Krishna Thapa

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  • Should you log out of Facebook while watching porn?

    The largest social network Facebook uses various tools to collect user information and thus know their tastes and preferences, in order to channel advertising that is of interest to its users. However, this ability of Facebook goes beyond its portal, since the platform is also able to track our interests outside of Facebook, such as […]

  • Gmail can detect 99.9% of spam emails now

    According to TechCrunch , Google said its machine learning technology is now able to detect spam and phishing messages with 99.9% accuracy. This means that only one in every thousand messages inadvertently reaches the Gmail inbox. Currently 50-70% of the messages the Google e-mail service receives are spam. For messages reaching the user, the company […]

  • Google Chrome will block annoying ads from 2018

    Sometimes advertisements are so annoying that they they can harm your computer with unnecessary click bait scams and viruses. There are millions of click bait websites on the world which are generating revenues with such advertisements. Do you feel the same ? If you are, here is a good news for you, Google chrome is […]

  • YouTube cuts advertising on hate videos and discrimination

    YouTube announced that now it has three main guidelines aimed to prevent content producers from making money by producing hateful content and discrimination and making their videos viral. The decision, aimed at appe asing advertisers, discourages hateful and humiliating content production. In addition, it also prevents the creation of satirical content derived from “family-friend” characters. “We’ve […]

  • Your Keys to a best digital strategy

    The digital world means endless possibilities in all aspects of a business. From how suppliers are contacted, through internal processes and leading to the distribution processes, to the sale and promotion of products and services, the digital revolution has transformed almost everything in its path, opening the doors for an exponential jump In the creation, […]

  • Smart Answers in Gmail

    After Allo and Inbox by Gmail, Gmail users can now take advantage of the smart response feature that provides message suggestions to respond to emails quickly. “Intelligent response uses machine learning to give better answers as you use it. So, if you’re a person who writes “thank you !” Instead of “thank you.”, Let us […]

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    Google AMP reaches 2 billion pages in the world

    During the Google I / O developer conference, Google announced that there are more than 2 billion pages of AMP technology, with a total of about 900,000 domains. According to the Google’s Mountain View Headquater, these pages are loaded twice as fast as previously through adjustments made to Google’s own servers. “The new AMP speed […]

  • The Facebook measure that will surprise you (and will kill the clickbait headlines)

    Facebook has announced new updates aimed at reducing “clickbait” headlines, designed to attract attention and tempt visitors to click on a link (such as the one that heads this same news), within the actions it seeks to combat Misleading or sensational news and spam. Last year the company updated the social media ‘News Feed’ to […]

  • A study reveals that social networks can be dangerous to the mental health

    One study reveals that four of the five most popular social networks can damage the mental health of the adolescents . Instagram, the social network of photos and videos, has the most negative impact on the mental well-being of adolescents, according to a survey in which about 1,500 people between 14 and 24 years old have […]

  • Instagram continues to introduce more features in its camera

    Instagram has been updating its platform little by little and with each change is increasingly resembling another popular social network: Snapchat. This time Instagram announced new features that match the latest features that the ghost company had previously introduced into the market. Filters for selfies Instagram announced the introduction of face filters on the camera […]

  • Watch this cute video of young Juckerberg being accepted in Harvard

    The CEO of Facebook , Mark Zuckerberg , has surprised his followers on the social network after sharing a very rare and a special video of his teenage, when he was accepted in Harvard University. It is the moment when Zuckerberg’s father comes to his room while he tries to find out if he has […]

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    Facebook earns 75% more in the first quarter

    Facebook closed the first quarter accounts with a turnover of $ 8.03 billion. That represents a 50% increase when compared to revenues a year ago. The largest social network on the Internet Facebook has a competetion on advertisement with Google the most sophisticated technology in Silicon Valley. Facebook profit rose to 3,065 million, up 75%. Facebook […]

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    Facebook to hire 3,000 more workers to monitor violent videos

    The goal of this measure is to review and eliminate content that is not allowed on Facebook as quickly as possible. Facebook has announced that it will hire 3,000 more people in the next 12 months to expand the team that is responsible for monitoring reports of violent acts that are regularly published on the […]

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    Facebook announces improvements in its Video Rights

    Facebook has announced the launch of New automated tools to improve its support for the business objectives of Rights Manager users. Rights Manager is a tool launched by the company some time ago, which aims to help its users protect their videos on a large scale by helping them find matches with content posted on Facebook. […]

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    Make money with Facebook Instant Articles

    Instant Articles is a product launched by Facebook over a year ago which allows publishers to create quick and interactive articles for users of this social network. Initially Instant articles were only available for few hundred publishers, but from the month of April 2017 its commonly available and thousands of publishers are already into this exciting experiment. It […]

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    Do you know what is the Facebook’s Personal Fundraiser is ?

