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Apple isn't alone: data confirms smartphone sector slow-down

2 days ago   |   Computerworld

Claims the smartphone market is contracting are confirmed by new data received from SEMRush - and the entire industry, not just Apple , appears to be feeling the pain. What's...
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Twitter glitch disabled ‘Protect your Tweets' setting for some Android users

Twitter glitch disabled ‘Protect your Tweets' setting for some Android users

2 days ago   |   MobileSyrup   |   2 articles

Twitter is informing some Android users that the ‘Protect your Tweets' setting may have been disabled if they made certain account settings changes between November 3rd, 2014...
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Microsoft gives up Cortana's fight against Alexa and Google Assistant

Microsoft gives up Cortana's fight against Alexa and Google Assistant

2 days ago   |   TechRadar   |   4 articles

Microsoft's chief executive has admitted that Cortana isn't being positioned to compete directly with the likes of Alexa or Google Assistant. Rather than aiming to rival these...
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Twitter bug exposed some Android users' private tweets since 2014

Twitter bug exposed some Android users' private tweets since 2014

2 days ago   |   The Next Web   |   5 articles

Today, Twitter disclosed a bug persisting from 2014 on its platform that affected protected tweets and accounts on Android. The company said the bug - active between November...
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New Salesforce tools let marketers create mobile apps without developers

3 days ago   |   Marketing Land

Now, marketers and admins can create and publish iOS and Android apps with pre-built components and a few clicks.
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Facebook launches Spectrum to make uploading large images easier

Facebook launches Spectrum to make uploading large images easier

3 days ago   |   The Next Web   |   3 articles

Phones with 48-megapixel cameras are now a thing. In fact, I've got one on my desk literally right this second. These handsets are capable of producing bigger and more richer...
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Tinder and Spotify team up to test sending song clips to matches

Tinder and Spotify team up to test sending song clips to matches

3 days ago   |   TechRadar   |   3 articles

With 57 million users around the globe, Tinder is one of the most popular dating apps in the world - and now, it looks like its teaming up with the largest music streaming...
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7 things Apple's ex-iOS chief, Scott Forstall told us about product design

4 days ago   |   Computerworld

Former Apple executive Scott Forstall recently spoke with the Philosophy Talk show, for a wide-ranging chat during which he offered rare insights into how Apple once thought...
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Drawing games: 15 apps to help spark your creativity

Drawing games: 15 apps to help spark your creativity

4 days ago   |   Creative Bloq

If you want to improve your drawing, then you need to spend some time practising. But it needn't all be serious, hard work. Every now and then, it's good to kick back and do...
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Twitter's Android app finally gets a chronological timeline

Twitter's Android app finally gets a chronological timeline

4 days ago   |   The Next Web   |   2 articles

In November, Twitter started testing an option to switch between algorithmic and chronological timelines in iOS, so users could opt to see either ‘Top tweets' or the latest...
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The challenges of moderating online content with deep learning

The challenges of moderating online content with deep learning

Earlier in December, the internet was abuzz with news of Tumblr's declaration that it would ban adult content on its platform starting December 17. But aside from the legal... Read more ...

India wants social media platforms to remove content it deems ‘unlawful'

India wants social media platforms to remove content it deems ‘unlawful'

The Indian government has proposed new rules aiming to stop the spread of fake news and misinformation in the country on social media - and local civil liberties groups aren't... Read more ...

This might be your last chance to get an iPhone SE direct from Apple

This might be your last chance to get an iPhone SE direct from Apple

If you were saddened by Apple quietly killing off the iPhone SE last September, we've got some good news for you: the smallest, cheapest iPhone is back on sale in the clearance... Read more ...

Fortnite V-Bucks being used by criminals for money laundering on dark web

Fortnite V-Bucks being used by criminals for money laundering on dark web

Criminals are using Fortnite's V-Bucks for money laundering schemes on the dark web. Epic Games, apparently, is not doing enough to prevent the game from being used for the... Read more ...

Facebook's secretly working on LOL - a meme hub meant to lure teens from...

Facebook's secretly working on LOL - a meme hub meant to lure teens from Snapchat, Instagram, and Tik Tok

Facebook hasn't given up on attracting teens. After numerous failed products aimed at teens - including LOL, Facebook Watch, and IGTV - the company is now hard at work on LOL... Read more ...

Find all the colours of the rainbow with Picular

Find all the colours of the rainbow with Picular

Picular is a web app that might not be useful to everyone all the time, but when you do need it, it's incredibly handy. The web app uses Google Image Search, but instead of... Read more ...

Watch "Thor: Becoming Worthy" and Be Inspired to Become Better Yourselves

Watch "Thor: Becoming Worthy" and Be Inspired to Become Better Yourselves

If your lazy Sunday has been a little too lazy and you have already read everything on the internet, check out this great video from The Take about Thor's MCU journey to become... Read more ...

For $40, Appz helps you win at Instagram without lifting a finger

For $40, Appz helps you win at Instagram without lifting a finger

Since you probably don't want to stay tethered to posting 24/7/365, enlisting services like the Appz Instagram Assistant are practically a must. Right now, TNW Deals is... Read more ...

The EU Copyright Directive is about to make the internet worse

The EU Copyright Directive is about to make the internet worse

What you need to know about the European 'link tax' and 'upload filter' The European Union's new Copyright Directive stands to dramatically change the way we consume news and... Read more ...

The hidden secrets of insect poop

The hidden secrets of insect poop

Insect defecation may not seem like one of the pressing scientific inquiries of our time, but in fact the faeces of these wee creatures serves an extraordinary variety of... Read more ...