Today is the best moment to sign-up for an account on Flickr. I’m saying this because they are now offering the possibility to experience the features of the Pro version up to three months, without any cost. The offer should grab most of the users who recently were upset by a similar service provider. Instagram is a very popular photo sharing service, owned by Facebook, which created a lot of discussion the past few days due to a very significant change of their Terms of Service.
Do you remember those self-destructing messages that Tom Cruise always receives in every Mission Impossible movie? If you do and happen to have a Facebook account, you can now play with your friends in a similar manner.
The app which Facebook called Poke, will allow its users to send messages that are going to expire in a number of seconds once they have been opened. The concept of destructing in 10 seconds or less a message that you receive, is not that new. I’m saying this because there’s an app called Snapchat, which offers such a feature in the… Continue to Send self-destructing messages with Poke app from Facebook
Little news came up since our last coverage on the refresh of Apple’s highly anticipated TV setup, but it seems that the guys over at BGR have managed to get a hold of a report which states that we should see a new UI for the Apple TV at the upcoming WWDC event taking place on the 11th of June.
As per the report, the redesigned user interface will offer a preview experience of how the Apple HDTV will look like. While the current generation of the standard definition TV was released in March, it is interesting to find… Continue to Apple TV OS With New UI Expected @ WWDC
This article will teach you how to avoid your Facebook account to be infected with different viruses, threats, malware, malicious software or to be a victim of a scam.
Facebook has become an environment where different viruses and threats can be found. That’s because this social network has become the most popular one. We will show you which are te best protection measures you can take in order to avoid this unpleasant situations.
Freedom as we know it, the same type that has allowed the creation and the existence of the internet for three decades is now threatened by the action of “powerful forces” that want to control it, declared one of the co-founders of Google, Sergey Brin.
In an interview with the newspaper “The Guardian”, Brin warns that these “forces” have lined up against the freedom offered by the internet and acknowledges that he is more concerned than ever and that he is scared to even think about the current situation. He explains that the threat for internet freedom comes from governments seeking to control… Continue to Sergey Brin Attacks Facebook And Apple - Is The Google Co-Founder Right?
As we have announced last night, Facebook has paid a lot of money for purchasing Instagram. For those which still don’t know what Instagram is, we have prepared a few words as description.
Instagram is a photo sharing social network which, until a while ago it was accessed mainly by iOS users. However, the guys behind this network have developed a client for Android OS, too, making it possible to be accessed by other users than just iOS owners.
Facebook bought Instagram and the California based company has published this news on their own site, therefore this is official and not just a rumor.
The acquisition was considered a “milestone” by the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, whose company will pay a combination of cash and shares of the social network, which is expected to debut on the stock market in the coming months.
In a few weeks, the Dutch airline KLM will introduce its new booking airplane tickets tool called Meet and Seat (that is to be read meet and sit down). What this KLM concept means is that when booking tickets online, passengers who wish can choose their seats according to their neighbors’ personal data, based on their account on the popular social network called Facebook.
In order to avoid fake profiles, Facebook launched today a service that will audit accounts, with which users may also use pseudonyms instead of names. Facebook users with a significant number of subscribers could be asked whether they wish to verify their accounts.
They will have to provide a copy of some form of identification to prove they are who they say they are. After this check, they can add an alias to their profiles, which can be displayed next to their name or even change the name completely.
To those of you who spend a lot of their time on Facebook and are also fans of the popular iPhone game called Angry Birds, we have an important announcement to make. You can now play Angry Birds on Facebook!
Last year we heard about Rovio’s intention to approach the social network with a version of Angry Birds but until now there was nothing clear enough. Think of it as a gift from Rovio, as you can now play Angry Birds straight from your Facebook account, with its own features. This means that you will need to create a… Continue to You Can Now Play Angry Birds On Facebook