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Google Daydream: How will it compete with others?

Google Daydream: How will it compete with others?

By Ajay Kadkol - May 24, 2016 02:37 PM EDT

Upcoming virtual-reality headsets based on Google's new Daydream VR system won't be as sophisticated as Facebook's Oculus Rift.

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Google to End Support for Flash in Chrome This Year

By Jenn Loro - May 18, 2016 11:33 AM EDT

Google is switching to HTML5 wherever possible following its decision to end support for Adobe’s Flash software. The software makes multimedia rich content run on a particular web page but a number of security holes make Flash vulnerable to exploitation by hackers.

Why Belgian Police are warning Facebook users about “Reactions”

Why Belgian Police are warning Facebook users about “Reactions”

By Ajay Kadkol - May 18, 2016 10:55 AM EDT

After the recent terror attacks that shook the entire European union. Belgian counter-terrorism unit police say that “You risk your privacy by expressing joy”.

People think there is more Left-wing News on Facebook

People think there is more Left-wing News on Facebook

By Ajay Kadkol - May 18, 2016 10:50 AM EDT

An online poll comes amid claims in US that Facebook staff working on its trending articles feature censored rightwing news.

How Facebook is helping the Golden State Warriors with tickets

How Facebook is helping the Golden State Warriors with Tickets

By Ajay Kadkol - May 18, 2016 10:23 AM EDT

Golden State Warriors, the part of the Western conference seems unstoppable on the courts but we also should tell you that they are unstoppable in terms of their branding too. The NBA's reigning champions, who advanced to the Western Conference Finals last night are also setting their trend on social media.

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Starbreeze Teams Up With Acer In Making VR Headsets

By Jenn Loro - May 18, 2016 10:07 AM EDT

Swedish virtual reality developer Starbreeze has recently teamed up with Taiwanese tech giant Acer in making the StarVR headset that compete directly with Facebook’s Oculus Rift and HTC’s Vive. The StarVR headset is reportedly designed for use in ‘location-based entertainment’ or theme parks owing to its outstanding wide field view that increases the immersive depth of VR experience.

U.S Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal is leaving the bench for Facebook

U.S Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal is leaving the bench for Facebook

By Ajay Kadkol - May 17, 2016 10:31 AM EDT

Paul Grewal, a magistrate judge who was serving currently in San Jose federal court, will now be supposedly leaving his post there to join social networking giants Facebook as deputy general counsel in charge of litigation. Grewal, who confirmed the move to Recode the site that broke the news had been on the bench since 2010. He has been on the court's technology and patent committees.

Facebook Messenger blocked in Saudi Arabia

Facebook Messenger blocked in Saudi Arabia

By Ajay Kadkol - May 17, 2016 10:31 AM EDT

You might have guessed it the instant the nation named was in the headline. A very strict and imperialistic regime in Saudi Arabia can induce any circumstances whether foreseen or unexpected.

Facebook is bringing 360-degree photos to News Feed

Facebook is bringing 360-degree photos to News Feed

By Ajay Kadkol - May 17, 2016 10:31 AM EDT

Facebook says it will let you upload and view 360-degree photos on mobile and the web in the coming weeks. This feature was secretly leaked by Zuckerberg himself where he showed the 360-degree video demo in one of his live video streams.

Facebook has more influence over Americans than any other media

Facebook has more influence over Americans than any other media

By Ajay Kadkol - May 17, 2016 10:31 AM EDT

It’s pretty obvious that Americans are the most present nationals on Facebook. Facebook if used on desktops/notebooks pretty much shoves up the entire trending topic tab on the right side of the browser.

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Mark Zuckerberg launches Investigation into Anti-Conservative Bias

By Ajay Kadkol - May 17, 2016 10:25 AM EDT

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has now responded to all accusations regarding the company's "trending" topics list were ultimately suppressing conservative media stating that the company would be conducting an internal investigation.

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YouTube Now Provides Messaging Feature in Mobile App

By Jenn Loro - May 14, 2016 11:25 AM EDT

In an effort to keep a hold on its massive audience, YouTube is experimenting a new messaging add-on that allows people to share and talk about video content without switching to other apps for other social networking purposes. The move comes at a time when many social media platforms are increasingly incorporating YouTube-like features to keep their user base from switching to rival apps.

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You Can Now Use WhatsApp Desktop In n Windows and Mac

By Jenn Loro - May 13, 2016 08:43 AM EDT

WhatsApp has just rolled out a native desktop app for both Windows and Mac users. Essentially a mobile-oriented application, WhatsApp still requires users to synch in their phones as a protection from potential hacking.

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Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg Talks About "Trending Topics"

By Zubera - May 13, 2016 08:42 AM EDT

Facebook stands for giving everyone a voice. We believe the world is better when people from different backgrounds and with different ideas all have the power to share their thoughts and experiences. That's what makes social media unique. We are one global community where anyone can share anything -- from a loving photo of a mother and her baby to intellectual analysis of political events.

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Facebook Bias: Social Networking Site Suppresses Conservative News

By Jenn Loro - May 13, 2016 08:42 AM EDT

Facebook is reportedly bias for suppressing conservative-oriented content in its trending news section according to Gizmodo article claiming the company is censoring information as per insider source who used to work as ‘news curator’ for the company. As a result of the media scandal, the US Senate has sent a letter addressed to Mark Zuckerberg to answer questions related to the purported content machinations.

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