Instagram has finally decided to roll out in-app shortcuts to the wider user base. As reported by Droid App, Instagram has done so very quietly alongside other new features without any announcement. This is not the only innovation from Instagram in recent weeks. The company has expanded its monetization options for popular users. They have […]
Google Maps has launched a new developer solution to deal with ride and delivery companies. As reported by Tech Crunch, this ties together some of the platform’s existing capabilities with a host of new features. Google Maps has been hard at work over the last few weeks and months with a number of new features. […]
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Both CEOs from Facebook and Twitter have received a subpoena from the senate committee. As reported by The Verge, this means Mark Zuckerburg and Jack Dorsey will have to testify before the end of the month. Receiving a subpoena from government authority is not exactly a new phenomenon for big tech CEOs. Zuckerburg, Dorsey and […]
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Reports have emerged that new Facebook ‘Neighborhoods’ feature is a rip off of social media platform Nextdoor. As reported by Gizmodo, this comes just days after rumours emerged the company was chasing a multi-billion dollar IPO. Facebook has also been hard at work developing some of its own original features in the last few weeks. […]
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Spotify has explained to users why it does not support offline Wear OS playback. As reported Android Police, many customers are not happy that it offers playback to Tizen but not Wear OS. Spotify has been hard at work to make improve its platform in a number of ways over the last few weeks and […]
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