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Facebook Is Launching a New Video App for Influencers

Facebook Is Launching a New Video App for Influencers

TwinStar Media June 26, 2017 0

Facebook is launching a new video app made specifically for influencers. The app includes a “Live Creator Kit” that helps influencers manage live videos, letting them include an intro and outro to videos and including the option

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Google Will Stop Scanning The Contents Of Your Gmail Messages To Sell Ads

Google Will Stop Scanning The Contents Of Your Gmail Messages To Sell Ads

TwinStar Media June 24, 2017 0

If you use one of Google’s many services then you’ve probably come to the realization that the tech company has a lot of your personal information and data, which it uses to sell ads.

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YouTube Reaches 1.5 Billion Monthly Users

YouTube Reaches 1.5 Billion Monthly Users

TwinStar Media June 23, 2017 0

Almost 20 percent of literally everybody logs onto YouTube at least once a month. YouTube CEO, Susan Wojcicki announced YouTube’s monthly users had officially passed the 1.5 billion mark. Also during her presentation at

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How Facebook Decides What Needs To Be Deleted

How Facebook Decides What Needs To Be Deleted

TwinStar Media June 22, 2017 0

Everything is on Facebook — but some things shouldn’t be. The job of determining what needs to go, and why, is a high-stakes one with a lot of confusion. And now, dozens of leaked

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Facebook Finally Lets You Post GIFs in Comments

Facebook Finally Lets You Post GIFs in Comments

TwinStar Media June 15, 2017 0

Who needs words when there are GIFs? The moving images will now be available to use in Facebook comments following a successful trial period. Beginning today (which is incidentally the file format’s 30th birthday), a

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Verizon Officially Acquires Yahoo for a Whopping $4.48 Billion USD

Verizon Officially Acquires Yahoo for a Whopping $4.48 Billion USD

TwinStar Media June 15, 2017 0

Verizon has announced a deal for Flickr and other companies owned by Yahoo costing them $4.48 billion USD. The deal was initially announced back in February, as well as the news that the two

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The COVFEFE Act Aims To Archive Trump’s Tweets For Posterity

The COVFEFE Act Aims To Archive Trump’s Tweets For Posterity

TwinStar Media June 13, 2017 0

What started as a typo, and quickly turned into an online joke, is now a bill at Congress. Democratic Rep. Mike Quigley of Illinois introduced a bill dubbed the COVFEFE ACT to include preservation of

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Twitter Creates New Inbox For Direct Messages From Strangers

Twitter Creates New Inbox For Direct Messages From Strangers

TwinStar Media May 31, 2017 0

Twitter has long allowed users to contact each other privately through Direct Messages, but usually only if the two accounts are following each other. That’s about to change. Twitter will now allow strangers to

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Google Following Your Offline Credit Card Spending To Tell Advertisers If Their Ads Work

Google Following Your Offline Credit Card Spending To Tell Advertisers If Their Ads Work

TwinStar Media May 23, 2017 0

Google’s holding its annual conference for marketers today in San Francisco, and to kick it off they’re announcing some new tools advertisers can use. One of them promises to tie your offline credit card

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US Court Rules That ‘Google’ Is Not A Generic Term, Upholds Trademark

US Court Rules That ‘Google’ Is Not A Generic Term, Upholds Trademark

TwinStar Media May 20, 2017 0

For some companies like aspirin, escalator, and thermos, their brands were so successful courts ruled the name had become a generic term, meaning trademarks were no longer valid. But as generic as “Google” is,

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