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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 Launched a Birthday Cam Feature on iOS

Noticing your friends’ birthdays on Facebook has become a chore for a lot of users, but just typing “Happy Birthday!” – or “HBD,” depending on how lazy you are – on a friend’s profile has lost all meaning a long time ago. So Facebook has decided people need a push to start sending more intimate greetings and it launched a ...

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Facebook Messenger Might Start Sending You Ads

Even though Messenger is Facebook’s fastest-growing and most popular product, the social network has yet to monetize directly to its 800 million monthly active users. But that is reportedly about to change, since Facebook Messenger might start sending you ads over the next few months, according to a new report. Fortunately, the feature will not offer companies a free ticket to ...

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Microsoft Released an Important Update to its iOS Bing App

Even though a great majority of Internet users perform their searches through Google’s engine, those who disagree with its privacy policy have an alternative: Bing. Back in October 2015, Microsoft released an important update to its iOS Bing app. Although you could check Bing’s Knowledge and Action Graph for any kind of information you wanted, Microsoft realized that searching on ...

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Portable Gaming Is Receiving a New Home From Nintendo

Portable Gaming Is Receiving a New Home From Nintendo

It’s fairly obvious that no secret information can ever stay hushed up too long as recent rumors regarding the company’s intentions suggest that portable gaming is receiving a new home from Nintendo. This comes in the shape of a handheld console device that apparently has been dubbed Nintendo NX. To some, this will come as a great surprise and great ...

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T-Mobile Added Four Major Streaming Services to Binge On

T-Mobile won some major points with consumers last year when it announced the release of their Binge On service. For those unfamiliar with the matter, Binge On allows users to stream to their heart’s desires without it making a whole into your data plan. The only downside to their service is that it only works with specific streaming content providers, ...

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When The Find My iPhone App Gets Its Wires Tangled

When The Find My iPhone App Gets Its Wires Tangled

A couple that lives in a suburban zone of Atlanta gave received the brunt of a rather unsettling experience that shows us what happens when the Find My iPhone app gets its wires tangled. For nearly a year now, Christina Lee and Michael Saba had to deal with a peculiar scenario every now and then, when angry people came at ...

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Google Street View Climbs Up in the Alps

Google Street View Climbs Up in the Alps

The technology giant has taken it upon itself to make virtual travelling not stop at cities as Google Street View climbs up in the Alps, of all places. This is an initiative that has started a fairly long time ago as nowadays the platform offers you the chance to virtually visit an amazing amount of places from around the globe. ...

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Full List of New Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Games

Full List of New Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Games

Full list of new Xbox One backwards-compatible games – with CD Projekt RED’s The Witcher 2 offered for free as part of the big update. These are the 10 new games that have been added to the list of backwards-compatible titles. The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Small Arms Space Girrafe Soulcalibur Skullgirls Sam & Max Save the World Counter-Strike: ...

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The New Brave Browser That Handles Ads a Lot Differently

The New Brave Browser That Handles Ads a Lot Differently

Official statements have been made recently that suggest the beta testing has started for the new Brave browser that handles ads a lot differently that we’ve seen other browsers do so far. This comes as a possible key to the issue that so many publishers have started dealing with ever since ad blocking became a thing. But no matter how ...

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Microsoft Philanthropies Pledges $1 Billion Worth of Cloud Services to Non-Profits

Microsoft Philanthropies Pledges $1 Billion Worth of Cloud Services to Non-Profits

Microsoft Philanthropies pledges $1 billion worth of cloud services to non-profits and university researchers over the next 3 years. Microsoft Philanthropies is a newly-formed unit and integral piece of a three-part initiative, which ensures that the company’s cloud computing resources serve the public. During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced the company’s commitment. The event’s ...

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