Facebook now celebrates birthdays with Videos

Facebook intends to make everyone’s birthday celebrations more engaging by rolling out its Birthday Recap Video feature. The feature is quite like the Memories video feature & has a pre-set birthday-related theme taken from the […]

IPhone reaches 1billion users

Apple just sold its billionth iPhone last week, indicating that though its sales have declined in the quarter, Apple still has large numbers backing it. Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the milestone during an employee […]

Facebook approaching 2Bn Users

Facebook just posted its second quarter earnings for investors & reported 6.44 bn in revenue & 2.05 bn in profit. That’s a 59% increase over the 4.04 bn in revenue during the same period last […]

Norway is constructing floating bridge

Norway is constructing “submerged floating bridges” which will cover a vast stretch of the nation’s coastline. The bridge will shorten a journey which would normally take 21 hours down to just 10 hours. The bridges […]

Whatsapp adds Olympics emoji

WhatsApp has had a silent update to its emoji list with an Olympics emoji which is available on WhatsApp Web & the latest versions of the app. For Web & Android users, the emoji is […]

Facebook still trying to copy snapchat

Facebook has been trying to imitate Snapchat for a while now & has had to scrap several of its imitators. They’ve recently been testing their “Quick Updates” app which is a feature where updates don’t […]

Uber barred from operating in Oxford

Taxi drivers are celebrating a victory over Uber after the firm was barred from launching in Oxford. Uber applied to operate in the city after 50,000 people tried to access the service there in a year, […]

How to get verified on Twitter

Hello. Do you consider yourself popular and important enough to have a blue tick sitting beside your twitter handle? First, you need to be a person of public interest (you need to have a following […]

Google Dabbles in Post-Quantum Cryptography

Google last week announced an experiment with post-quantum cryptography in Chrome. A small fraction of connections between Google’s servers and Chrome on the desktop will use a post-quantum key-exchange algorithm in addition to the elliptic-curve […]

US Pummels ISIS in Online Combat

The U.S. government’s campaign to counter the Islamic State’s social media presence is bearing fruit, the Associated Press reported Saturday. More anti-ISIS content than pro-ISIS content is appearing on the Net by a ratio of […]

Parsing the Clinton Email Scandal

TechNewsWorld > Tech Buzz | Next Article in Tech Buzz OPINION Parsing the Clinton Email Scandal Print Email By Rob Enderle Jul 11, 2016 9:57 AM PT I’ve been watching the Clinton email scandal closely, […]

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