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Instagram had announced the top 10 most followed celebrity on the social media site and here they are.
Tinder, one of the most popular dating apps in a world, has become very popular in Ukraine over the last year or so. Here are some of the many types of persons you would meet on Tinder by Ukrainians.
Google has removed a Taliban-developed application from the Play Store. While the aim of the application is likely to be establishing its existence digitally as well as globally, the use of the Pastho language indicated that the application targeted mainly local audience.
Instagram announced its decision to apply algorithms to reorder feeds, showing posts based on likelihood instead of time. Instagram is the latest among other social media giants to embrace such change.
Google’s Digital News Initiative (DNI) program has just granted more than $30 million to selected projects in 23 European countries. It’s the first batch of the long-term $170 million project to help stimulate innovation in digital journalism.
Fidelity Investment wrote down many of tech startups in its January valuation report. Canadian startup darling Hootsuite Media Inc. was among the list.
The U.S. officials warned citizens of drug traffickers’ new modus operandi. Senior citizens were targeted in the scheme that deceives them to travel with disguised drugs and meet with people overseas, unknowingly delivering the drugs. The victims were recruited via social media, cyber-begging and telemarketing fraud.
The program aims to provide limited internet access to users, but the concept has raised concerns regarding internet neutrality. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has asked Facebook to discontinue the service until they provide more information on the program as requested. Facebook has responded with a campaign, but the program's ban has not yet be lifted.
Four executives are reported to take a departure from the social media company as part of a major restructuring plan by the new CEO Jack Dorsey. In addition to those asked to leave, some other executives have already stepped down out of pressure.
The media research firm Nielsen will enhance its methods for measuring people’s TV watching activities using the new “Social Content Ranking,” which will use Facebook and Twitter for their surveys.
YouTube and Pakistani authorities agreed on some unknown terms that give partial power for the government to request the removal of offensive materials. However, the requests will be thoroughly reviewed and being accounted for. Other terms remain unknown.
Periscope's broadcast videos can now be played directly in Twitter's app. But the change is yet to be made in Twitter's Moments.
US Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz harvests data called "psychographic profiles" from tens of millions of US citizens in Facebook. According to The Guardian Ted Cruz's campaign collected these data without the permission of the Facebook users.
Google teams up with Disney to launch a Star Wars virtual reality experience for Google's Cardboard headset. The virtual reality experience will launch on December 2 as part of celebrations of Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Force Awakens which will be available on cinemas on December 17.