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Google Reportedly To Launch Photo App With Better Privacy

by Rajesh Ksskon June 17, 2015
Google, the Internet giant is reportedly to launch photo app similar to the Google + image but with enhance privacy controls. This is in accordance with the images leaked by Android Police. According to the report the app is called Google Photos. This would be launched to the Android platform at first and would be […]

Now Periscope Lets You Sign Up With Just A Phone Number

by Eric Brownon May 12, 2015
The update was announced in a Medium post a short while ago and signed by Team Periscope. Now you can use your phone number to sign up for Periscope, with no need for a Twitter account at all. While Twitter still recommends you sign up through a Twitter account so it can use your social graphs to find people […]

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Facebook at Work App Wants To Make Your Office Life Better

by Ranjan Yadavon January 15, 2015
Facebook has introduced a new Facebook at Work app that brings FB to the usage in a particular office of a company. Facebook’s a new app aims to increase the FB’s presence inside companies and places of work. The new app seems identical to Facebook’s core product, but it preserves posts privately inside a specific […]

BasedGamer.com Will Change Games Journalism Forever

by Ranjan Yadavon January 10, 2015
BasedGamer.com is meant to change in the games industry forever. Coming from Vancouver, British Columbia, it is dubbed as the RottenTomatoes of the gaming industry. The idea is to give the gamers voice a good platform since it has now become more prominent via social media, game forums, and aggregator websites, gamers demand a strong […]

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Ericsson Consumer LAB, Consumer Trends in 2015

by Ranjan Yadavon December 23, 2014
The Ericsson Consumer LAB’s report on the top Consumer Trends in 2015 has been released recently. The anticipated trends that the report indicates are as mentioned below, among others. 1.) Streamed Future: World over, internet users are resorting to follow one culture, video streaming. More than three-quarters of consumers browse the internet  and half use […]

IBM To Enter The Email Service Competition with Verse

by Rajesh Ksskon December 2, 2014
IBM is the powerhouse of innovation and premier services to its customers and users. This tech giant has now come up with yet another interesting service. It is the next generation email client and is called as the Verse. It is designed to enrich email with social media and analysis. Earlier this month the private […]


Twitter To Peek Into Your Downloaded Apps For Targeted Ads

by Rajesh Ksskon November 30, 2014
Twitter is pushing hard to get the most out its resources by target ads. With this it is ramping up its advertising efforts with a help from your data. The recent announcement from the company tells that it will collect information about the apps that you download in order to provide a “more personal Twitter […]

Xbox One’s Latest Update Comes With Twitter Integration

by Rajesh Ksskon November 10, 2014
To all the Twitter lovers who are also Xbox lovers here is a good news. The November update for the system will offer new Twitter integration feature. This new update will let the players of the Xbox to live Tweet game clips and screen shots, and also keep track of tending Live TV shows. The […]
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Twitter’s Big Plans with the New ‘Fabric’ for App Developers

by Rajesh Ksskon October 27, 2014
Twitter, a couple of days back has released a new software development kit at the developers conference. It is called as Fabric. It definitely is the friendliest platform till date for all the mobile app developers. It does a lot of pretty cool things. But what is significant in knowing about a platform that is […]

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Facebook Introduces Changes for its Newfeed

by Rajesh Ksskon August 26, 2014
Facebook, there are few people who does not know what this is and we can count their number of fingers. The number of subscribers for this has been on the rise from its inception. The website has been undergoing number of changes to improve the user experience on the website making it more user friendly […]

Tunepics is the next Instagram, but with mood music

by Matthew Lucason May 22, 2014
There is a new social media network in town, which is called Tunepics, launched on Wednesday. With this new Tunepics iOS app, users can feature a song with every image they share. Users can search from more than 35 million songs on iTunes. If users decide they like the song enough to buy it form Apple, Tunepics will […]

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Facebook Rumored To Buy Drones Company To Connect Africa To Internet

by Matthew Lucason March 5, 2014
Facebook is in talks to buy a drone company called Titan Aerospace for $60 million, according to TechCrunch. The acquisition would reportedly further the efforts of Internet.org, a coalition of mobile technology companies spearheaded by Facebook that is working to bring Internet access to the 5 billion or so people around the world without it. The fact is, Titan […]
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Sell Your House Fast Using Social Media

by Gizmoration August 16, 2013
If you decide to sell your house yourself, you have to think big. This doesn’t just mean an ad in the local paper or even a board outside your house. You need to reach thousands of people, most of whom you have never met and the best way to do this is to use social […]


The Top 5 Social Media Apps

by Chris Murphyon May 9, 2013
Since the advent of the mobile phone, a brand new spectrum of technology has not only sprung into existence, but emerged at the forefront of the information revolution. From the branded applications put out by big businesses to the free games offered by first-time designers, mobile applications are a phenomenal asset to the modern consumer […]
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4 Things Every Band Needs in the Digital Era

by Chris Murphyon May 6, 2013
Making music has never been easier with bands and singers (ahem, Justin Bieber) getting famous just from YouTube. However, just because technology is rampant doesn’t mean that musicians are using it all to their advantage. There are a few things every band needs in order to up their exposure in all the right ways. For […]

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The White House Now On Tumblr!

by Nick Adamson April 29, 2013
The White House is now on Tumblr! The Obama Administration has always been very tech savvy, even before they took control of the White House and they have always had a strong presence on all forms of social media through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and now most recently Tumblr. Tumblr is a microblogging website which allows […]
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New Discovery Feature in Twitter’s Future

by Anna Johnsonon April 26, 2013
Twitter is currently working on an in-app feature that will allow users to discover tweets based on location. Twitter has just been testing the feature within the company and has not revealed the full potential of the app. However, this new discovery feature would be a big step forward for the social media app. Twitter’s […]
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Patton Oswalt’s Social Media Praised – Post Boston Bombing

by Anna Johnsonon April 16, 2013
After tragedy struck with bombs detonating at the finish line of Monday’s Boston Marathon, actor/comedian Patton Oswalt utilized social media to put the situation in perspective. Twitter and Facebook feeds were flooded with users, celebrities, athletes, businesses and organizations, and even Twitter parody accounts showing their support for those effected by the Boston bombings. Oswalt […]

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Twitter to Launch New Music App This Week

by Anna Johnsonon April 15, 2013
The software development company We Are Hunted was acquired by Twitter late in 2012. Founded by Stephen Phillips, Richard Slatter and Michael Doherty, We Are Hunted created internet search technology that finds new music trending on web sites and search engines.  The acquisition was kept secret until early last week when We Are Hunted announced the deal […]
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Conflicts on Facebook Affecting Real Life?

by Nick Adamson April 12, 2013
Facebook conflict and other types of online conflict appear to be affecting our real lives, according to a survey conducted by a corporate training company called VitalSmarts. Out of the 2,698 respondents, they found that 78% reported using rude behaviors online. These behaviors included things like addressing disagreements, mistakes others have made, and complaints on […]