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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.

Instagram’s Data Download Tool Allows You to Pack and Go

Instagram logo

This week, Instagram rolled out a new feature called “Download data” which enables you to part ways with the photo-sharing website without leaving your beloved data behind. Instagram’s Data Download tool, which can be found in the app’s privacy settings, enables you to export your photos, Stories, videos, profile data, messages, and comments. In some cases, the data can take ...

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iOS 11.3.1 Update Is Here. See What’s New

iPhone X and wireless ear buds

On Tuesday, Apple rolled out the 13th update for its iOS 11 mobile operating system, aka the iOS 11.3.1 update. The latest update was launched less than a month after the much-anticipated iOS 11.3. That iOS 11.3 came with several new features like a business feature for Messages, new types of Animoji for the iPhone X, and a Battery Health ...

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Samsung Pay Now Sports Support for PayPal

Samsung Pay

After a recent update, Samsung Pay allows users to make a payment using their PayPal account. The feature was rolled out about one year after the company first announced it. It wasn’t immediately clear why Samsung took so long in implementing the new feature. The company confirmed that PayPal support is coming to Samsung Pay this week. As of Monday, ...

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YouTube Bots Can Now Flag Objectionable Content Before Being Viewed

Man watching YouTube on tablet

According to Google’s transparency report, over the last quarter, human moderators and machine learning algorithms took down 8,284,039 YouTube videos that violated the company’s terms of use and policies. The videos violated the website policies about adult content, harassment, violence, and hate speech. Of the videos taken down, 6.7 million were flagged by computer algorithms before somebody was even able ...

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The Ford Mustang a ‘Huge Hit’ with China’s Millennial Generation

Red Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang sales skyrocketed in China last year. The U.S. car maker has reported that the Mustang is now the best-selling sports coupe in the country for the second straight year. The key demographic behind Mustang’s popularity is China’s millennials. Worldwide, Mustang remains the top-selling sports car for the third year in a row. In China, sales jumped 35% last ...

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Google Secretly Working on a New Chrome UI

Google Chrome browser

According to a recent report, Google is currently testing a new user interface (UI) for its Chrome browser. The new Chrome UI, dubbed the Refresh UI, has been in the works for at least one year. Sources said that Google engineers have just started to test the new UI. The new feature can be accessed only via Google’s Chrome Canary, ...

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Apple Unveils Its Second Recycling Robot Before Earth Day

Apple's recycling robot Daisy

Apple Inc. unveiled its second recycling robot less than a week before Earth Day. The new bot, dubbed “Daisy” is an improved version of its first recycling robot, “Liam.” The company unveiled that Daisy is the exclusive work of its own engineers. Some spare parts were taken from Liam. Daisy in an industrial-grade robot that can break down nine iPhone ...

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Merging iOS and macOS into Single OS Not Good for the User

Mac computer and iPad

According to rumors, Apple will be experiencing with cross-platform apps that can run on the iPhone, the iPad, and Mac computers. The firm’s ultimate goal is merging the iOS and macOS into a unique operating system (OS). However, Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, doesn’t think that being a good idea. Even though a universal Apple OS that can power all its ...

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Facebook Vows to Extend Europe’s Privacy Rules to All Users

Privacy on Facebook

Facebook unveiled a plan to expand Europe’s privacy rules to everyone on Facebook. The European Union will roll out a stricter privacy law on May 25. The law, aka the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is designed to offer European social media users more control over what personal data they share with tech companies. Firms that refuse to comply with ...

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More than 100 Million Amazon Shoppers Pay for Prime Membership

Amazon parcel

According to Amazon.com’s founder Jeff Bezos, there are more than 100 million Amazon shoppers with a Prime membership. It is the first time, Bezos has unveiled how many people are paying extra for the service. The Amazon boss unveiled the figure in an annual letter addressed to the company’s investors. The letter was made public Wednesday. Prime members are paying ...

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