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Top 4 Awful Geography Blunders Or Location Mistakes Made By CNN Trending On Social Media

CNN – Cable News Channels is a popular American news channel with a massive global reach. The TV channel is so popular that not many people actually know that other news channels such as BBC, Aljazeera, RT – Russia Today and others exist. But being a popular and arguably the most sophisticated news channel doesn’t mean that the TV channel is freed against some “primary school” errors...

European MPs In Favour Of Breaking Google Up

The European Parliament has voted in favour of breaking Google up, as a solution to complaints that it favours its own services in search results. Politicians have no power to enforce a break-up, but the landmark vote sends a clear message to European regulators to get tough on the net giant. US politicians and trade bodies have voiced their dismay at the vote. The ultimate decision will rest with EU competition...

Privacy Groups Challenged Facebook Over WhatsApp Purchase

Facebook’s purchase of WhatsApp mobile messaging service has been opposed by privacy groups. Mark Zuckerberg’s firm is planning to buy the company for around £11bn. Opponents want US regulators to stop the deal until Facebook provides more information on what it plans to do with the personal data of WhatsApp’s users. But Facebook said it will operate as a separate company and honour existing...

Livr For Drinkers? Social Network That Will Only Let You Log In When Drunk!

LIVR is a new social network that only allows you to login when you are drinking, using a smartphone breathalyser attachment to make sure. LIVR app is due to be released this spring. Livr wants to help people have a good time without worrying about being publicly exposed and therefore everything stays within the app. The idea is that you share games and experiences with fellow drinkers, but if you change your...

Facebook Redesign Features, Goes Back To Basics With Latest News Feed Redesign, Less Clutter, Bigger Photos

Facebook redesign features after almost one year that the company initially announced a major overhaul and redesign of its website. The social media giant has now gone back to basics with latest News Feed redesign. Share and enjoy ...

Facebook Bought Messaging App WhatsApp For $19bn, Does It Really Worth That?

Facebook has bought messaging app WhatsApp in a deal worth a total of $19bn (£11.4bn) in cash and shares. It is the social networking giant’s biggest acquisition to date. WhatsApp has more than 450 million monthly users and is popular with people looking to avoid text messaging charges. In a statement announcing the deal, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg described WhatsApp’s services as “incredibly...

AOL Mail Redesigned, Wears A New Look After 5 Years Of Service

AOL has released a huge redesign to its AOL Mail experience which is the first major redesign to the product in about five years. The new design which focuses on a cleaner inbox with some new mail features, as well as Facebook chat, AIM and SMS integration, is highly necessary for AOL Mail to be able to keep its 24M users from fleeing. There are new “mini-apps” for managing contacts, AIM, to-do lists,...

Facebook’s new Camera app mirrors Instagram

Facebook has launched a photo sharing smartphone app called Camera. The camera app software allows users to take multiple pictures and share them at once rather than having to upload them one at a time. The app also features a feed of friends’ photos. The launch is unexpected as the program offers users similar tools to Instagram which the social network is in the process of taking over. Both apps allow...

Facebook Shares Drop Below Flotation Price

Facebook shares have fallen below the price at which they were floated amid scepticism that the newly-listed company will live up to expectations. Facebook shares debuted at $38 each on Friday, but were 10% down by Monday afternoon after initially falling 12%. Some analysts said the shares would have fallen on Friday had not underwriters stepped in to buy stock. BBC business correspondent Mark Gregory said Facebook’s...