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Salesforce wants the EU to stop Microsoft from finalising the LinkedIn deal
Sep30

Salesforce wants the EU to stop Microsoft from finalising the LinkedIn deal

Salesforce is right about now trying to convince the European Union to block the deal that would see Microsoft formally takeover LinkedIn, reports various sources. Recall that Salesforce competed neck to neck with Microsoft, before the former lost out to the software giant. Microsoft eventually won the bid, which cost them a whopping $26.2 billion—representing the company’s biggest purchase. Salesforce Chief Legal Officer Burke...

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Twitter Moments now open to everyone to create stories with tweets
Sep29

Twitter Moments now open to everyone to create stories with tweets

One of the reasons Twitter introduced Moments in 2015 was to help attract more users to its service. However, a lot of users criticize the fact that the company limited its use to a select few partners and a couple of people at the company’s headquarters. Twitter listened, and in August, announced a change in plans. The company announced back then that it was opening Moments to everyone—first to more influencers and companies, and...

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Facebook is adding more features to its Analytics for Apps
Sep29

Facebook is adding more features to its Analytics for Apps

Facebook wants to help developers even more, and this time, the social media behemoth is adding more feature to its Analytics for Apps, which was released earlier this year. By helping developers with more features to use, Facebook is also helping itself grow its user base. Among other changes, Analytics for Apps can now track cross platform metrics in one dashboard. This isn’t new actually, since you could previously track metrics...

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Twitter rolls out new DM feature to assist voters with registration
Sep28

Twitter rolls out new DM feature to assist voters with registration

It’s an election year, and a lot of tech companies are competing to gain the attention of every voter. Despite rumors of sales and bids, Twitter doesn’t want to be left out, and has rolled out a new feature to assist voters with registration. The new feature will allow you send direct message to the company’s @Gov Twitter account—a move that will enable you receive voter registration assistance. Conversation or any form of assistance...

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Google’s “YouTube Go” is a new app for saving videos for offline viewing
Sep27

Google’s “YouTube Go” is a new app for saving videos for offline viewing

Running low on data? No worries—Google has a new app called YouTube Go. The new app is designed for users living in regions where broadband connectivity is limited—and that includes India. Not a coincidence that Google has opted to begin the test of the new app with users in India where broadband connection is very limited. YouTube Go, according to Google’s announcement, is aimed at helping you share videos without burning your data....

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Boost your brand’s Twitter popularity by following in the footsteps of your rivals
Sep26

Boost your brand’s Twitter popularity by following in the footsteps of your rivals

Following in your competitor’s footsteps to making huge profits on Twitter is what most big players do. Why would a brand launch similar product a couple of hours or days after its biggest rival did? Brands watch and observe with keen interest what their rivals do on the social media with a view to replicating similar thing. This is especially helpful to brands struggling to keep their customers happy. Instagram introduced a...

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