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Yahoo Livetext messaging app
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Yesterday at a press conference, Yahoo launched a new Livetext messaging app. The company wants users to use the Yahoo Livetext messaging app with no audio for quick sessions just like normal texting, but with the emotions conveyed by seeing the face of a person. The muted audio will let

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LinkedIn will send less notification mails to users
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In a recent blog post, the company officials announced that LinkedIn will send less notification mails to users after receiving many complaints regarding it. The company said that for every ten emails mailed earlier, it has removed four. This is for the second time that LinkedIn has announced a change

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Facebook to allow Germans use fake names
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The German authorities ordered Facebook to allow Germans use fake names because according to them, they cannot force Germans to use their real names. Moreover, Facebook is also not allowed to ask German citizens to provide an official ID. The orders by German authorities that let Facebook to allow Germans

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Amazon Prime Music launched in the UK to compete against Spotify and Apple Music
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Amazon Prime Music streaming service launched in the UK to compete against Spotify and Apple Music. Users can access the Amazon Prime Music service on a wide range of devices, including Android, iOS, Mac, PC and Amazon’s Fire devices. Paul Firth, Head of Amazon Music UK said: “Choice is something

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Google+ and YouTube
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Google has finally decided to remove the forced linking of Google+ and YouTube along with its other services. YouTube will be the first to be affected and in the coming weeks, we will no longer need a Google+ profile to create a channel or comment on a video. Later, all

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LinkedIn brings back Export Contacts Feature
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A couple of days ago LinkedIn removed the option to instantly download contacts file. According to their new methodology users could download all of their LinkedIn data at once and that process could take up to 72 hours. But after continuous protest by users, LinkedIn brings back Export Contacts Feature.

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internet.org
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Facebook started internet.org initiative about one year ago and to mark its one year anniversary, the social media giant today announced that more telecom operators can now sign up for initiative. In a blog post released to mark the first year of the Internet.org initiative, Facebook said it will open

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Flickr Pro returns
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Finally Flickr Pro returns after two years and this premium service is meant particularly for dedicated photographers, who can sign up for the service in order to gain additional features for the first time since 2013. In May 2013, Flickr underwent a big revamp and announced various changes like it

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Google removes the interstitial mobile app ads completely
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To make the users experience better, Google removes the interstitial mobile app ads completely. The Interstitial mobile app ads are those full screen ads that pop up when you load a mobile site and are asked to install the app to run its content natively on it. The search engine

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Voicemail transcriptions in Google Voice
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Yesterday, in a blog post Google announced that voicemail transcription in Google voice is getting a much-needed update and transcriptions are much more accurate than before. Google Voice offers an amazing feature that transcribes user’s voicemails into text so that he or she can read them in leisure time. However,

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