Monthly Archive:: November 2013

Facebook testing a ‘read it later’ feature: Report

It looks like popular social networking site, Facebook, wants to encourage people to share and read news articles and stories via the service. Facebook is testing a feature that will allow users to save links for later

Instagram finally lands on Windows Phone, stripped of video uploads

Believe it or not, but a number of people including tech pundits attributed the lack of an official Instagram client as a reason for Windows Phone devices not getting enough traction. All that changed on Wednesday, when

Google India launches ‘Helping Women Get Online’ campaign

With women comprising just 30 percent of the online population in India, Internet giant Google Wednesday said it aims to help 50 million women in the country go digital in a year. “India has over 200 million

Twitter updates Android and iOS apps with new search filters, trend discovery

Twitter has updated its mobile apps for Android and iOS, adding new filters in search to allow users to quickly find relevant tweets. The updated Twitter apps come with the option to also view all tweets (and

Blocking sites, search results an ‘ineffective’ way to stop child porn: IET

A recent move by technology giants Google and Microsoft to prevent users from searching for child pornography online is a “blunt and ineffective tool and can easily be circumvented”, a global professional body of engineers said. The