During a speech at the 6th annual Vidcon event, YouTube CEO announced the YouTube new mobile app. It is currently available on Android and mobile web browsers and will soon be launched for Apple users. The YouTube new mobile app will make it easier for video creators to directly publish
Earlier this month, Microsoft PhotoDNA Cloud Service was launched to help the law enforcement agencies to identify images showing sexual abuse of children, from enormous photo libraries uploaded on the internet. Now, Microsoft is also joining the fight against revenge porn. Google, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit and others have also implemented
Skype has been continuously updating its Android app so that it can keep up with the other popular free calling and messaging apps in the market like Snapchat, Viber, LINE, Hangouts etc. that are offering much more. Now, Skype for Android 5.6 version has been released, which is more stable
Google is well known to make acquisitions with special focus on startups and to make an investment in technologies that could help it to improve its own operations. Now, Google buys Pixate to improve its commendable design schemes across various platforms. A Y Combinator alumnus, Pixate was launched in 2012.
The folks over at Mountain View have released Google Maps Your Timeline feature to make Google Maps more versatile. This feature will let users track their journey on any given day, month or year, depending on the places they have been to. This new feature will display a timeline to
Google Photos service was launched two months ago and now Google is shutting down its predecessor, Google+ Photos on August 1. The search engine giant will begin shutting down the Google+ Photos service firstly on Android, followed by the web and iOS versions. What will happen to the photos saved
AshleyMadison.com is an online dating website that particularly targets people looking to have an extramarital affair. Recently, AshleyMadison hacked by a group of hackers that calls itself Impact Team and has threatened the ALM group that they should take the site offline permanently. The hackers have leaked a small amount
Overall spam rates have dropped below 50 percent, indicating that cyberattackers are seeking some other ways to make money
According to the latest report by Symantec, overall spam rates have dropped below 50 percent. The last time Symantec recorded a similar lower spam rate was 12 years ago in September 2003. This is great news for not only the email users, but also for the companies that are dedicatedly
Google is the biggest and most widely used search engine both on desktop and mobile devices worldwide. Now, we got to know that Google is hunting for an SEO Expert to help improve its rankings. The question is does it really need one? The search engine giant wants to bring
The Microsoft PhotoDNA Cloud Service has been launched, which will help the law enforcement agencies and online businesses to identify illegal images, which includes the images showing sexual abuse of children, from enormous photo libraries uploaded on the internet. Microsoft PhotoDNA was developed by Microsoft in collaboration with Darthmouth College.