    Facebook has announced the launch of Personal Fundraisers, a tool that will allow social network users to start a fundraiser for non-profit initiatives. Some are criticising facebook for this as an act of the copying of Gofundme, but Facebook stated that they are committed to building tools that help to build a global community of support and […]

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    Google Pixel will have security updates until October 2019

    Google has made public the “minimum refresh period” for its first smartphone, Google Pixel. According to the company, the device will have security updates until October 2019 – for those which are sold from the Google Store. “Pixel Smartphones receive security patches for at least three years from the first availability of the device on […]

  • Google is deleting the Orkut community file

    Google has announced that it will delete the Orkut Communities File that was made available to the public after the social network closes in 2014. Created to preserve Orkut’s memory, the file allowed users to search communities and topics that existed within the service. However, there was a lack of care by the search engine […]

  • Google engineer develops Android app that improves night shots

    Google researcher and scientist Florian Kainz has developed an Android application that could help the camera of Android devices bring better results in night shots. Challenged by his team, he has created an experimental application that helps Android users take sharper pictures and less noise, even in conditions far from ideal. “When the shutter button […]

  • Google+ adds the section with “Topics to Explore”

    Google+ has announced a new feature on the social network that lets you find content by interest through a new “Topics to Explore” layer section. “With this new feature, you’ll see a great diversity of High Quality Collections and Communities and find people related to the topics of your interest,” Google has published. “To see […]

  • Google and Huawei develop rival of Raspberry Pi

    Google and Huawei have developed two Raspberry Pi-style boards to allow developers to encode drivers for Android versions. With the news, devs will no longer have to rely on Intel x86 architecture and Chromebooks to build software for ARM-based systems. “Using a reference card can make it easier to upgrade efforts, reduce the time to […]

  • Chrome 59 will support animated PNGs

    Google Chrome version 59 will natively support animated PNG technology without any additional software. Although the news was not disclosed by the official blogs of the company, a Googler confirmed the information through the website of Chromium. Extensions available in the Chrome Web Store have supported animated PNG, but this is about to end in […]

  • Google Maps gains improvements in parking location save option

    Google announced today that it has made some improvements to the ‘save parking place‘ feature available in the Google Maps app. According to the search engine, it is now possible to add location information such as annotations, allowed parking time, and location photos in the map service by touching the blue dot within the maps. […]

  • ‘Page rank’ is officially recognised by Oxford dictionary

    The Oxford English Dictionary officially added the word ” Page Rank ” in its dictionaries as of this month. Also known as “page ranking“, the noun received the following description: “A value assigned to a web page as a measure of its popularity or importance, used to determine the order in which search engine results […]

  • A man hanged his 11-Month old daughter on facebook live and killed himself

    BANGKOK, Thailand – An angry man in Thailand upset with his wife hanged his 11-month-old daughter and broadcasted the crime scene on Facebook Live and then killed himself. Police Officers found the bodies of Wutissan Wongtalay, 20, and the 11 month baby in an abandoned hotel in Phuket province, Thailand, after receiving informations about the […]

  • Google makes Tabel, a virtual reality film

    Google has announced that it has produced an “interactive virtual reality” movie that can be watched using its VR mobile device. “You’re sitting at a table in the center of a restaurant and you can interact with six stories, listening to the conversations on the other tables,” Google says. “‘Tabel‘ uses an audio technique that […]

  • Cassini: Google honors NASA probe

    Since I love art and graphics, I always watch google doodles with interest. Google is paying tribute to public figures and it’s helping to raise voices to aware people and social causes. This time it has given a tribute to spacecraft ‘Nave Cassini’ which recorded images of Saturn and its moons before 20 years. “Saturn, […]

  • The camera and the VR stand out in the event of Facebook for developers

    Mark Zuckerberg, has expressed the importance of the camera in any communication today and has shown new tools for users and creators. Facebook has celebrated the first day of its annual F8 developer event, where company CEO Mark Zuckerberg has expressed the importance of the camera in any communication today and has shown new tools […]

  • Google announces changes in search engine to counter “fake news”

    Google announced that it will promote “structural changes in search engine” in order to discourage low-quality content and false news. According to the company, about 0.25% of the searches made today in the search engine return with “offensive content” or “clearly misleading“, which requires changes in the way the company delivers the results. “To help […]

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    Here is the Electric flying car [Video]

    Kitty Hawk, a company that has investments from the CEO of Alphabet Larry Page, revealed last week details of its electric flying car. According to Bloomberg, Google’s co-founder would have invested more than $ 100 million in the company specializing in aerodynamics, advanced manufacturing and electric propulsion research since 2010. The Kitty Hawk Flyer is […]

  • See how the Earth Day doodle was made

    Google tributes to Earth Day with a special doodle that offers tips to users to “make the planet happier!”. “Today, we honor the rich and vast Earth, which sustained generations before us and continues to nourish life and inspire admiration. With an estimated 4.543 billion years of age, Earth is still the only known object […]

  • ‘Facebook Assassin’ commits suicide after police chase

    Police in Pennsylvania announced Tuesday that Steve Stephens, dubbed a Facebook killer, committed suicide after being cornered by local police cars in Erie. Stephens, who broadcast live on Facebook a video in which he coldly killed an elderly man from Cleveland, Ohio, and announced his intention to continue committing killings because of a disillusionment “Pennsylvania […]

