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Facebook ‘Groups for Pages’ unlocks fan clubs

With Facebook’s newest feature, a musician could run an on-site fan club, a brand could organize its ambassadors and a newspaper could discuss articles with just its top readers. Today Facebook globally launched Groups for Pages, allowing the 70 million Pages on Facebook to create their own distinct communities and feeds. Facebook first quietly tested […]

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Wire launches e2e encrypted team messaging in beta

End-to-end encrypted messaging platform Wire is targeting Slack’s territory with a new messaging for teams product, called Teams. It announced a beta launch yesterday and is offering teams a 30-day free trial — with pricing starting at €5 per user per month thereafter, or custom pricing for enterprise installations offering extras such as self-hosted servers and an integration API. […]

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Google’s brave new friendless feed

It’s like Facebook without all those annoying “friends.” Instead of having to look at what weird things other people are interested in, like their babies, Google shows me the weird things I’m interested in, like Legend of Zelda and Elon Musk. This is a fundamental shift in content consumption from curation based on our explicit […]

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Microsoft announced a clever thermostat under the management of Cortana

Microsoft has announced a clever thermostat under the management of Cortana Smart thermostat in the market is far from a novelty. But if such goods are in demand, then their creation may be interested in fairly large producers. That’s why Microsoft could not resist, so it announced its own smart thermostat GLAS. Yes, and running […]

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When will the first person leave the solar system?

When will the first person leave the solar system? After a thousand years. At least that much time will be required for mankind to get to the nearest star of Proxima Centauri using the current technologies and methods. And yet, since astronomers have discovered that near this star there can be at least one inhabited […]

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LinkedIn Lite launches as an Android app in India, coming to 60+ countries soon

LinkedIn, the social network for the working world with over 500 million members that is now owned by Microsoft, is today taking its next step in its bid to court more users in emerging markets. The company has released an Android app for LinkedIn Lite, a pared-down version of its original LinkedIn mobile app that […]

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Facebook’s Messenger ads are bad and must be destroyed – techeblogs

Facebook’s Messenger ads are bad and must be destroyed – justechi

Facebook’s Messenger ads are bad and must be destroyed When Facebook removed messages from the main app, I swore then and there that I would never download Messenger. That’s been a pretty easy promise to keep, especially since they introduced the lovely idea of enormous ads that take up half your screen while you try […]

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WordPress.com gives you more options to share your posts on social networks – justechi

WordPress.com gives you more options to share your posts on social networks WordPress.com is slowly but surely replacing all those clunky social sharing plugins that you use. With today’s update, you can now schedule tweets, Facebook posts or LinkedIn updates in WordPress.com’s admin interface. WordPress.com has had social sharing features for years, but it used […]

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Smart fabric will make from any clothes a fitness tracker – justechi

Smart fabric will make from any clothes a fitness tracker The trend to create a variety of “smart” things is gaining momentum. “Computerization” of the usual things, no doubt, make our life easier and more convenient, but various kinds of portable electronics can easily be forgotten at home or lost, which can not be said […]

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Finding Andy Cunningham | TechCrunch – justechi

A few weeks ago I stopped at a garage sale in Brooklyn and found a stack of Nintendo Power magazines. Nintendo Power, for the non-80s kids, was a magazine produced by Nintendo from 1988 to 2012. It was full of tips and tricks and even had walkthroughs of popular games. If you had an NES […]

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