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Twitter’s new water gun emoji replaces its gun emoji
Apr13

Twitter’s new water gun emoji replaces its gun emoji

Twitter has replaced its gun emoji to a water emoji. Apparently, this is an update that is aimed at sending the right message to the Twitter community that the microblogging company wants to get rid of harassment from its platform. The Twitter gun emoji is popular for the wrong reasons, and now Twitter has replaced it with a water gun emoji. That is more like it considering the number of issues it [the gun emoji] keeps generating on...

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Twitter is making progress over terrorist content; removes 1.2 million accounts
Apr05

Twitter is making progress over terrorist content; removes 1.2 million accounts

Twitter’s hammer has come down hard on 1.2 million accounts for terrorist-related content. This information is contained in the company’s latest Transparency Report. Since 2015, over 1.2 million accounts have been suspended by the microblogging company over issues that bother on terrorist content on its platform. The period in question is between July 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017. The report showed that 274,460 accounts were...

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Twitter launches a new live video sharing tool called Timestamps
Mar30

Twitter launches a new live video sharing tool called Timestamps

Fresh from expanding its 140-character limit for tweets to 240, Twitter still has its eyes fixed on keeping things rather short. This time, however, the microblogging outfit is rolling out a video sharing feature that lets you share what matters from those lengthy videos. Called Timestamps, the new feature is already live, and confirms Twitter’s renewed interest in breaking news and sharing information online. “Sometimes, we want to...

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Twitter is reportedly working on a Snapchat Discover-like feature
Mar17

Twitter is reportedly working on a Snapchat Discover-like feature

We might be looking at another big competitor to Snapchat’s Discover as Twitter is reportedly working on a feature that will focus on photos and videos tied to specific events, CNBC reports. Details are a bit sketchy at the moment, and there is nothing to suggest that the feature will be eventually launched by the microblogging company anytime soon. The feature, however, is aimed at encouraging users to share more photos and videos...

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Google will no longer allow cryptocurrency ads from June
Mar14

Google will no longer allow cryptocurrency ads from June

The heat is truly on, and very soon cryptocurrency will no longer get the kind of publicity it has been getting on the social media and other places online. Beginning from June 2018, cryptocurrency ads on Google will no longer be allowed. The ban will also affect all initial coin offerings (ICOs), wallets, and trading advice,” on its AdWords platform. Speaking to CNBC on plans to ban cryptocurrency-related ads on its AdWords platform,...

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