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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.

The Facebook Ticker News Feed Is No More

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The Facebook homepage will now no longer feature the Ticker news feed that displays recent activity from a user’s friends and contacts. Users were the first to notice and point out that the Ticker had disappeared from their homepage. Then, a company representative confirmed the news through a help community article. A Brief History of the Ticker News Feed The Ticker news ...

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The Launch of Three Photography Apps from Google

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The latest research project of Google reveals three photography apps that appear under the name of “Appsperiments”. Appsperiments is designed to nurture the potential of mobile photography, by using its latest technology. These three apps included in the project are extremely useful when it comes to mobile photography experiences developed with the help of experimental technology. The first app is ...

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2018 Honda Clarity Hybrid Takes Your Breath Away

Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid in green

The new Honda Clarity Hybrid reveals the company’s focus on electric cars. Honda wants electrified cars to represent two-thirds of its worldwide sales by 2030. The company will launch three Clarity cars, namely Fuel Cell, Electric and Plug-In Hybrid. The Honda Clarity Hybrid will be the volume model. They plan to ship it to 50 different states. The new Clarity ...

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PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds Will Be Launched Before Christmas

Characters from PUBG

Since the beta for PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds is about the end, fans are waiting for the release of the game. Some of those who had the chance to play the beta version say that the game is extraordinary. This “Hunger Games”-like the game already sold 24 million copies. Starting with December 20, PUBG will be available on the market, turning into ...

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Game Developer Ubisoft Delays The Crew 2 and Far Cry 5

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Ubisoft has announced the delay of The Crew 2 and Far Cry 5. Besides these two games, Ubisoft will also delay an “unannounced franchise game” which should have been released in the 2018-2019 fiscal year, but it will now launch in 2019-2020. Ubisoft postponed Far Cry 5 from February 27, 2018, to March 27. The company has also postponed The ...

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Vine 2 Just Got Teased: The Co-Founder of Vine Made an Announcement

The logo of Vine

Dom Hofmann, the co-founder of the Vine service has recently teased Vine 2. The tweet indicates that the possibility of Vine’s resurrection exists. The video-hosting platform might return since one of the co-founders has tweeted a picture of the updated logo of the platform. However, this is not the first time when Dom Hofmann talks about the idea of resurrecting ...

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Fans Are Thrilled: Pokemon Go Gets an Exquisite Update

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The well-known game, Pokemon Go gets an exquisite update. Fans are excited to find out that their favorite game will include 50 new creatures. Furthermore, game developers will also incorporate outside weather conditions. On December 6th, Niantic, the game developer, has announced that Pokemon characters from Pokemon Sapphire and Pokemon Ruby will become part of the mobile game. Niantic launched ...

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Connecting 3D Printed Objects to the Internet Without Electricity

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Scientists have developed some 3D printed objects that can connect to the Internet without the use of electricity. Researchers at the University of Washington managed to develop a method for 3D-printing and detecting information from plastic objects. The striking part here is that they did not need to connect those objects to electricity. The revolutionary objects can connect to the ...

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The Best Smartphone You Can Buy Is Not iPhone X

The iPhone X

If you were tempted to believe that the best smartphone you could purchase is the iPhone X, you were mistaken. On December 5th, Consumer Reports has just published an analysis of the best smartphones. Some may be disappointed to find out that the new iPhone X was listed after Galaxy S8 and iPhone 8. Among a lot of other characteristics, ...

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Facebook Messenger for Children with Parents Approval

The logo of Messenger Kids

Children under the age of 13 can have access to Facebook Messenger for children to chat with whomever their parents approve. Facebook is releasing its new version of Messenger especially designed for kids. Messenger Kids is a safe way of communication for preteens. They can chat with their parents or friends, creating an account and adding new contacts. This app ...

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