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Duggar Family News Update: Anna Revealed More About Being Hurt With Josh’s Molestation Scandal Amidst Rumors Of Being Ignored By His Family

By Jenn Loro - Apr 12, 2016 01:01 PM EDT

Josh Duggar's absence in the photos for the Duggars' National Siblings Day created a controversy among their fans.

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Facebook Introduces Chatbot and Live Chat APIs In Messenger At F8 Conference

By Jenn Loro - Apr 10, 2016 09:03 AM EDT

Rumored insider reports suggest that Facebook is planning to expand its Messenger for Business platform by offering chatbots and other live chat APIs to clients to improve efficiency in responding to customer requests, orders, and inquiries. The social network’s chat app has now more than 900 million users sending more than a billion messages across its platform.

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Legend of Zelda Wii U Release Date and News: Nintendo Shuts Down Fan-Made Game

By Jenn Loro - Apr 10, 2016 09:01 AM EDT

A fan-based tribute remake of the classic ‘Legend of Zelda’ game has been recently taken offline after strong-worded request from Nintendo citing copyright infringement. The shutdown follows an incident back in March when fan-legacy tribute version for the 1998 ‘Metal Gear Solid’ was also cancelled on similar grounds.

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Duggar Family News Update: Reality TV Family Accused Of Scripting Episodes And Hiring Actors For Spinoff

By Jenn Loro - Apr 07, 2016 11:42 AM EDT

The Duggars credibility has been questioned this week as a man from Arkansas took the limelight when he shared that he was hired as one of the actors in Jill and Jessa: Counting On spinoff.

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Wentworth Miller Reveals Suicidal Tendencies Amidst Fat-Shaming Internet Memes

By Jenn Loro - Mar 29, 2016 11:49 AM EDT

Wentworth Miller's funny fat-shaming meme got viral in the Internet this week. The Prison Break actor, however, did not stay silent and instead, wrote an emotional essay explaining the deeper struggles that surround his fat boy picture.

Facebook Apologizes for Satety Check System Glitch After Pakistan Bombing

Facebook Apologizes for Satety Check System Glitch After Pakistan Bombing

By Daniel Lee - Mar 28, 2016 11:39 PM EDT

When Taliban bombing at a crowded park in the city of Lahore happened which killed 70 people and injured more than 300, Facebook's Safety Check made an error by sending notification to users as far away as the U.S. and the U.K.

Former Contestant, Erin Storm, Dies At 41

The Bachelor Updates: Former Contestant, Erin Storm, Dies At 41

By Jenn Loro - Mar 25, 2016 09:25 PM EDT

Former Bachelor contestant, Erin Storm, met an ill-fated private plane crash while going solo on an ultralight glider-like plane. The 41-year old pilot was last seen on Matt Grant season of the hit reality dating show for several episodes until she was finally dumped by Grant on the third week.

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Increased Use Of Social Media Predicts Depression

By R. Siva Kumar - Mar 23, 2016 02:41 PM EDT

Scientists find that increased use of social media are ringing the alarm bells for depression.

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FBI Determined To Unlock iPhone Without Apple's Help

By Jenn Loro - Mar 23, 2016 06:57 AM EDT

In a surprising turn of events, the US Justice Department asked the court to cancel its Tuesday hearing regarding its controversial attempt to force Apple to hack into the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino attackers using new software. With the temporary respite from the legal tussle, FBI cautiously hopes that the potential workaround would give them results without Apple’s help.

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Facebook Users In Pakistan And India Change Their Profile Picture Frames To Express Their Cause

By Jenn Loro - Mar 19, 2016 11:10 AM EDT

Fans from rival cricketing nations, India and Pakistani, swapped each other’s flag colors using Facebook’s profile picture frames feature to foster unity amid simmering rivalry. The hashtag #ProfileforPeace has since become a trend in days ahead of the ICC World Twenty cricket tournament

Checking your Smartphone Often May be a Sign of Impulsiveness

Checking your Smartphone Often May be a Sign of Impulsiveness

By Kanika Gupta - Mar 19, 2016 08:16 AM EDT

A new study says that people who check their smartphones often have very strong impulses and do not like delayed gratification.

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Instagram's New Feature Of Facebook-Like News Feeds Made Users Furious

By Jenn Loro - Mar 17, 2016 07:51 AM EDT

Instagram shifts to Facebook-like personalized newsfeed to make content more relevant to users. However, the image-sharing platform may run the risk of alienating a segment of its diehard users who prefer the chronological order of posts.

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WhatsApp To Cut Legacy OS Support For Nokia, Blackberry And Windows Starting 2016

By Jenn Loro - Mar 01, 2016 10:03 AM EST

Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp has recently announced its decision to end support for mobile platforms running on legacy operating systems by the end of the year.

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Mark Zuckerberg Will Make Livestreaming A Top Priority On Facebook

By Jenn Loro - Feb 28, 2016 03:42 PM EST

Facebook Exec Mark Zuckerberg is currently ‘obsessed’ with livestreaming service which would enable users to live broadcast videos to families and friends.


Facebook Canvas Is Here For Your 'Instant' Interactive Ads

By Jenn Loro - Feb 28, 2016 03:42 PM EST

Mobile marketing just gets more interactive as Facebook rolled out Canvas- a media-rich immersive platform that combines a number of features that make advertising a worthwhile social media experience.

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