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LinkedIn Adds More New Profile Features to Help Maximize Utility

While none of LinkedIn’s latest feature updates is ground-breaking or revolutionary, they have added a heap of functional, smaller updates, which, in combination, actually provide some really useful functionality – which could easily be overlooked. Just this month, LinkedIn’s added the ability to include pictures in comments and announced some new ‘Profile Views’ data points which are coming, including the keywords people used… Read More »

Twitter to Help UP Government Towards Effective Governance Goal

In line with the Centre’s aim to bring transparency in governance, the Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government in Uttar Pradesh has become the first state to ride on the microblogging website Twitter for reaching out to the people, a company executive said on Friday. “The UP government has recognised the potential of Twitter as a platform for effective integrated… Read More »

Data Recovery Software Will Assist You With All The Help

Be it office or any other kind of work. The use of gadgets like Computer, Laptop, Mobile Phone, Mac book etc is very common. With the help of these devices a lot of work can be done at a very speed. But the function of this device will happen only when we give its instructions. So it is… Read More »

How The Automation Wave Will Help Small Business

Automation is suffocatingly ubiquitous, or it seems that way when you scan business news. In fact, it is still a new technology that is slowly integrating into everyday work. Of course, we are all familiar with the high-profile applications of automation in marketing and sales, but what about the other near-limitless applications? What about automation in industries like… Read More »

Facebook Study Said to Help Target Insecure Australian Children for Advertising

Facebook has reportedly monitored the posts of Australian children and used algorithms in a secret study to identify and exploit them by allowing advertisers to target them during their most vulnerable moments. Leaked internal documents obtained by The Australian outline how the social network can target “moments when young people need a confidence boost” by monitoring posts, pictures… Read More »

Facebook Launches Parent’s Portal to Help Parents Keep Kids Safe Online

In a bid to empower parents help their child navigate safely on Facebook, the social networking giant on Tuesday launched Parent’s Portal in collaboration with parents, teenagers and safety experts around the world. Facebook recently updated its Safety Centre and Bullying Prevention Hub and has now introduced Parent’s Portal, which provides parent specific advice as part of the… Read More »

Facebook Community Help Tool Unveiled Alongside Revamped Safety Check

Facebook is offering new tools for charity fundraising, for marking yourself safe during a crisis and for helping others – or asking for help – after a natural disaster. The social network made the announcements Thursday in New York at its Social Good Forum, a first-of-its-kind event it hopes to repeat in coming years. The company has dozens… Read More »

NATO Chief: We Are ‘Ready To Help’ Libya

The Secretary General of NATO has told Sky News the alliance “stands ready to help” Libya if it wants military assistance. “It is a very difficult and dangerous situation in Libya. We see fighting, we see turmoil. We see increased presence of ISIL,” Jens Stoltenberg said. “We are not planning for a ‘combat’ mission. “What we have offered,… Read More »

Oil boost could help ECB medicine work

Is the spectre of deflation finally being lifted from Europe’s economy, still struggling to get on its feet after the economic crisis? Consumer prices in the 19-member euro zone halted their slide in March, the EU’s statistics agency said on Thursday. Add to that an emerging consensus that oil prices may have bottomed out and could even rise… Read More »

US Judge in Boston Ordered Apple to Help Law Enforcement Examine iPhone

A US magistrate judge in Boston ordered Apple Inc to assist law enforcement officers in examining the iPhone of an alleged gang member, according to a February 1 court filing unsealed on Friday that is no longer binding. “Reasonable technical assistance consists of, to the extent possible, extracting data from the device, copying the data from the device… Read More »