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Mark Zuckerberg Has No Plans For A ‘Dislike’ Button

by RJ Kon December 15, 2014
Facebook, the social media giant, is the biggest platform users got for this decade and this might remain same for next few decades. It is said that way because Facebook has been constantly churning to get the best from all the services it can. It is introducing products for the website, modifying the existing and [...]
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YouTube Introduces a GIF-Maker, Allowing Embed Code

by RJ Kon December 14, 2014
YouTube the number one video streaming website has now introduce the new feature of making of GIFs for its videos. A user who wants to share his video on YouTube can select the gif option to give a overlook about the video. This new option lets users set a start and an end point on the [...]

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Facebook Graph Search Now Available On Mobile

by RJ Kon December 10, 2014
Facebook, the largest social network, is the repository of many memories for many people. It also has the events of our lives and the news around the globe. It has become over the years a hub of information. With so much of information it always difficult to find one specific info which is why search [...]
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Sway: Bing Image Search For Microsoft’s Presentation App

by RJ Kon December 5, 2014
Microsoft has been always the first to provide the best customer/user experience with its products. The regular updates for these products help the user a lot. Today Microsoft has announced that the Bing image search would be integrated to the the Office presentation app Sway. With this addition to the application the image search is [...]

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Twitter To Peek Into Your Downloaded Apps For Targeted Ads

by RJ Kon 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 [...]
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Experience New Ad-free Web Surfing With Google Contributor

by RJ Kon November 25, 2014
Advertisements are the only way to pass the message of the new product launch and its features to the masses with the minimum of the investment. It helps boosting the business to a greater extent. But what if the advertisements appear with every click you make while surfing the internet. Its quite irritating and frustrating [...]

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Twitter Introduces Search Service Through The Twitter Index

by RJ Kon November 23, 2014
It’s search time with the newly announced Twitter Index. The social media giant on Tuesday has announced that it has indexed and made searchable every public tweet made since the microblogging platform’s launch in 2006. The results from the search will be available through the “All” tab of search results generated by its Web client [...]
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Yahoo Makes A Deal With Mozilla To Drive Google Out of Race

by RJ Kon November 23, 2014
Yahoo is making moves to increase its search market share through various investments, acquisitions and deals. One such recent deal was between the internet giant and the web browser Firefox maker Mozilla Corp. According to the deal Yahoo will be made the default search engine for the web browser in the US. The idea of [...]
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New Facebook Update Lets You Choose The News Feed Content

by RJ Kon November 9, 2014
Facebook has been growing and is being updated timely for its users. Now it’s another day for a Facebook update. It is not new to have an update for the social networking website, but what makes this update noticeable is that it is quite helpful for its users. Read on to find about the new [...]

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Amazing Recreation of “Feel” of a City with Sound City Project

by RJ Kon October 28, 2014
Everybody must have had dreams to visit or even some would have even visited the places like New York, San Francisco, Stockholm or Oslo. But because of some reasons it wouldn’t have been possible. This is where the Sound City Project steps in to gives its user the real feel of the city of their [...]
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Twitter’s Big Plans with the New ‘Fabric’ for App Developers

by RJ Kon 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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AOL is Now Made Available on Google’s Android TV

by RJ Kon October 24, 2014
AOL has announced that its new app will be available on Google’s Android TV, the same day when the internet giant unveiled the first streaming media player that would run the new platform. AOL said that its library of premium content would help them in expanding the reach of its service. The company’s app include [...]
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No iCloud Breach: Says Apple After 40 Hours of Investigation

by RJ Kon September 3, 2014
Following days of speculation, Apple after successful investigation has said today that the hack of celebrity accounts did not include the breach of iCloud or Find My iPhone. Apple also said that the hackers obtained nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other female celebrities by pilfering images from individual accounts rather than through a broader [...]

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Google’s Wing Project Tests Drone Prototypes to Deliver Packages

by RJ Kon August 30, 2014
The omnipotent tech giant Google has established its “moonshot” lab Google X with a special purpose to produce technologically advanced machines useful for the mankind. Google has revealed that its lab has spent the last two years building a drone that can deliver goods across the country. The company has named this effort as Project [...]
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Facebook Introduces Changes for its Newfeed

by RJ Kon 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 [...]

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GoDaddy Acquires Mad Mimi to Perk-up Email Marketing

by Ranjan Yadavon August 25, 2014
GoDaddy, a Scottsdale, Arizona based web hosting giant founded in 1997, is buying an Israeli startup Mad Mimi to ramp-up its Email marketing services and to compete with Google. The purchase price of the deal is not yet given by the companies. Mad Mimi was founded in 2008 in Brooklyn by Gary Levitt, an immigrant to [...]
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Google Wins Over VG Media at German Federal Cartel Office

by Ranjan Yadavon August 24, 2014
Google Inc. has emerged victorious against a complaint brought by VG Media, at the Federal Cartel Office, Germany. VG Media had filed an objection against Mountain View, California based Google for giving users access to their news articles without paying the publishers any penny. Various German publishers, also comprising Axel Springer and Burda, initiated the [...]
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Google Buys Image Recognition Startup Jetpac for $3.2bn

by Ranjan Yadavon August 17, 2014
Google, Mountain View, California based tech behemoth, has recently acquired the image recognition startup firm Jetpac for $3.2billion. Jetpac, founded in 2011 has its HQ in San Francisco. Jetpac gathers information from the photos that users post on social networks – e.g. Instagram, Facebook – and via an advanced process of artificial intelligence it develops [...]

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3 business impacting benefits that you’ll never miss if you use website builders

by Gizmoration August 5, 2014
Even for the most experienced web designers, creating a site from scratch can often mean missing out on beneficial site and page features that the designer either may have forgotten or just didn’t know about. However, these implementations are rarely overlooked by site and layout tools, which can often lead to better traffic and sales [...]
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Google acquires the streaming music company Songza for $39M

by Nick Adamson July 2, 2014
Google is buying Songza, a popular music app, Long Island-based, founded in 2007. The 6-year-old company is run by Elias Roman, who won a $4.7 million funding round from Amazon, Lerer Ventures and music manager Scooter Braun in late 2013. The app recently got a makeover. On the version for Apple’s iPhone, for instance, you can now play music videos [...]

 
 
 
 

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