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Facebook Reactions Global Release Confirmed

01/27/2016, Facebook has been testing a new feature called Reactions since last year, the feature has already been rolled out to users in several countries, and the social network did say that if the response was positive it would release this feature globally. For...

Google Glass Related Social Media Accounts Have Been Shut Down

01/27/2016, When Google announced that they would be ending the first-gen Glass wearable, they were also quick to announce that a new one would be in the works. However recently Google has made some changes that has us questioning the future of the project, namely...

Google Powers The Next Republican Debate

01/26/2016, The final Republican debate prior to the 2016 primary season is going to take place just two days from today which is why Google sees it fit to unveil some new initiatives that it has come up with to make it easier for Americans and everybody interested...

Beware Of This Link That’s Crashing Smartphones

01/25/2016, You should always be careful when clicking links on the internet, it doesn’t take long to find yourself in a situation where your personal information can be potentially at risk, however, you should be particularly careful about clicking on links...

Google Blocked 780 Million ‘Bad Ads’ In 2015

01/25/2016, Millions of people around the world use ad-blocking software when surfing the web because they don’t want to see any advertisements. However, there’s a larger issue here that needs to be debated. Countless publishers rely on advertisements to...

WhatsApp Wants To Share Your Data With Facebook

01/22/2016, As many of you guys know, Facebook owns WhatsApp, and for the longest time ever both apps and platforms remained relatively independent of each other, but that could soon change. According to a recent discovery by developer Javier Santos (via Cult of...

Researchers Want To Teach Computers To Detect Sarcasm

01/22/2016, Sarcasm when done in real-life can be pretty obvious as it is often accompanied by eye-rolling, the tone of voice, and body language to indicate that what was said wasn’t said in seriousness. Unfortunately sarcasm online doesn’t translate too well. In...

Mozilla’s Ex-CEO Launches Brave Browser With Built-In Ad Blocking

01/21/2016, Right now if you wanted to block ads on websites, you’d need to install browser extensions such as Adblock. However if you wanted a newer and potentially faster browser that can block ads as well, then you might be interested to check out the Brave...

Study Finds You Can’t Count On Most Of Your Facebook Friends

01/21/2016, If you’re the type of person who has a relatively small Facebook network, don’t worry about it because according to a study conducted by the Oxford University, it turns out that you can’t count on a good majority of them anyway. In fact according to...

How To Loop/Repeat Videos On Youtube

01/21/2016, Sometimes there are some songs or videos on YouTube that are so addictive that you just want to keep watching non-stop, or at least until you’re so sick of it that you never want to hear it ever again. However YouTube did not come with an auto-repeat...

Facebook’s Sports Stadium Lets Sports Fans Chat In Real Time

01/21/2016, Ideally you’d like to be at home or in a sports bar or cafe watching your favorite team play live, surrounded by drinks, food, and friends. Unfortunately sometimes circumstance is such that you might not have that luxury, but the good news is that...

Nielsen Wants To Know What TV Shows You Talk About On Facebook

01/20/2016, A couple of weeks ago, it was suggested that Twitter wanted to display your tweets alongside ads. Basically if you were praising a product or service, Twitter could be interested in showing your tweets with the ad, kind of like you’re endorsing it....

Google’s Brotli Data Compression Could Be Coming To Chrome

01/20/2016, Last year in September, Google announced that they have developed a new algorithm called Brotli. This algorithm is supposed to help with data compression on the web, meaning that things will load faster while saving data, which might come especially...