too lazy to type it yourself? You can just paste in the formula and Google will be able to spit the answer back out to you. Want to know the weather? Just put it into Google and you will get the...