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Google Spaces: YouTube, Search & Chrome Now Rolled Into One App

Google Spaces makes it easier to share content and create discussions with friends with a three-in-one app.

by Margaux Miller

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Facebook's Moments: Facial Recognition Feature Removed In The Recent EU And Canada Version, A Threat To Privacy?

Facebook released a toned-down version of Moments for Canada and Europe, citing privacy issues.

by Mark Jason Alcala

Marissa Mayer Delivers Keynote At Yahoo Mobile Developers Conference

Yahoo’s Slippery Slopes: Why It’s Spiraling Down Now?

From hacking to lack of innovation, a look on other reasons why Yahoo struggles with web traffic and revenue mismatch.

by Roleen Delos Reyes

Annual Gaming Industry Conference E3 Takes Place In Los Angeles

‘Powerful’ PlayStation 4 in Store for Fans; Sony Promises ‘Higher-End’ Gaming

Talks about a more powerful PlayStation 4 console continue to spread on the Web.

by Staff Writer

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Facebook Apologizes To Users Around The World For Safety Check Bug

The tech giant company Facebook apologized to the users around the world who have received notification known as Safety Check asking them if they've been affected by the terrorist attack that occurred in Lahore, Pakistan.

by Sarah Mae Demapanes Tejares

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Oculus Rift Creator Palmer Lucky Expects Winter 2015 Launch For Facebook-Owned Virtual Reality Headset

Oculus Rift has made big waves in the gaming and technology space, but nobody is still sure exactly when to expect it. A recent interview with Oculus founder Palmer Lucky has narrowed down the release window, revealing that it could be on sale next winter.

by Matthew Buzzi

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TwoDots Mobile Game Hits Android And Facebook

TwoDots, the popular puzzle game that has lived for several months only on iOS devices, is now expanding to the rest of the mobile world by launching on Facebook and Android devices, with both new versions available now.

by Connor Sears

Facebook

Facebook Valued At Over $200 Billion

Stock in Facebook reached an all-time high yesterday, as the social media giant cleared $200 billion in value. According to analysts, this makes Facebook the 22nd largest company on Earth, just behind Verizon Wireless (and just beating Toyota).

by Barry Eitel

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The iWatch Is Likely To Run Third-Party Apps, And We Might Even Get To See Some At Tomorrow's Apple Event

Like the iOS devices that came before it, Apple's upcoming wearable will run third-party applications and may even get its own version of the App Store, 9to5Mac reported.

by Connor Sears

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Twitter Building Facebook-Like Curated Newsfeeds

With every update to Facebook's newsfeed, there is a chorus of anger and usually a few "I'm getting off this train" statements from people who never actually leave the service. In the past several years, the social media giant has focused on curating and adjusting your feed to give you what its robots believe you want, even if that's not what you want.

by Barry Eitel

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Hyperlapse app from Instagram Lets Users Shoot Time-Lapse

Instagram has today released a new video shooting and editing app called Hyperlapse, the company's first standalone venture.

by Barry Eitel

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Facebook-Owned WhatsApp is the Most Popular Messaging Service App Around

Messaging service WhatsApp now has 6 hundred million monthly active users, according to the company's chief executive.

by Barry Eitel

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Facebook Aiming To Fight Back Against Click-Baiting Articles On Newsfeeds

You will NEVER believe what Facebook is doing about click baiting, spammy content.

by Barry Eitel

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Minecraft Creator's Tweet Might Mean Game Coming Back to Oculus Rift

When Facebook acquired virtual reality pioneer Oculus VR, maker of the Oculus Rift headset, Markus "Notch" Persson, the creator of Minecraft, was not happy about it. Notch was incensed by the social media giant's nebulous privacy policy. He was concerned that Facebook's data mining operation would cross over into Oculus, with gamers' information being used to sell them ads.

by Barry Eitel

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