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Instagram down again

Instagram has been downed for the second time in less than 30 days after a significant outage took the popular photo and video sharing. A tweet from the company acknowledged that the Facebook-owned photo and video sharing site was down and that a fix would be on the way, shortly before Instagram.com came back online…. Read More »

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Five Reasons NOT To Buy Likes

So you may have seen many websites offering these services. Only $30 bucks for 1000 likes? Promising to make your business look more established and offering “real” likes. What does it really do for your Facebook business page other then boosting a number? More harm then good and it is actually bad for business! 1…. Read More »

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Kenya defence Twitter account hacked

The Twitter accounts of the Kenyan defence forces and its spokesman have been hacked by activists protesting about corruption. “All of you who have stolen money #Kenya, we are coming after you,” reads one post. The hacked posts were signed as being from activist group Anonymous. Kenyan military spokesman Major Emmanuel Chirchir often uses Twitter… Read More »

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PayPal’s President Joins Facebook

On Monday, Facebook announced that it had hired David Marcus, the president of eBay’s PayPal division and a former entrepreneur to lead the expansion of its messaging products — and eventually, to figure out how to make money from them. The hire is a major Silicon Valley executive defection and underscores how Facebook is bolstering… Read More »

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TweetDeck shut down for an hour after security breach

After temporarily taking down its services to assess a security flaw, TweetDeck says it has now fixed the issue that plagued the app Wednesday morning. An Australian teenage programmer, whose name is Florian, discovered early yesterday that ‘&hearts’ made a heart symbol in HTML and in turn created an opening in TweetDeck’s software. This allowed… Read More »

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Twitter in talks to buy online music firm SoundCloud

According to Finacial Times, Twitter Inc is set to buy Berlin based SoundCloud, a social platform for creating and sharing original audio sounds with friends or to blogs and other social networks. http://technewsrprt.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/06.05.14_technewsrprt.com_twitter-soundcloud.jpg SoundCloud is a platform that enables people to upload, record, promote and share their music and other audio files. The company has… Read More »

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Facebook’s New “Ask” Button for Relationship Status

Facebook has reportedly added ‘ask’ feature which allows users to question each other whether they are single or not. The Ask button shows up when you navigate to a profile and the person doesn’t have a relationship status or their privacy settings restrict who can view her relationship status. With one click and a quick… Read More »

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Pinterest raises $200 million, valuation soars to $5 billion

Pinterest raised $200 million in new capital which brings the company’s valuation to about $5 billion, making it one of the most valuable venture-backed startups in the world. The San Francisco-based company has raised $764 million in total, mostly from venture capital firms such as Bessemer Venture Partners and Andreessen Horowitz; even investors such as Japanese e-commerce firm… Read More »

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