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YouTube to launch its own music streaming service next week
May18

YouTube to launch its own music streaming service next week

YouTube A new music streaming service from Google is coming soon—next week as a matter of fact. YouTube Music is the new streaming service Google is set to launch next week, and will become an addition to an already saturated field. The exact launch date according to the company’s official blog is May 22nd. YouTube Music just as the name suggests, will be dedicated solely for music—including songs, albums, playlists and artist radio....

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Instagram will let you share feed posts as stickers to Stories
May18

Instagram will let you share feed posts as stickers to Stories

When you come across something in feed that inspires you — like a post from a friend raising money for a cause or a photo of a new design from your favorite brand — you can now quickly share that post as a sticker to your story for your friends and followers to see. The Facebook subsidiary rolled out the new update on Thursday, which sort of changes the way you have always used Stories. Instagram wants to make its own version of...

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LinkedIn rolls out “How you Match” tool for job seekers
May16

LinkedIn rolls out “How you Match” tool for job seekers

LinkedIn’s main priority when it comes to meeting the needs of users has always been to help them achieve their career goals. Whether you are a job seeker or gainfully employed, the Microsoft subsidiary is always providing you with the required basic tools to move to the next level career-wise. Earlier in the week, the professional social media company rolled out a new tool to help job seekers assess how qualified they are for a...

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Twitter’s latest plan to tackle trolls will hide abusive content
May15

Twitter’s latest plan to tackle trolls will hide abusive content

Twitter is not giving up on putting trolls in their right place—the company’s latest effort will probably bury abusive content so that users will no longer see them. The microblogging company said it has developed a new system that will deal with “troll-like” behavior. The latest effort from Twitter will effectively identify those users or accounts that usually disrupt public conversation on its platform, and subsequently have their...

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Facebook suspends 200 problematic apps for misusing user data
May14

Facebook suspends 200 problematic apps for misusing user data

Facebook has come down heavily on around 200 apps for misusing user data. Recall that the social media behemoth had promised to conduct a full-scale investigation into the recent Cambridge Analytical data scandal. The scandal you would recall sept through the internet like a tornado; but Facebook had since been making some sweeping changes. The company through its VP of product partnerships, Ime Archibong announced on Monday that the...

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YouTube introduces new controls to remind you to stop watching videos
May13

YouTube introduces new controls to remind you to stop watching videos

We all know how Google always wants to be your big brother on the internet—one that always wants to protect your “interest.” I had to check to be very sure of the information when I saw it, but it is actually true—YouTube actually wants to allow you to take advantage of its latest tools that reminds you to limit your viewing. The new tools will allow you to set limits on your viewing. In other words, you will receive reminders telling...

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