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Instagram adds new filters

Facebook’s Snapchat-style augmented reality face filters are coming to Instagram. Eight different filters will be available starting today, including a few different crowns, ones that make a person look like a koala or a rabbit, and another that sends math equations spinning around your head. The idea of using augmented reality technology to map and apply […]

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Facebook may be fined by the EU

Facebook Inc. may be fined as soon as Thursday by the European Union for misleading regulators during a 2014 review of the WhatsApp messaging service takeover, a person familiar with the situation said. The European Commission won’t overturn approval for the $22 billion purchase, according to the person, who asked not to be identified because […]

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Pokémon GO stops cheating

Niantic has made Pokemon GO’s hacker, spoofer, and cheater scene their primary target. If what we’re to understand is entirely true, Niantic’s leadership has made it a priority to take hardline measures against the otherwise relentless Pokemon GO cheater community. Not least of all because of the amount of revenue the company has generated over […]

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Tesla Semi is coming!

After announcing a planned unveiling in September 2017 for Tesla Semi, Tesla’s all-electric semi truck, CEO Elon Musk released the first teaser image of the truck today. Musk is currently giving a TED talk today about his projects and after releasing the concept for his new ‘Boring Company’, he talked briefly about Tesla Semi. He confirmed that the […]

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Instagram – upload photos without the app

Instagram made some changes to its mobile website this week, and now its users no longer need to use the Instagram app to upload photos they want to share. Now, Facebook-owned Instagram‘s 700 million users will be able to upload photos using the service’s mobile website on a mobile device like a smartphone or tablet. […]

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YouTube starts shows with celebrities

On Thursday, YouTube unveiled a new plan to fund a slate of shows from big-name celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres, Kevin Hart, and Katy Perry. Significantly, these shows will live on YouTube‘s main ad-supported service, and not on its $9.99-a-month subscription service, YouTube Red. That means they will be free for everyone to watch. Complete article: YouTube starts shows […]

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WhatsApp – global outage

Popular messaging service WhatsApp came back online Wednesday evening after the app suffered a global outage that halted user communication for several hours, the company said. WhatsApp went down in parts of India, Canada, the U.S. and Brazil, Reuters reported, adding that the outage affected users on Apple’s iOS operating system, Google Android devices and Microsoft […]

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Facebook´s Messenger games

Facebook announced today that its new Messenger game-playing features are now available to the entire 1.2 billion people who use the app every month. Instant Games, as the platform is called, first launched in closed beta last November with arcade titles like Pac-Man and Galaga. The platform also reintroduced Facebook browser hallmarks like Zynga’s Words […]

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Grohmann leaved Tesla

Grohmann had disagreed with Musk’s demands to focus management attention on Tesla projects to the detriment of Grohmann Engineering’s legacy clients, including German carmakers Daimler and BMW, Reuters reported on Thursday. Originally, Tesla had planned to keep Grohmann on, and Grohmann wanted to stay, but the clash with Musk over how to treat existing clients […]

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Number one hit – Faceapp

In the era of the selfie, there’s no shortage of apps that can make you better looking, turn you into a dog, or even swap your face onto someone else’s. Now, there’s an app that can alter your gender entirely, age you, or add a smile to your face. Called FaceApp, the app can take a selfie […]

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