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The deal is set to make Tumblr founder David Karp, 26, one of the richest tech businessmen in the world. Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer said the move was to attract more users from the key 18- to 24-year-old age bracket, and that it is seen as one of the “coolest” sites with young Internet users. Yahoo! [… Read More]
Google is planning to bring its personalised homepage feature it has for Android phones to its web search page. ‘Google Now’ takes all your data and uses it to create a completely personalised homepage customised to your needs and routine. It can alert you to heavy traffic conditions and arranges an alternate route to work or tell [… Read More]
Facebook now speaking with Apple about Home for iPhone which has only been available for Android phones
Facebook is speaking with Apple about developing a version of its new mobile software for the iPhone, in a strategy to grow revenue from the increasing number of users who access the social network on smartphones. After debuting the software, called Home, for Google’s Android operating system earlier this month, the operator of the world’s [… Read More]
Google’s ‘Inactive Account Manager’ gives users the option to wipe their entire Google history when they die.
If your time on Earth comes to an end, Google’s new Inactive Account Manager will allow you to pre plan how your account is handled following your departure. “We hope that this new feature will enable you to plan your digital afterlife — in a way that protects your privacy and security — and make [… Read More]