  • Google announces the new Google Earth

    Google today announced a new version of Google Earth that offers extra features that help explore and share Earth’s details. According to the search engine, it was two years of development to implement the improvements in the service and they can already be checked via web and devices with the Android platform . “With the […]

  • Microsoft’s To-Do application for Android

    Microsoft today announced the launch of the Microsoft To-Do application for Android that promises to make it easy to create task lists. “Microsoft To-Do is a smart, simple task list that makes it easy to plan your day. Whether it’s for work, school or at home, To-Do helps improve your productivity and reduce your stress […]

  • Instagram for Android now gets offline mode, works without internet

    During the F8 developer conference, Facebook announced that Instagram for Android is now able to work even without an internet connection. With offline mode, the application now keeps the images loaded and allows users to post, comment, follow or do anything else. Users will still be able to return to the profiles they visited before […]

  • Google closes AdSense plugin for WordPress

    In January of this year, after reports from several readers, we brought the news that the AdSense plugin for WordPress became incompatible with the latest version of the platform due to lack of updates. According to usage data released by WordPress itself, at least 200,000 sites worldwide have experienced flaws or interruptions in the plugin’s […]

  • Android Pay wins payment mode with PayPal

    Google has announced that it is now possible to choose PayPal’s online payment system as payment method in Android Pay. According to the company, US users can pay for things like Uber, as well as in retailers like Walgreens and restaurants like Dunki’n Donuts and Subway. “People in the US can simply link their PayPal […]

  • Facebook and Tesla try to connect the human brain with computers

    Big tech companies like Facebook or Tesla are recruiting engineers and scientists to get the human brain connected to computers. They assure that it is not a futuristic dream. For the creator of Tesla there are no limits. Its dream is to conquer Mars and create a civilization of at least one million people. The […]

  • Google announces PAX, patent licensing agreement

    Google has announced PAX, a patent licensing agreement that will allow Android manufacturers to share patents with each other. The company says some of the biggest brands related to Android have already signed contract, including LG, Samsung, HTC and of course Google itself. “Members collectively own more than 230,000 patents worldwide. As more companies join, […]

  • Self-healing smartphones will be in market by 2020

    Scientists are working on a new material capable of conducting electricity and apparently with the incredible abilities of self-repair against cuts and scratches. According to the Business Insider website, the new material was created by chemists at the University of California Riverside and is composed of “elastic polymer and ionic salt.” “The material, which can […]

  • Google will flag fake news in search results

    In addition to the fact-finding in Google News , Google has announced that it will also begin flagging its search results when a subject is considered highly contested. “When you do a search on Google search that brings results with facts that have been verified, you’ll see that highlighted on the results page,” said Justin […]

  • Facebook trying to detect and restrict on fake news

    Company launches notifications and identification format to halt the spread of rumors. “We want the information shared on Facebook to be true, serious,” says Adam Mosseri, vice president of the news feed , the service news feeder, which all users see as they enter their page on the world’s largest social network . Facebook has […]

  • Allo Bots allow you to create polls and find GIFs

    Like Telegram, Google Allo also has the integration of bots that add extra features to the instant communication application. Polls With YesNo, users can poll with friends and get their opinion without having to go to other external services. To start a search, simply type @yesno in the message field and add the question that […]

  • YouTube Live Available for 1K Subscribers

    To enable YouTube live on mobile devices, Google now requires that channels have at least 1,000 subscribers. The previous rule required 10,000 subscribers. “All you have to do to start streaming is to open YouTube, hit the capture button and you’re live! The streamed videos will have the same functionality as regular YouTube videos, “explains […]

  • Twitter Lite uses Google’s Progressive Web Apps technology

    Twitter has announced the launch of Twitter Lite, a web-based experience designed to minimize data usage, quickly load slow connections, and use less storage space on devices. To check, simply log in to mobile.twitter.com directly from the device – the version will be available in the web browser. “The novelty uses less than 1MB in […]

  • Study confirms – Teens like Google

    Google funded a survey to find out which brands are most popular with Generation Z and the result was unusual: nothing is cooler than Google itself. Listened people rated the Mountain View giant and its products as “unique, impressive, interesting, incredible and so much more.” While YouTube emerged ahead of Netflix, the Google Chrome browser […]

  • Google’s employee reportedly fainted

    According to Business Insider , a Google employee X – the project division of Google Moonshot – have fainted for a Project Wing of fieldwork. The official, whose name was not disclosed, was assigned to fieldwork that included the first tests of delivery drones for the transportation of consumer and emergency goods. While accompanying jobs […]

  • Kisses in a boxThe story goes that a man punis…

    Family and friends are angels who lift us to our feet when our wings have trouble remembering how to fly Kisses in a box The story goes that a man punished his 3-year-old daughter for wasting a roll of gold wrapping paper. Money was tight and he became infuriated when the child tried to decorate […]