Foursquare is finally proving its (Buck) value

In 2009, Facebook was only getting popular with mothers and grandmas. People were enjoying Farmville. Twitter was only becoming mainstream. And Foursquare started into the scene. Back afterward, Foursquare was another social media, allowing users check into places that they visit and possibly get badges for all those check-ins. A whole lot has changed since […]

Facebook won’t retreat from Stories as it adds desktop posting

Facebook Stories may feel unworthy because 300 million individuals use its other Snapchat clones on Instagram and WhatsApp. But Facebook is convinced that the storyline, ephemeral, camera-first format will be the potential of sharing…and advertisements. So despite criticism along with a slow beginning for grip, Facebook is doubling down Stories by analyzing the capability to […]

Mark Zuckerberg bought a $150 million ‘expedition yacht’

Though looking through Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook webpage may have led you to believe that he spends all his spare time cozying up to a plate of grits with random households in Louisiana, it ends up he appreciated a bunch of billionaire easy pleasures in 2017, too. Namely, the Facebook CEO bought a $150 million ultra-luxury […]

WhatsApp officially launches its app for businesses in select markets

WhatsApp now officially established its brand new WhatsApp Business app in select markets, including Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the U.K. and the U.S., forward of its planned global rollout. The inclusion of company profiles and brand new messaging programs directed at business clients is part of their organization’s wider plan to create revenue by charging bigger ventures […]

YouTube is pulling Tide Pod Challenge videos

People doing dumb stuff about the Internet is barely news. To humor: The Tide Pod Challenge, where YouTubers happen to be filming themselves eating , we actually expect, pretending to eat — laundry detergent pods. Why?) Uh, since they’re brightly colored?? We guess??????? Obviously that is Darwin Awards’ amounts of idiocy — provided that detergent […]

Serial SWATter arrested, charged with involuntary manslaughter

Wichita authorities have detained a 25-year old online troll who calls himself SWAuTistic, charging him with involuntary manslaughter after sending authorities to some Kansas speech. When authorities came at the speech they opened fire to the resident, a dad of 2 termed Andrew Finch. SWAuTistic, actual name Tyler Raj Barriss, could face 11 years. SWATting […]

Bloated Facebook Messenger promises to simplify in 2018

“The app became too cluttered” Facebook’s mind of Messenger David Marcus declared today in a article of strategies 2018 such as “massively simplifying and streamlining Messenger this year.” Between Messenger Day/Stories, its Snapchatty augmented reality camera, a bot Discover segment, games, and much more, Facebook had to construct artificial intelligence “M Suggestions” only to remind […]

WhatsApp reportedly testing anti-chain letter spam warning

WhatsApp seems to be testing a new feature aimed at attempting to restrict the spread of series letter style spam messages and handle viral fakes dispersing on its own platform. Two WhatsApp website websites, and WABetaInfo, report seeing notification messages from the program which seem intended to warns users that they’re in danger of […]

PSA: Google’s art selfie feature is US only for now

Google’s Arts & Culture program was around for about a year and half. But it has accepted an art selfie feature to create a little bit of viral fascination with the program — with a constant flow of delighted/outraged tweets bubbling around the weekend since consumers evaluated the outcomes of the nice art doppelgänger. Oh […]

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