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Twitter Opts For Berlin for its German HQ

Twitter Opts For Berlin for its German HQ

Twitter has opted for Berlin as the location for its German HQ, reports Focus. We have already given the hint by the Jack Dorsey, company’s Executive Chairman, who said at the January’s DLD conference in Munich that company was hiring in Germany. So, the company has obvious plans to come… Read more »

YouTube Announces One Click Video Cleanup Tool

YouTube Announces One Click Video Cleanup Tool

Whenever you go for capturing something really amazing, funny, or hilarious with your camera, the quality of the video is the last thing you are thinking about. If you have got everything right while capturing a video, there are chances that you have in your hands the next “viral” gem…. Read more »

Twitter Finally Rolls Out Promoted Tweets for Mobile

Twitter Finally Rolls Out Promoted Tweets for Mobile

Twitter made an announcement late Tuesday that it was going to bring Promoted Tweets to mobile devices. Twitter mentioned about the Promoted Tweets last month. A with roll out already started, Promoted Tweets will soon join Promoted Accounts on users’ mobile devices. Moreover, advertisers are allowed to specify if they… Read more »

Twitter Ecosystem Hits 1.5 Million Apps

Twitter Ecosystem Hits 1.5 Million Apps

Twitter’s API account released a ‘fun fact recently, according to which, the company announced that its network has passed an impressive 1.5 million apps mark.  Looking at the progress of Facebook and its recent show with its IPO, we can easily disregard Twitter as a platform, but the latest announcement… Read more »

Yahoo Charges Facebook for Patent Infringement

Yahoo Charges Facebook for Patent Infringement

Yahoo has reportedly sued Facebook on Monday, filing a complaint against the social network that it violated 10 of its patents. Yahoo filed its company in the U.S. District Court in San Jose, California. In its complaint, Yahoo described that it innovated several features, such as messaging, news feed generation,… Read more »

Google+ Refreshes its Mobile Web Version

Google+ Refreshes its Mobile Web Version

Majority of the Google+ users prefer using mobile web version of the service than opting for Android or iOS apps to make posts on the social network. The mobile web version certainly offers users a smooth and more integrated experience for all of Google’s products. The native apps for Google+… Read more »

Facebook Makes it Harder to Post from Google Blogger

Facebook Makes it Harder to Post from Google Blogger

If you want to share a post on Facebook from your blog, you might find it hard to do so, in case you are using a Blogger site. The social networking giant has recently introduced a Captcha check, i.e. a dialog box appears whenever you attempt to post from a… Read more »

YouTube Now Offers Live Streaming to Members of its Nonprofit Program

YouTube Now Offers Live Streaming to Members of its Nonprofit Program

YouTube announced recently that it is going to open up the option to live-stream events to its Nonprofit Program. The announcement comes just after last week’s live-streamed day-long event, organized by the ONE Campaign and RED on World AIDS Day. The Nonprofit Program of YouTube offers charities the ability to… Read more »

Tajikistan Authorities Reinstate Access to Facebook

Tajikistan Authorities Reinstate Access to Facebook

Having being blocked for a week or so, Tajik authorities have finally reconsidered its previous decision of terminating access to Facebook in the country and restored access to Facebook again, according AFP reports. Facebook, along with three other websites, were blocked in the country, after authorities directed ISPs to restrict… Read more »

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