Tuesday, 6 Dec 2016
With some notoriety gained from its internal trending news team and its fairly poor algorithm, Facebook is resorting to ask its users to help it identify clickbait and fake news.
Monday, 28 Nov 2016
Online shopping is really picking up, as proven by a growth of 21 percent during Black Friday this year, bringing in an estimated US$3.34 billion.
Sunday, 27 Nov 2016
Reddit's CEO was found to have edited several comments from users participating in the infamous subreddit 'The_Donald', which has been known to constantly harass moderators and other users alike. Click to read more.
Saturday, 26 Nov 2016
The new Google Translate boasts more accurate translations thanks to its machine learning system that allows the program to translate between languages, even if it wasn't specially programmed in the first place. Read up more about it here.
Thursday, 24 Nov 2016
With the right kind of malware, your headphones can be turned into microphones without you knowing, spying on you when you least expect it.
Friday, 18 Nov 2016
There's a new Firefox browser for iOS, which can also act as a free ad-blocker for mobile Safari. Learn more about the new browser in the link.
EA has, in our eyes, given itself an important image improvement with this announcement: requiring endorsed content to be clearly labeled as such.
Tuesday, 15 Nov 2016
Not only will Digi’s new broadband plans offer you ample amounts of internet quota, you will also be able to stream video content from 19 different services and channels for absolutely free, without draining your monthly internet quota.
Monday, 14 Nov 2016
Donald Trump is now President-elect of the U.S., but that's not stopping Academy Award winner Michael Moore from sharing his critical views about the man. iflix is now showing what Moore thinks of Trump.
Thursday, 10 Nov 2016
Ironically, a browser extension called 'Web of Trust' was caught selling its users web history data to third parties. More details in the link.