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Adblock Fast Was Dropped from Google Play Store

Android users rejoiced too soon about Samsung’s updated Internet browser that allowed ad-blocking plugins. Seeing how difficult it is to get those on Android devices, the update was hailed by Samsung loyalists around the world. However, Google wasn’t really keen of this solution, and Adblock Fast was dropped from Google Play store only a few days later. Adblock Fast is a ...

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TV Set-boxes are a Glaring Exception from a Competitive Market

Thanks to various advances in technology, we have come to enjoy an impressive choice in how we view news, entertainment, and sports programming. American consumers basically watch what they want, where they want, when they want. However, there’s one dark cloud hovering over the consumer choice, as the TV set-boxes are a glaring exception from a competitive market. Statistics say that “99 percent of ...

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Firefox Introduces Push Notifications From Closed Websites

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An updated Firefox introduces push notifications from closed websites, which is good news for Mozilla users, seeing that the tab bar would quickly clog up prior to this modification. You can now stay on top of notifications and updates without keeping your important websites open – your email, Facebook, shopping and weather pages. Firefox has now allowed developers to send you push ...

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Will Users Have to Pay for All Online Services?

Many of the Internet marketers perceive ad-blocking tools as risks for their online services, so it is not a shock that some of them, Yahoo being the most noticeable name, are fighting against this type of software. However, this strategy may have long-term results on the online world in the next years. The first response to the information that a ...

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Google Hangouts Users Can Now Join Via Invitations

Google has just made simpler the way in which people can have an online conference, or any type of chatting for that manner, through its Google Hangouts feature. The organization announced this week that customers are no longer required to own a personal Google account in order to use the service, and instead they only need an invitation to a ...

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Facebook Releases a New Donation Option

Facebook is launching a new version of its charitable donation option with financial transactions that will be made straight on the social platform’s site, according to the organization’s professionals. The company also presented a new device that it has called “fundraisers”, a type of modular expansion of a team’s Facebook page that it can contain conversations about a specific cause, show ...

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Facebook’s Safety Check Will Be Activated for Paris AND Beirut

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Users have criticized the social platform for using Safety Check for the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, but not for last week’s bombing in Beirut, which killed 40 people. Consequently, Facebook’s Safety Check will be activated for Paris AND Beirut. Facebook was well-intentioned; the company was the first to respond when the attacks took place in Paris on November the ...

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New Jersey town get free Uber rides for drunk people

The American transportation company, Uber decided to expand their network with USA municipality. What’s more? If you are drunk and enjoying the party around Jersey’s Evesham Township, the Uber new mission will offer a free ride back to home. Yes! It’s true, there 10 drinking location where you can get a free ride in Jersey’s Evesham Township. According to Reuters website, Over 250 ...

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YouTube Red under radar; content creators confused

Google Inc’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) YouTube Red, the recent venture that the largest video streaming company has moved into being under the radar. The situation has taken an ugly turn owing to the way in which YouTube has handled its creators. The main plus point for the viewers with YouTube Red is that the number of advertisements on the show will be ...

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