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Instagram Reverts Terms Of Service Following Scuffle

12/20/2012, After the bruises and burns it has suffered from the numerous criticisms and backlashes for allegedly claiming perpetual rights to sell the photographs of its users, Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom announced today that the photo-sharing service will...

Facebook Testing An Option To Allow Strangers To Send You Messages

12/20/2012, It looks as though Facebook has been thinking about its messaging services lately as earlier this month, they announced its Facebook Messenger application would no longer require a Facebook account to use. Now it’s announcing some updates to its...

Google Adds ‘See Inside’ Button In Search Results

12/19/2012, It wasn’t so long ago when Google introduced its Street View technology indoors. The result was Google Business Photos which basically shows you the interiors of a few stores in Google Maps. Today, Google is taking that milestone a bit further by...

Twitter Says You Can Now Download Your Archived Tweets

12/19/2012, Earlier this week, we mentioned that Twitter is beginning to allow its users to download their old tweets. The report was substantiated when a few users reported that a “Your Twitter Archive” option was found at the on-site settings menu....

Twitter Announces 200 Million Monthly Active Users

12/18/2012, After wrapping up the year with its 2012 Year On Twitter, and launching a foray of updates that included photo filters, new profile updates, and the capability to download tweets, the insanely popular micro-blogging service is announcing today that it now...

Updated Instagram terms of service shows early signs of monetization

12/18/2012, It was only a couple of days ago when it was revealed that Facebook had plans to monetize Instagram. However given the phrasing of their words, it seemed that this monetization strategy could still be a long way off and it was only in its planning stages,...

Cops Use Social Media To Bring Down 250-Member Gang

12/13/2012, Oh, the untapped powers of social media. Cops in Bushwick, Brooklyn were able to bust a 250-member gang by using social media as a tool to create fake profiles while adding gang members to their “friends” list. Young gang members, according to...

Google+ Hangouts Goes Strictly Politics In Japan

12/13/2012, In a bid to quickly address questions posed by voters in Japan, Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda together with political opponents, will be using Google+ Hangouts as the preferred tool for a Q&A forum, which will happen on Friday this week. Around 500...