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Samsung Galaxy S8 Launch: 5 Things You Should Look Forward To

With just a few hours to go before Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, there is a lot of hype around the phones right now. With the countless leaks that have surfaced in the past few months, we have a pretty clear idea of what Samsung’s next flagship smartphones are going to look like. The… Read More »

You can now post your pics on Instagram without the app

Instagram is following in its parent Facebook’s footsteps and making its service much more accessible to those left out of its app-centric, data-heavy sharing experience. The photo platform will now give users new functionality via the Instagram.com mobile website, most notably the all-important ability to actually share pics outside the IG app. The new mobile utility could help… Read More »

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: everything you need to know

Microsoft has announced the latest update to Windows 10, the Fall Creators Update, and with it some surprises – including iTunes on the Windows Store and cross-platform syncing with the iPhone and Android devices. No, hell hasn’t frozen over. What? It’s called the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which is the second in Microsoft’s new twice yearly update… Read More »

Do You Know How to Prepare for a Computer Crash?

The computer has changed the way we do business and work. So when a computer crashes, it becomes nearly impossible to work. This is what happened when I woke up last Friday morning and my computer wouldn’t boot. After a couple of blue screens, I determined I’d need to take it in for repair. The problem for me… Read More »

Designing Content that Drives Conversion to Your Site: What You Need to Know

With the right content, you can encourage awareness for your brand and increase your engagement with your customers, resulting in a boost in profits as well. So what do you need to do in order to design content that drives conversion to your site? Let’s find out. Make the most out of data For most of us, data… Read More »

Twitter has had a dislike button for months and you didn’t notice

The tweet made me angry. I realized that most of this guy’s recent tweets were pissing me off. It was a shame, really, since I admired his work and was a long-time Twitter follower. But this was just too much. I decided to mute him. Mute lets you slink away without notice. Sure, it’s a coward’s move, but… Read More »

Now, You Can Apply for Jobs Directly on Facebook

Facebook on Wednesday began letting businesses in the US or Canada post jobs and take applications from jobseekers, posing a challenge to Microsoft-owned LinkedIn. The platform’s users will be able to find help-wanted posts at business pages on Facebook or by looking in a new ‘Jobs’ bookmark on the leading social network’s mobile application. “Businesses and people already… Read More »

Facebook Will Let You Give Your Own Definition of ‘Objectionable’ Content

Already facing flak for its censorship policies, Facebook now wants its users to define what is “objectionable”, eventually empowering them to decide how much nudity and violence they are comfortable seeing, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a post. These policies help a user understand what type of sharing is allowed on Facebook and what type of content may… Read More »

What Facebook Does with Your Email List When You Create a Custom Audience

Have you ever tried creating a Custom Audience on Facebook? Have you wondered what happens with the email addresses you upload to Facebook in the process? In the light of Facebook’s ever-changing privacy policy, it’s reasonable for advertisers to have concerns about the data they share with Facebook – we recently spoke to Facebook to clarify the details.… Read More »

North Korea Nuclear Test: What You Need to Know

North Korea said Friday it had conducted a “higher level” nuclear warhead testthat “confirmed” certain features needed to mount the weapons on ballistic missiles. While impossible to verify, the claims touched off a familiar round of condemnation and calls for action: It was North Korea’s second nuclear test in eight months and fifth overall. The International Atomic Energy… Read More »