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Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey is a true journalist, but it wasn’t easy for her to find her true calling. She worked in a PC service all throughout her college and not she is using her hardware and software skills to write technology articles. The thing she loves most about her job is being able to keep tech lovers up to date with the recent trends.

Facebook Crashes the Tinder App, Sending Tinderers into Shear Panic

Tinder user

On Wednesday, a sudden change in Facebook’s policy crashed The Tinder app, temporarily deleted users’ matches and messages, and sent Tinderers into shear panic. Tinder users reported not being able to log in to the app hours after Facebook’s new policy was implemented. The social media giant changed the rules that govern the data exchanges with third-party apps like Tinder. ...

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Thousands of Employees Protest Google’s Involvement in Pentagon Program

Military drone

More than 3,000 employees have opposed Google’s involvement with a Pentagon program, by signing a petition. The disgruntled Google employees don’t want their employer to turn Artificial Intelligence (AI) into what they call “warfare technology.” The letter is addressed to the company’s chief executive Sundar Pichai. Google engineers are urging Pichai to remove the company from the controversial defense project, ...

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Google App Makes It Easier to Choose a Movie on Your Liking

X-Men: Apocalypse

Google has unveiled a new feature for its Google app and mobile browser that enables you to check the movies in nearby theaters, reviews, and pricing. The feature will be available starting April 3 in the United States and India. In recent years, subscription-based movie ticketing services like MoviePass have drawn larger crowds into the nation’s movie theaters. Two years ...

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Bids Microtransactions Goodbye

Middle-Earth Shadow of War

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War announced on its community page that it will remove microtransactions over the next few months and give players the new updates for free. One of last year’s most anticipated games will ditch War Chests, Gold, and the Market in the move. When it was first released, the title was packed with microtransactions, which drew a lot ...

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Apple Kills the Instagram App for Apple Watch

Man wearing an Apple watch

Apple has just shut down the Instagram app for Apple Watch in its effort to boost the watch’s speed. In recent months several other non-native apps have been silently removed from the watchOS. Following a recent update, the Instagram app no longer works with the Apple Watch, even though no one mentioned the change in the release notes. Users who ...

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Google Bringing Google Home and Mini to India This Month

The Google Home smart speaker

Google plans to launch the Google Home and Google Mini on the Indian market in April, according to Redington India’s retail partners. The news should not come as a surprise, as the voice-activated Google Assistant started speaking Hindi in February. Google Home’s rivals, the Echo Plus, Echo Dot and Echo from Amazon, have already been launched in India. The recent ...

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Niantic Agrees to Compensate Players for Failed Pokémon GO Fest

Pikachu parade in Japan

Niantic recently agreed to settle a class action lawsuit for $1.5 million. The money will compensate thousands of Pokémon Go players who traveled to Chicago for a Pokemon GO Fest in the Grant Park, which never took place. Initially, the software development company refunded all ticket costs, but some disgruntled players sued. The players claim that traveling to Chicago and ...

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Google May Be Even More Intrusive than Facebook

Smartphone user accessing Google Maps

Facebook may be selling your personal data to private consulting firms, keep a secret record of all your calls and SMS, and never delete your videos despite telling it to, but there’s another tech company that seems even more intrusive than Facebook: Google. Google can listen in to you through its smart speaker, track you, monitor you, and even build ...

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Facebook Storing Your Videos Long After You Deleted Them

Facebook mascot and Facebook logo

Several Facebook users that were curious to learn what data Facebook has on them found that the company has been storing their videos long after they deleted them. Facebook users reported that every video they have ever filmed on Facebook was in their archive. The news should not come as a surprise as Facebook is known for its data hoarding ...

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