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Facebook's Viewpoints app will pay you for answering surveys

Facebook's Viewpoints app will pay you for answering surveys

Facebook is infamous for collecting data or at least for keeping it safe, but it seems like the company’s thirst for data never ends. Lately, Facebook has introduced a new survey app called Face... Read more

Google intends to shut down its Cloud print feature in 2020

Google intends to shut down its Cloud print feature in 2020

Google just announced the shutdown of its cloud-based printing service that was offered through its various products like Gmail, Chrome browser, and GDrive. According to Google, it will discontinue it... Read more

Google's political ad rules are here

Google's political ad rules are here

The political ads controversy is still on for the social media giants; Twitter and Facebook. Now, Google is making its stance clear by announcing that the company will limit the abilities of political... Read more

Twitter expands its policies on political ads

Twitter expands its policies on political ads

When Twitter announced its new policies on political ads last month, there was criticism from several statesmen and advocates. But now, Twitter has revealed that the company is rolling out a new set o... Read more

Google Chrome to label slow loading websites

Google Chrome to label slow loading websites

Whenever people open a webpage and it loads slowly, they’re in a dilemma, wondering if their network went down or if there’s something wrong with their phone. But truth is that often happe... Read more

Google's Project Nightingale is collecting healthcare records

Google's Project Nightingale is collecting healthcare records

Despite all the privacy talk, the tech giants can’t stop intruding into people’s privacy over and over. Recently, the Wall Street Journal reported that Google is secretly gathering data of... Read more

Snapdocs rakes in $25 million in Series B funding round

Snapdocs rakes in $25 million in Series B funding round

San Francisco-based Snapdocs Inc. has announced that it has raised $25 million in its Series B round of funding. The round of funding was led by F-Prime Capital, Sequoia Capital, Freestyle Capital, an... Read more