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Internet sites to protest Trump Admin’s net neutrality plan

Internet sites to protest Trump Admin’s net neutrality plan A group of sites plan to take action to draw attention to a crucial FCC vote planned for Dec. 14 that could dismantle Obama-era net neutrality rules. A lot of the tech industry is not happy. A group of activists and websites including Imgur, Mozilla, Pinterest, Reddit, GitHub, Etsy, BitTorrent and ... Read More »

Yahoo And Mozilla Sue Each Other Over Partnership Collapse

Yahoo and Mozilla have sued each other over the recent unraveling of what was supposed to be a five-year search partnership. The original deal, which began in November of 2014, called for Yahoo to become the default search engine on the Firefox browser. Yahoo reportedly agreed to pay Mozilla $375 million a year for that status. Last month, Mozilla terminated ... Read More »

Fake Google ad Sends Users to Scam Site

The search engine giant Google has said that the advertisement violated its policies and has been removed. A fake advertisement reportedly led some users searching for “Amazon” on Thanksgiving to a scam website just before the Black Friday shopping frenzy, media reported. “Some Google users searching for “Amazon” on Thanksgiving were shown a phoney ad that redirected to a scam ... Read More »

WhatsApp’s deleted messages can still be read: Here’s the trick for doing this

WhatsApp’s ‘delete for all’ feature was rolled out recently. However, deleted or called messages on WhatsApp can still be read thanks to this one hack. WhatsApp ‘Delete for Everyone’ feature was rolled out a few days back. It lets users delete or recall sent messages within seven minutes of sending them. Now a Spanish Android blog Android Jefe has discovered ... Read More »

Google and Facebook envision Stories for news, not social

Stories taught us the joy of dictating the pace of content consumption. We fast-forward in 10-second increments, with a quick trigger finger let loose the moment we get bored. That’s why soon, endless paragraphs of text and time-consuming videos might not be the only ways to get our news. This week, signs were revealed suggesting both Facebook and Google believe Snapchat’s ... Read More »

Internet TV company Roku hires banks for 2017 IPO

Roku has hired Morgan Stanley and Citigroup to lead its IPO, sources say. People familiar with the matter say the company is aiming for a valuation above $1 billion. Internet television company Roku has hired investment banks to lead an initial public offering that could come later this year as it aims for a valuation of more than $1 billion, ... Read More »