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Instagram confirms it won’t notify users of screenshots after all

Back in February, Facebook-owned Instagram revealed that it was testing a new feature that would notify its users whenever people took screenshots of their

Users Experiencing Battery Draining on Latest iOS 11.4 Update

Last month, Apple released its latest iOS 11.4 update intended for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The new update brought about some really

Instagram opens up about the black box system it uses to place posts on a user’s feed

Back in 2016, Instagram decided to change what a subscriber would see on his feed. At the time, the most recently sent posts were

WhatsApp group audio and video calls features go live for some Android users

Facebook announced in early May during the annual F8 developer conference that it will bring new features to WhatsApp in the not so distant

T-Mobile Users Experiencing Service Outage in Houston

Have you been experiencing some service issues with T-Mobile? It looks like there is currently a service issue affecting users in Houston. A number

In full-page ads, Zuckerberg apologizes for Facebook’s failure to protect users’ personal data

A letter from Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg appears in nine Sunday papers today in the form of a full-page advertisement. The letter,

Google allows some Android users to shop in a different country’s Google Play Store

If you’ve changed the region of your Google Play Store in order to download a game or app unavailable in your home country, you’ll

Google: Project Fi Users to Get Smart Reply Feature This Week

Back in 2015, Google introduced a new feature to its Inbox app. This new feature, called Smart Reply, is a predictive texting feature that

Study Shows Unlimited Data Plan Users Consume More Cellular Data Over Wi-Fi

The numbers do not lie. The latest Connected Intelligence report from research firm NPD Group shows that unlimited data plan customer’s cellular data consumption

After being acquired by Apple, Shazam introduces offline mode for iOS users

Apple announced last week it will acquire Shazam for $ 400 million, which makes the future of the music recognition app rather uncertain. Is