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Facebook sues Namecheap for registering deceptive domains

Facebook, the social network company, has filed a lawsuit against Namecheap, a domain name registrar, and WhoisGuard, Namecheap's proxy service, in Arizona for alleged cybersquatting and registering deceiving domain names that allegedly infringed on Facebook's trademark.  Christen Dubois, Director and Associate General Counsel of...

Twitter introduces Fleets, Snapchat like self-deleting Stories

Twitter, joining the fray of social media sites, is now testing its impression of Stories in Brazil. The company dubbed Snapchat stories like feature to "Fleets," allowing users to post temporary content on their Twitter accounts which disappears after 24 hours. The stories...

Dark Mode for WhatsApp is now available for the latest versions of Android and iOS

WhatsApp has finally rolled out its dark mode for every iOS and Android user. The dark mode will operate on systems with iOS 13 and Android 10 levels. Android 9 users can also switch to it with a few settings. According to WhatsApp,...

Sony unveils Xperia 1 II 5G smartphone, with Xperia 10 II, and Xperia PRO

Sony has launched its first 5G smartphone - Xperia 1 II (Mark Two) with 3 powerful camera technology in its online press event. Sony has also side by side launched Xperia 10 (Mark Two) and Xperia PRO. In Mobile World Congress 2020 (MWC), many mobile phone...

Instagram “Latest Posts” feed sort is coming back, leaks suggest

Instagram will introduce to its users with an option to see all the content that they might have missed based on the sorting order of when they were posted. In other words, Instagram is about to roll out "Latest Posts" feature to sort...

Google’s head of HR, Eileen Naughton, quits amid employee tensions

Eileen Naughton, Vice President of People Operations at Google Inc, will step down from her position this year. She publicized about it later on Monday. Her decision might be an effect of the continuous unrest in the company among its management and employees who are...

Facebook and Twitter refused to take down edited Nancy Pelosi video posted by Donald Trump

President Donald Trump posted an edited video of Nancy Pelosi on social media to show that Pelosi, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, tears up his State of the Union speech repeatedly.  Nancy Pelosi appears to make tiny tears in Trump's State of the Union speech...

Instagram rolls out new Following Categories feature

Instagram has just introduced a new feature in its platform called Following Categories. This feature, by the photo and video-sharing social networking service owned by Facebook, in the followings list of a profile allows users to see updates from the people they love...

Ryan Roslansky to take up charge from Jeff Weiner as CEO of LinkedIn

Jeff Weiner, who has been leading the company LinkedIn as a CEO for the past 11 years, will now be taking the seat of executive chairman of the company. Whereas, Ryan Roslansky, who is currently leading as head of the product, will step up...

Google Photos introduces an auto-print subscription for $8

Google introduces a new service to auto-print photos from Google Photos. For users who subscribe to this service, Google’s algorithm will select the best photos, print it and then will deliver it in 4x6 format. Once a month, Google will send a packet containing...

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Digital health trends in 2021 will be far more exciting than ever before. Healthcare businesses are now finally looking to take risks to become more technologically occupied and somewhat tech-dependent....