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Twitter Moments Can Now Be Created By Anyone

09/28/2016, Twitter launched the Moments feature about a year ago, it was certainly one of the biggest changes that the company made to its platform ever since it was launched. It enables users to follow along with sports, news, TV shows, and more with a curated...

Popular YouTube Ripping Site Gets Sued By Record Labels

09/27/2016, A popular YouTube ripping website which enabled people to convert YouTube videos to .mp3 audio files has been sued by a group of record labels which includes some big names like Sony Music, UMG and Warner Bros. The website – youtube-mp3.org –...

Register To Vote Easily Via Twitter

09/27/2016, The general elections are coming up in the United States and people who have yet to register to vote are continuously being reminded to use their right to help make a choice about their country’s future. Whoever wins will be in the White House for...

Plex Cloud Eliminates Need To Always Keep A PC On

09/26/2016, If you run a Plex Media Server on a PC then you need to keep it running so that you can always access the server, same goes for a NAS device that hosts a Plex server. The company is now eliminating that need with Plex Cloud. It will allow you to run a...

Google Search Could Soon Show Live Popular Business Times

09/25/2016, One of the features of Google Search is that when you search for particular businesses, such as restaurants, it will show you the opening hours as well as a graph that depicts when are the most popular times. For example a restaurant located in the...

Microsoft’s Bing App Now Supports AMP

09/25/2016, Nobody likes waiting, and even in today’s technological landscape where we have access to fast internet, it seems that it isn’t quite fast enough, which is why endeavors such as Facebook’s Instant Articles and Google’s AMP have launched, where...

Massive Yahoo Data Breach May Be Confirmed Soon

09/22/2016, Things might be about to get worse for the ailing tech company Yahoo. A new report claims that in the near future, Yahoo is going to confirm a massive security breach which ended up compromising personal information of hundreds of millions of its users....

YouTube Will Host Presidential Debate Live Streams As Well

09/21/2016, The election season is heating up the in the United States and both nominees will have their first one-on-one debate in the coming week. The debates are a great way to find out about a nominee’s position on various issues so there’s always a...

Twitter Will Also Live Stream Upcoming Presidential Debates

09/21/2016, Just yesterday we reported that ABC News and Facebook have teamed up to enable you to live stream the upcoming U.S. presidential debates. Twitter has been steadily improving its live streaming credentials as well so it’s throwing its hat in the...

Tumblr For The Web Now Supports Apple’s Live Photos

09/20/2016, In 2015, Apple introduced a new feature to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus: Live Photos. Basically you could think of this as an enhanced GIF, or a super short video clip which captures seconds before and after a photo was taken, thus giving it more context and...

Google’s Accelerated Pages Will Now Be Shown In Search Results

09/20/2016, Google’s answer to Facebook’s instant articles comes in the form of AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pages. It’s pretty much the same thing where clicking an article will load it instantly, versus normal websites in which users will have to wait for...

Twitter’s Longer Tweets Are Finally Here

09/19/2016, Twitter may have removed the 140 character limit from Direct Messages, but it’s still holding firm on this limit for regular tweets. There has been no indication from the company so far to suggest that it will even consider removing the limit that...

Google Drive Support Finally Comes To Outlook.com

09/18/2016, Microsoft has made sharing even easier for people who use its Outlook.com service by adding support for Google Drive. The Outlook for iOS and Android apps already provide Google Drive access to users but Microsoft hadn’t opened up Outlook on the web...