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Here's what Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told employees about the LinkedIn buy
Microsoft just bought LinkedIn for $26.2 billion. Here's the letter Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sent to employees about the buy:
Facebook pushes mobile users to Messenger app
Facebook users on Android devices are being notified that they will no longer be able to access messages without the Messenger app.
This Facebook feature is going away forever
You may have missed when Facebook launched its Notify service in November
Amazon Is Cracking Down on Fake Product Reviews
This NY Company Is Changing the E-Commerce Game...
Pharmapacks, a health and beauty online marketplace in the New York City borough of Queens, has become a multimillion dollar business by discounting...
Twitter slides another rung down social media...
MOVE over Twitter — Snapchat now rules.
A big Google Maps up-date is bringing two new...
While a whole bunch of Google services saw up-dates at Google I/O, Maps was almost entirely left out in the cold. But according to code inside the...
Body cues, habits could make passwords obsolete,...
GOOGLE is trying to make passwords passé as it looks into using body and location cues to verify a person’s identity.
Jalal Brothers ordered to apologise for video...
PRANKSTERS the Jalal Brothers were warned not to “do a Johnny Depp” and sincerely apologise for a drive-by shooting skit that could have caused fear...
Coming soon to Twitter: More room to tweet
Twitter is making some big changes, at least in the context of 140 c-haracters or less.
Anger over Facebook plus-size ad ban
Australian feminist group Cherchez La Femme has expressed its fury after Facebook rejected an advert it cre-ated because of the image it used.
Hacker offers 117 million LinkedIn login details...
Email addresses and passwords for over 100 million LinkedIn members have been put up for sale on the Darknet by the same hacker who stole the data...
Twitter set to change the way it counts links and...
TWITTER is reportedly set to make a big change to its 140 c-haracter count for each tweet.
Amazon to sell own-brand groceries – report
The world's largest internet-based retailer, Amazon, will soon offer its own private-branded food and household items, the Wall Street Journal...
Google’s Alphabet topped Apple (for a few hours)
Apple slipped to second-banana status on Wall Street — but just for a few hours.
China is winning its war against internet freedom
So big as to be synonymous with the internet itself, the world watched to see how China would respond
Twitter Bars Intelligence Agencies F-rom Using...
Social media firm cuts access to Dataminr, a service used to identify unfolding terror attacks, political unrest
C pays 10-year-old $10,000 for finding Instagram...
Amazon gives Prime Now its own website to get you...
Amazon’s Prime Now rapid delivery service now has its own website so Prime members no longer have to use the app to place orders.
Brazil blocks WhatsApp
Starting about 2 p.m., the app ceased to function, a move sure to frustrate and anger Brazilians who use the messaging and free-calling functions...
Facebook rolls out Messenger, Instagram for...
Fresh off its stellar earnings report, which owed much to its remarkable mobile performance, Facebook is giving a little focus back to the desktop.
Google uses Gmail to track a history of things you buy — and it’s hard to delete
Gmail's "Purchases" page collects and sorts out all of your online shopping and in-app purchase...
YouTube is changing how subscriber counts are displayed, possibly shifting its culture
Paying to promote your tweets won’t do much for your personal brand
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