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Twitter plans to increase the number of characters from 140 to a limit of 10,000. However, this isn’t the only limit the social network has. Here are some Twitter limitations you probably didn’t even know existed.
Video conferencing has come a long way from the days when software used to come across hitches precisely at the most inopportune moments. Let’s take a look at its promising future.
Spear phishing is dangerous because it uses the rapport between an individual and an organization to accomplish its purpose. This article explains what it is and how to protect yourself.
Moving from one Gmail account to another is easy, but what about those emails left in your old account? If you want an easy way to move emails from one Gmail account to another, here’s how to do that.
Are you familiar with state-sponsored hacking? If not, this article will open your eyes and explain why it will continue to be a growing phenomenon as the Internet becomes more ubiquitous in our lives.
Are you taking full advantage of all that your Google account has to offer? If not, here are some not-so-common services/apps that can be accessed with your Google Account.
Have you ever wanted to have a web-based operating system – one that you can access anywhere on any computer right from your web browser? If so, check out OS.js
Google has recently announced that they are now giving more priority to websites with HTTPS encryption. Does this make you feel more secure using Google?
Following in YouTube’s steps, Facebook recently announced that it has stopped using Flash entirely for videos across the entire social network. It’s time to explain why Flash is being dumped in favor of HTML5.
Many websites require viewers to have an account to use certain features. If you intend to view content without making an account, here’s how to do so using disposable accounts.
Since 2006, Facebook has established a minimum age of 13 for the use of its services. Do you think that setting a minimum age like this is wise? Let’s discuss.
Tired of hearing about the Kardashians, Jenner, and MIley Cyrus? Wish you could block everything related to them? Thanks to these Google Chrome extensions, you can.
It seems to many that WhatsApp is the only way to communicate; hopefully after seeing what Telegram can do for you, you will want to give Telegram a try.
The Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) has been an instrumental tool in the fight against hackers. While SHA-1 has been the standard, it’s now being abandoned for SHA-2. Here’s why.
Facebook’s Live Streaming Service is an immersive and authentic way to connect with the public figures you care about in real-time. Here’s what you need to know about it.
If you are a bit concerned about Google tracking, then you might want to know what Google knows about you and how to opt out. Here we’ll show you how to do that.
Is your favorite website blocked at work or a public location? If so, here are 4 of the easiest methods to access blocked websites.