Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Facebook Adds “Save” Feature for News Articles

I'll be honest, Facebook's news streaming capability is one of the few things keeping me on the platform any more. It's another continuously updated source of current events and opinion pieces...

Google Launches Hangouts Capture Tool: Taking Screenshots was Never this Simple

Google has just released a new app for its popular video chat service, Google+ Hangouts. The new feature allows users to take screenshots whenever they want with just one click. Hangouts...

Castle in the Sky Breaks Twitter Record

Twitter just hit a new record for tweets per second revealed by the company yesterday. The 143,199 tweets-per-second record was set thanks to the airing of a particularly famous anime film.       Castle...

New York Mayor To Times Square Superheroes: Play By The Rules And Prepare To...

New York City mayor Bill de Blasio may have held a press conference on July 28 to talk about the recent death of Eric Garner, but one journalist’s question led him...

Yahoo’s New Logo Fails to Impress

Yahoo’s ’30 days of Change’ campaign came to an end last week on September 5th, and the company concluded by unveiling its final, new logo. Unfortunately, it failed. The internet major began...

Netflix Users Abroad Beware! Media Giant to Block VPN Users

Paid video-streaming website, Netflix, will reportedly halt service for residents outside North America and Europe. Though officially, Netflix only services to those two continents, sneaky tv and movie enthusiasts abroad have...

Samsung confirms Galaxy Win: A mid-range quad-core device

After the leaks last week, Samsung has officially announced (or admitted to) a new mid range device – The Galaxy Win. Samsung China announced the device today, along with two other devices...
Blockchain Technology

How Blockchain Technology and Crypto Currencies are Changing Major Industries

  2018 will mark the ten-year anniversary of the inception of Bitcoin, a form of crypto currency that is currently valued around $90 billion. While Bitcoin and several other crypto currencies are...

Microsoft Will Pull The Plug on Windows XP Come April 2014

Just a year from now and Microsoft will pull the plug on one of its most popular desktop OS's, Windows XP. This will leave the users, who still love the Operating...

Microsoft pays $100,000 Bounty for Security Exploit Discovery

Microsoft has doled out a $100,000 bounty for pointing out security exploits and flaws in its Windows 8.1 operating system. The cash is going to James Forshaw, head of vulnerability research...

GEEK NEWS

Top Five Database Management Trends for 2019

Over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is created on a daily basis. For most business owners, finding a way to collect data and analyze...

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