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Skype becomes victim of Chinese censorship, disappears from App Stores

2017-11-22T03:01:13+00:00

Yet another communication tool has disappeared in China. Joining social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat, Skype is the latest foreign-run tool to become a victim of censorship. The post Skype becomes victim of Chinese censorship, disappears from App Stores appeared first on Digital Trends. Go to Source Author: Lulu ChangPowered by WPeMatico

Skype becomes victim of Chinese censorship, disappears from App Stores 2017-11-22T03:01:13+00:00

A Facebook news feed in VR could help make the technology mainstream

2017-11-21T03:00:42+00:00

Your Facebook news feed could soon become a lot more interactive. Oculus VR is testing native integration of the internet virtual reality protocol, React VR, to bring it to more people than ever before. The post A Facebook news feed in VR could help make the technology mainstream appeared first on Digital Trends. Go to [...]

A Facebook news feed in VR could help make the technology mainstream 2017-11-21T03:00:42+00:00

Instagram fans can now Story and Save all they like from mobile browsers

2017-11-18T03:00:45+00:00

Instagram Stories still require a smartphone -- but the feature will soon be available on mobile browsers. The ability to post photos to Stories is launching alongside the ability to save posts to revisit later. The post Instagram fans can now Story and Save all they like from mobile browsers appeared first on Digital Trends. [...]

Instagram fans can now Story and Save all they like from mobile browsers 2017-11-18T03:00:45+00:00

Twitter confirms it’s testing a new ‘tweetstorm’ feature for lengthy rants

2017-11-18T03:00:45+00:00

A developer recently uncovered a hidden feature allowing users to post a tweet series without actually manually numbering those posts. Twitter recently verified it's testing the feature. The post Twitter confirms it’s testing a new ‘tweetstorm’ feature for lengthy rants appeared first on Digital Trends. Go to Source Author: Hillary GrigonisPowered by WPeMatico

Twitter confirms it’s testing a new ‘tweetstorm’ feature for lengthy rants 2017-11-18T03:00:45+00:00

Facebook’s newest app has YouTube video creators in its sights

2017-11-18T03:00:44+00:00

Facebook is rolling out new tools — including an app and online community — aimed at making life easier for serious video creators, offering them the resources they require to enhance their content and expand their audience. The post Facebook’s newest app has YouTube video creators in its sights appeared first on Digital Trends. Go [...]

Facebook’s newest app has YouTube video creators in its sights 2017-11-18T03:00:44+00:00

Facebook Trust Indicators tool hoists red flags to help you spot fake news

2017-11-17T03:00:35+00:00

Facebook Trust Indicators are designed to help readers determine if a source is reliable, including indicating who owns the company. The indicators rolled out with a small group of publishers but will soon be more widespread. The post Facebook Trust Indicators tool hoists red flags to help you spot fake news appeared first on Digital [...]

Facebook Trust Indicators tool hoists red flags to help you spot fake news 2017-11-17T03:00:35+00:00

Twitter to take back those verified badges if users don’t follow its new rules

2017-11-17T03:00:35+00:00

Twitter users with verified badges aren't grandfathered in with new rules the platform is adding -- violate them, and that badge is removed. The platform is removing verified badges for some users while reworking the system. The post Twitter to take back those verified badges if users don’t follow its new rules appeared first on [...]

Twitter to take back those verified badges if users don’t follow its new rules 2017-11-17T03:00:35+00:00

Those spam-like YouTube ads that pop up mid-video will soon be gone

2017-11-15T03:00:22+00:00

YouTube link ads that pop-up mid-video will soon disappear as YouTube removes the ad option because of a low response rate. The company said users felt like the link ads were too much like spam. The post Those spam-like YouTube ads that pop up mid-video will soon be gone appeared first on Digital Trends. Go [...]

Those spam-like YouTube ads that pop up mid-video will soon be gone 2017-11-15T03:00:22+00:00