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Why Facebook Keeps Pushing You to Go ‘Live’ With Video

From billboards to TV ads to endless notifications, Facebook is furiously promoting its live video feature as it tries to get more users to shoot and watch such videos. But will it be a big business for the social network? The prospects for advertisers are uncertain, and

Amazon Great Indian Sale to Feature Discounts on Apple, OnePlus, and More: What You Need to Know

HIGHLIGHTS The sale will start from August 9 Amazon Pay Balance only deals to be available during sale You can play “Guess Who” game on app for sneak peek at deals Amazon has announced that the e-retail website will be organising its Great Indian Sale from 12am IST (midnight) on

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome to the 201st edition of Android Apps Weekly! Here are your headlines from the last week: Google Duo passed the 100 million downloads mark this week. Google announced that the app has doubled its user base as well. We know it’s not the most popular video chat

Microsoft’s Path Guide App Lets You Navigate Indoors Without GPS, Wi-Fi

While we can easily navigate almost anywhere in the country with GPS-enabled navigation systems and apps like Google Maps, finding your way within large establishments like a mall or university is much harder. What exacerbates the problem is the frequent paucity of data and lack of GPS, Internet

This web design bundle will teach you everything from HTML to Flash

Every aspiring web designer needs to have a toolkit of skills totally mastered. With The Web Design CPD Certification Bundle, you can become an expert on the four essentials. You’ll master web programming languages HTML and CSS, create and edit images with Photoshop and use Dreamweaver to develop responsive

50 or More Posts on Facebook Could Get You Labeled as Fake News

If you use Facebook regularly to share news about your brand, product or service, you may want to make sure you don’t post too many updates in the future. Otherwise, you may run the risk of being labeled fake news. In a recent announcement, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) said that it was

R.I.P. Gchat: You Let Us Pretend We Were Working – and That We Were Really Connecting

HIGHLIGHTS Google has shut down its Google Talk (aka Gchat, Gtalk) chat service The Google Talk service came into existence back in 2005 Gtalk users will have to switch to Hangouts Gchat was born the day after Hurricane Katrina: Aug. 24, 2005. The latter made landfall in

Is Chrome OS right for you? A 3-question quiz to find out

Google’s Chrome OS is among the world’s most misunderstood computing platforms. Chromebooks are foundationally totally different from conventional PCs, in any case — and consequently, there are a whole lot of misconceptions about how they work and what they will and can’t do. Since individuals are all

IOS 11 BETA: SHOULD YOU DOWNLOAD APPLE’S NEW SOFTWARE FOR IPHONE AND IPAD?

Most of the new features are on the iPad, and it can be the perfect device for testing out the update / REUTERS/Stephen Lam Apple has released its iOS 11 beta to the public. That means everyone can get hold of the new software, months before it’s

Do You Know What it Feels Like to Get Hacked?

Hopefully your answers is “no”, and the intention of this blog is to keep you cyber safe in 2017. Remember the hack of the Ashley Madison site? The top 3 passwords used on that site were “123456”, “12345” and “password”. While there are no guarantees that malicious actors won’t get to your