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Google Reportedly Planning To Build Ad-Blocker Into Chrome

Google Reportedly Planning To Build Ad-Blocker Into Chrome

TwinStar Media April 20, 2017 0

Unless you work in the advertising industry, chances are you hate online ads that slow down, interrupt, or just plain ruin your browsing experience. That’s why the use of ad-blocking technology has soared in

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Amazon Will Dominate 50% of All United States eCommerce by 2021

Amazon Will Dominate 50% of All United States eCommerce by 2021

TwinStar Media April 12, 2017 0

As Fortune reports, Amazon is currently on its way to becoming the source of 50% of all United States eCommerce sales. The online retail giant is expected to hit the 50% mark by 2021,

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YouTube Now Provides Live TV

YouTube Now Provides Live TV

TwinStar Media April 6, 2017 0

Cable cutters just got another option for ditching their old service providers in the form of YouTube TV. It’s a service from the video sharing site that allows you to watch live programming on

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The Yahoo, AOL Brands Will Soon Die, To Be Replaced By ‘Oath’

The Yahoo, AOL Brands Will Soon Die, To Be Replaced By ‘Oath’

TwinStar Media April 4, 2017 0

Two of the last vestiges of the original internet boom will soon be lost to history. Verizon will soon shove Yahoo and AOL under one, new — and entirely forgettable — brand name: Oath.

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Facebook Spending Millions To Make You Trust News Again

Facebook Spending Millions To Make You Trust News Again

TwinStar Media April 3, 2017 0

Facebook and other companies are partnering up to help fund a 14-million-dollar initiative to help restore trust in the media — at a time when it really needs it. The News Integrity Initiative will be

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Facebook Has Introduced a Mysterious Rocket Icon: Here’s What It Does

Facebook Has Introduced a Mysterious Rocket Icon: Here’s What It Does

TwinStar Media April 3, 2017 0

Over the past week, some Facebook users have flagged up a mysterious rocket-shaped icon inside the social network’s mobile app. After some digging, it appears Facebook is testing new ways to deliver the homepage news

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Twitter Removes @username Replies From the 140-Character Limit

Twitter Removes @username Replies From the 140-Character Limit

TwinStar Media March 31, 2017 0

Last year, Twitter promised to roll out some updates that would allow users to express more than 140 characters. In the months since, it’s done exactly that, but now it’s taking things a step

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Facebook, Amazon Among Tech Giants Interested In Streaming Thursday NFL Games

Facebook, Amazon Among Tech Giants Interested In Streaming Thursday NFL Games

TwinStar Media March 30, 2017 0

If the news that Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, and YouTube are all reportedly interested in streaming Thursday night NFL games sounds familiar, that’s because these same rumors swirled last year. Twitter wound up buying the

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BuzzFeed Is Rumored to Go Public in 2018

BuzzFeed Is Rumored to Go Public in 2018

TwinStar Media March 30, 2017 0

After years of online success, internet media giant BuzzFeed might be going public in the near future. As Axios writer Mike Allen reports, the NYC-based company is currently working on its plans for hitting

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Facebook Stories Launches to Compete With Snapchat

Facebook Stories Launches to Compete With Snapchat

TwinStar Media March 28, 2017 0

Facebook has launched the latest addition to the platform, called Facebook Stories. The update has three new features in the form of a redesigned camera function, Stories taking prime position at the top of your feed,

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