You should be working, but you’re reading dotTech. But that is OK because dotTech isn’t on the list — time spent here is productive, not a waste. ;-)Read More »
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Social networking has become an integral part of the modern-day lifestyle, enabling millions and millions of users to connect with each other and share their thoughts. And at the very top of the social network pyramid lies Facebook, which has over 1 billion monthly active users as of September 2013.…Read More »
Good ole Superman needs a solid punch in the gut from Darkseid to keep it down.Read More »
Not sure how well this will work. If you’re really concerned about the NSA spying on you via Facebook, maybe the best option is stay clear of the social networkRead More »
As time goes by, people are more concerned and interested in gaining evermore privacy, and even the slightest hint at the invasion of privacy sets people ablaze with rage. This leads technologists to come up with ways which can render more privacy to people.…Read More »
Facebook’s announced recently that its new data center currently under construction in Iowa, will be powered solely by wind energy taken from a nearby farm. That’s right folks, your hunger for clicking the Facebook “like” button is actually doing some good for the world.…Read More »
You should always watch what you say on Facebook, it can come back to bite you. Ruben Santiago, police chief in Columbia, South Carolina, found that out the hard way when he answered a post on the department’s Facebook page. He answered a citizen who criticized the police department.…Read More »
Internet has never been pristine and flawless. However error-free it can be made, there will always be bugs impeding the flow of the internet and applications associated with it. In order to make the internet immaculate, tech firms over the years spend capital in making it safe, at least for their own self.…Read More »
If you thought that the social network giant that is Facebook knew too much about you already, then you probably won’t be happy about this latest development of Facebook looking to gather even more information about you.
Despite previous criticism over information that Facebook — and other companies, like Google — gathers, the social network believes that even more data collection will allow them to not only better personalize Facebook experience of its users, but also let advertisers serve better targeted ads — and thus make Facebook more money.…Read More »
A new study seeks to determine who you are in a romantic relationship with, even if you don’t state who it is, based on mutual Facebook friends data. The focus question of this study is, “given all the connections among a person’s friends, can you recognize his or her romantic partners from the network structure alone?”
Running the study are Jon Kleinberg, from Cornell University, and Lars Backstrom, who works as a an engineer with Facebook.…Read More »
After long debates in the Facebook management, it seems that 2014 will be the year that we will be annoyed with popups video ads on the site.
It’s been a while when the first speculation appeared on the fact that people at Facebook will be more aggressive with ads in News Feed.…Read More »
Star Wars is a franchise that has seen a lot of ups and downs, sometimes at the same time and so have it’s fans. But after Disney’s acquisition and the announcement of a new trilogy, as well as the possibility of other stand-alone movies, there does seem to be a new hope on the horizon.…Read More »
Adblock Plus has recently released an update which aims to make your Facebooking experience as annoying-free as possible.
The ever popular social networking platform can offer a bombardment of information, especially for those who make liberal use of the like button, or have friends who like to post about every little thing that they do during the day.…Read More »
Facebook has acquired Onavo, an Israel based startup company popular for its mobile utility apps and analytics. Onvano is a company known for its data compression technology; its Data Savings app reroutes web traffic through Onvano servers, which compresses the data before sending it to your smartphone or tablet — ensuring you get the full web experience but by using less data.…Read More »
Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of the world’s biggest social network Facebook, has reportedly spent $30 million to buy four of his neighbor’s homes in Palo Alto, California after hearing rumors that a developer wanted to purchase one of them and market it as being near Zuckerberg’s house.…Read More »