Facebook Messenger Has A Billion Users

Hello Facebook users, your messaging app, Messenger, now has a billion monthly active users! August 9, 2011 which is 4 years ago Facebook, world’s leading social media platform launched Messenger. It runs on Android, iOS, Blackberry OS and Windows OS among others. This app was created to ease chatting as it is an Instant Messaging platform […]

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Instagram Videos now at 60 seconds

Twitter tried to talk about it but the response seemed to be out of control. In regards to the situation, Twitter lost a lot of users. Instagram thought of the same and many of it’s users were posting pictures with “TURN ON NOTIFICATION FOR MY POST SO THAT YOU WON’T MISS” message. What am trying […]

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Google’s Android N Is On The Way

After Version 6, a new version is coming. Had a sneak peak on Google’s Android Developers blog. For clarification I quoted the whole blog for you guys. Note, this isn’t my content!; First Preview of Android N: Developer APIs & Tools ”Today we’re happy to announce a Developer Preview of the N release of Android! […]

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No more Skype for TV come June

Letters, phone calls, telegram, fax and e-mail were the most commonly used mode of communication to the distant world. One day, Microsoft saw a gap; all the modes were replacements of seeing one another considering the distance. Yes, one on one conversations was the good and memorable thing. 11 years ago, Skype was created. Skype […]

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“Always ON Display”; Is it YotaPhone ‘s, LG’s or Samsung’s?

Back in 2014, YotaPhone smartphones introduced ‘Always ON’ feature in their brand. This feature allows you to view; time and notifications on your locked screen. A new feature in smartphones so to speak. LG G5 is  launching as the second in line with ‘Always ON’ feature.   Samsung S7 Edge & S7 Edge+ is launching […]

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“No More Flash Player” Google Says,”Shift to HTML5″

Nick just like Spencer is a net guru. Both of them are always on the loop to get you informed. If you are a regular Internet user usually at your laptop or PC, you are familiar with the term ‘flash player’. Yes, this has been a common thing in various web platforms. For example, Nick […]

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Google Says No To Fake or Luring Download Buttons

When browsing on the net you can find something interesting. This may be a video, song or document that you need to be in your computer’s hardware. It is with the help of a download button that you will get the file from the net. As time progresses many malicious and deceptive download buttons seem […]

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This new update from WhatsApp will now make you be able to receive a notification even if you’ve muted a conversation.

Breaking News : Whatsapp is Free Forever

Today when I woke up at 07:30 PM EAT I found out a surprise to my Whatsapp. Your service expiration has been extended for a lifetime. With that I decided to consult Whatsapp’s website and this is what I got. Making WhatsApp free and more useful Nearly a billion people around the world today rely […]

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Bentley Continental GT – 2016

Report by  Manuel Carrillo You needn’t have a near-death experience to go into the light. Simply driving a 2016 Bentley Continental GT Convertible up California’s majestic Highway 1 will do. Like a lover’s caressing touch, this Bentley is sensually opulent enough to make you shudder. Pair a car of the Conti’s caliber with breath-arresting scenery, […]

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Samsung: Note 5’s hardware changed

Last year, Samsung got into a bit of trouble over the design of its Galaxy Note 5, with customers reporting that when they inserted the device’s S Pen the wrong way round it permanently disabled certain functions. The company’s response was not entirely sympathetic. Customers were essentially told to “read the manual, stupid” before Samsung added extra instructions […]

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Microsoft :Only Windows 10 will have processors update

Sad news to Windows 7 and 8.1 users as there is no more updates of your processors Connect with Spencer Adika It’s the end of an era for the support Windows 7 or 8 OS. Microsoft has announced  changes to support policy stating the way forward of previous OS’s. This simply means that future PC […]

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