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Facebook Eyeing Up to Hire China’s Top Grads

Facebook Eyeing Up to Hire China’s Top Grads

Regardless of the fact that the Chinese government has blocked Facebook in the country, the social networking giant is still looking forward to have China’s top graduate for its workforce. Facebook reportedly consulting China’s top universities with an aim to develop a more diverse and multi-cultured US-based team. According to… Read more »

LinkedIn Buys Gmail Contextual Contact Plugin Rapportive

LinkedIn Buys Gmail Contextual Contact Plugin Rapportive

Rapportive has announced in one of its blog post that LinkedIn has acquired the plugin. The plugin provides users context regarding to their contacts within Gmail. It is available in the form a plugin that substitutes sidebar within Gmail. According to the terms of the deal, Rapportive will now be… Read more »

Twitter Examining Auto-Translate Feature

Twitter Examining Auto-Translate Feature

The number of Twitter users increasing day in and day out. With such a massive growth, it is natural for a social network to roll out an option that enables users to read tweets beyond their native language. Yes, Twitter is bringing something special for its users all over the… Read more »

YouTube Introduces Non-Profit Simulator

YouTube Introduces Non-Profit Simulator

One of the world’s largest online video sharing communities, YouTube has launched a new way to assist non-profits to better tell their stories on the video platform. YouTube Next Cause, the most recent addition to the Creator program, is in fact a day-long summit going to be held in San… Read more »

New Twitter’s Rollout Finally Completed

New Twitter’s Rollout Finally Completed

All those readers who are a big time fan of Twitter must be aware of the importance of date December 18th, 2011. Yes, it is the date when Twitter had started rolling out the redesigned version of Twitter to its users. The idea behind a redesign is to offer users… Read more »

Some Users Getting $4 in Extra Credits from Facebook

Some Users Getting $4 in Extra Credits from Facebook

The world’s largest social network on its blog post announced that Facebook users with a certain set of criteria could get up to $4 in extra Facebook credits for each dollar they spend. However, the deal is restricted to special promotions and is not there for all users. You can… Read more »

YouTube Preparing to Launch Local Versions in Chile and Peru

YouTube Preparing to Launch Local Versions in Chile and Peru

YouTube, founded in 2005 is one of the largest online video sharing communities that offer billions of people to discover, watch, and share originally-created videos. The company has made a number of different changes to its site from time to time to make it more user-friendly in the end. According… Read more »

Iran Reportedly Blocking SSL Websites

Iran Reportedly Blocking SSL Websites

Iran, once again stepping up its efforts to block websites, as the Internet users reporting error messages in the country, when trying to access major websites on the eve of revolution anniversary. The Washington Post reports, among the major sites blocked, include Google, Google Reader and Facebook. A good number… Read more »

Coca-Cola to Host Google+ Hangout Next Week

Coca-Cola to Host Google+ Hangout Next Week

In an attempt to get a vote of confidence from Corporate America for Google+, Coca-Cola is aiming to launch a Hangout on the network next week. The Hangout is scheduled for February 16 at 2 p.m. EST. The hangout will feature company’s archivists Ted Ryan and Jamal Booker who will… Read more »

Twitter Takes to Satellite for SMS Access

Twitter Takes to Satellite for SMS Access

An announcement came out of Twitter’s camp earlier today suggesting that the company has partnered with two satellite providers to expand its SMS service to wider group of audience across the world. This is certainly a very big move from Twitter as this draw more traffic particularly during a time… Read more »

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