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Facebook Testing ‘Satire’ Tag To Remove Confusion

08/17/2014, It happens often that some image, video or post goes viral on Facebook only for us to find out a couple of days later that the entire thing was a hoax. There are certain websites out there that exclusively publish satire that is so cleverly written that...

OneNote Co-Authoring Feature Improved

08/14/2014, Microsoft today released an update for OneNote, a tool that’s increasingly becoming popular for taking notes, tracking work items and more. Over the past few months we have seen Microsoft contribute a lot of time and resources towards this product,...

Twitter Counts 23 Million Bots Among Its Users

08/12/2014, Last month when Twitter hinted that it has a bit of a bot problem many of us wondered exactly what the numbers were on this. Today we get a much more clear picture of this problem thanks to a filing that Twitter has made with the Security & Exchange...

Facebook Looking To Ban Incentivized Page Likes

08/08/2014, How often have you come across a game where the developers offer you in-game rewards if you were to go to its Facebook page and “Like” it? We’re sure more often than you’d like to think. It is understandable why developers do this – after...

Internet Celebs Rank Higher Amongst Teens Than Traditional Celebs

08/08/2014, While we reckon it is still valid, there are many out there who would get excited at seeing a celebrity actor or musician. After all there are some who would love to rub shoulders with the rich and famous. However thanks to the internet and YouTube, just...

13-Year Old Comes Up With A Way To Fight Cyberbullying And Trolls

08/08/2014, We’re sure many of you guys have come across internet trolls more than once in your life. They can be annoying, and sometimes unknowingly the things we say can pass off as being troll-like as well. Thanks to the internet and relative anonymity, we can...

Google Will Bump Ranking Of Websites That Use HTTPS

08/07/2014, As one of the largest online companies with a full suite of different products security is no laughing matter for Google. The company invests considerable time and resources to ensure that folks using its services have a secure connection to its...

Twitch Introduces Audio Recognition To Videos On Demand

08/06/2014, If you’ve ever browsed YouTube, chances are you might have stumbled upon a video or two where the audio has been completely muted. This usually happens when YouTube detects that the video has used a copyrighted song that it wasn’t supposed to use....

64-bit Chrome Beta Makes Its Way Onto OS X

08/05/2014, Heads up OS X users, if you were a little jealous that Windows users got to enjoy the 64-bit version of Chrome, you’re in luck because Google has rolled out a new beta of Chrome designed for OS X in mind. Dubbed Chrome Canary, it basically takes...

Sad Tweets Will Show Tweets By You That Did Not Quite Make It

08/05/2014, We’re sure there’s a point when you tweeted something you thought was hilarious or meaningful, only to have it “fail” in the sense that there are no favorites or retweets about what you just said. It’s hard to explain but that’s just the way...

Google Explains Technology Behind Child Porn Discovery In Gmail

08/05/2014, So yesterday we reported on a somewhat victorious case in which thanks to Google, a sex offender was arrested. However it seems the method in which he was found out has led some to question Google’s tactics. In case you missed out on yesterday’s...

Leak Is A Service That Will Send Anonymous Emails On Your Behalf

08/04/2014, Ever had something to get off your chest but you couldn’t bring yourself to do it because you were afraid of the repercussions? Well if you are, then you might be interested to learn that there is a new email service called Leak which basically helps...

Post On 4Chan Forums Auctioned Off On eBay For $90,000

08/04/2014, There are some things in life that have been passed off as art that has left many scratching their heads in bewilderment, but then again the statement “art is subjective” sort of makes it “OK”. Well here’s something for you guys to consider...