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Twitter starts crackdown on fake accounts and bots

Yesterday, some of the Twitter’s users faced login issues. However, some who were able to log into their account noticed that they lost a number of followers mysteriously. Soon after that, the #twitterlockout hashtag started trending on Twitter, as this temporary login issue happened without...

Messenger now lets you add friends in on-going call without interruption

Facebook Messenger is now letting you add more people to a video or an audio call without distracting your ongoing call starting from today on iOS and Android phones, well, not sure for the desktop. A person just has to tap the screen, select “add...

Chrome 64 now trims messy links when you share them

Google’s latest consumer version of Chrome, version number 64, just started cleaning up messy referral links for you. Now, when you go to share an item, you’ll no longer see a long tracking string after a link, just the primary link itself, as spotted...

The Google app has a screenshot editing feature in beta

The Google app is now rolling out a built-in screenshot editor with beta version 7.21, starting last Friday, which will give users better sharing and editing tools, as spotted by 9to5Google. The screenshot editor also works in Chrome custom tabs. You can enroll in the beta through...

LG to unveil 6.1-inch flagship with Snapdragon 845 in June, report

The second-largest smartphones giant after Samsung in South Korea, LG is all set to unveil its flagship model for 2018 but it is not coming anytime soon. The smartphone that was earlier rumoured to be delayed is not coming until June, as far as...

New leak almost unwrapped Galaxy S9/S9+

Some people have no patience at all, as they can’t even wait for a week. Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ that were supposed to be unveiled almost after a week, seem to be unwrapped on a Reddit thread posted by an anonymous user, as reported by Phone Arena. A...

Samsung halts Oreo update for Galaxy S8/S8+ due to unexpected reboots

Samsung was forced to halt its lousy update. Samsung released Android 8.0 Oreo stable update for its last year’s S-series flagships Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ almost a week ago in selected European markets. That update was followed by several beta tests of Android Oreo 8.0 on Galaxy S8 variants and was already...

The Nano S is a 360 camera built for social media

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been testing out the Nano S 360-degree camera from Insta360. It’s a cute little camera that clicks into your iPhone’s Lightning port and takes 360-degree photos and videos. The camera itself is very compact and can easily be held in...

Federal judge rules that embedded tweets can represent copyright infringement

A recent ruling by a New York federal judge could have significant implications for how copyright laws are enforced. The ruling was made in a case where Justin Goldman accused publications including Breitbart, Time, Yahoo, Vox Media and the Boston Globe of violating his copyright...

Google launches Gmail Go for Android

Google has introduced Gmail Go, the newest addition to its line of “Go” apps that are slimmed down versions of their original counterparts, as spotted by TechCrunch. Meant for phones with basic specifications and lower-end processors, or places with poor connectivity or expensive cellular data prices,...