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Want to celebrate pride? Facebook launches rainbow photo filter

Want to celebrate pride? Facebook launches rainbow photo filter

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Facebook has responded to current US events by letting users celebrate pride. In a landmark decision for the gay rights movement in the US, the Supreme Court ruled by a 5-to-4 vote on Friday that same-sex couples can marry nationwide, officially declaring... >>

These powerful videos depict what curious kids can do online when you’re not watching

These powerful videos depict what curious kids can do online when you’re not watching

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The internet can be a scary place for kids. And nothing drives that message home better than a video series showing youngsters being bullied, abused, and shamed while doing basic web-related things, such as gaming or messaging with friends. Internet Matters... >>

You no longer need to pay for a monthly subscription to get Netflix

You no longer need to pay for a monthly subscription to get Netflix

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Netflix has introduced pay-as-you-go gift cards that pay for access to its streaming service but without the need for a regular monthly subscription. Not only does this give gift givers the option to send friends and loved ones money towards the use of... >>

Gmail adds ‘Undo Send’ button, here's how to turn it on

Gmail adds ‘Undo Send’ button, here's how to turn it on

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Making an error on an email, replying to all by mistake or saying something you want to take back, are no longer permanent fails. Google has added an "Undo Send" feature to its Gmail on the web. Now if you've sent something you regret you can simply hit... >>

Taylor Swift complaint gets artists paid for Apple Music free trial

Taylor Swift complaint gets artists paid for Apple Music free trial

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After Apple announced that its new Apple Music streaming service would offer a three-month free trial, the world rejoiced. But there was more to it than met the eye. According to an open letter written by Taylor Swift to Apple, artists would be the ones... >>

Amazon paying authors based on page reads: Is it a good or bad thing?

Amazon paying authors based on page reads: Is it a good or bad thing?

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Amazon has announced that it will begin paying its authors based on the number of pages read, rather than books sold. From 1 July Kindle Unlimited and Kindle Owners' Lending Library authors will no longer be paid for each title downloaded, but rather... >>

What is Twitter Project Lightning?

What is Twitter Project Lightning?

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A secret Twitter plan, dubbed Project Lightning, has just been revealed. Project Lightning, according to a BuzzFeed interview with Twitter, is going to change how the platform works. The plan is to offer a live event coverage platform, on Twitter, than... >>

Switching broadband provider just got easy, here’s how

Switching broadband provider just got easy, here’s how

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Broadband is fast becoming the most important connection in our homes. From streaming shows and movies to browsing our social feeds and, of course, streaming music. That connection is under more and more strain. So, upgrading to offer enough speed should... >>

Netflix upgrades site for first time in 4 years: Here’s what you need to know

Netflix upgrades site for first time in 4 years: Here’s what you need to know

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If you've logged onto your Netflix account via a web browser anytime recently, you may have noticed a change. For the first time in four years Netflix has updated its website. That sounds like a long time to go without an update but if it ain't broke... >>

You could make money from Amazon deliveries soon

You could make money from Amazon deliveries soon

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Amazon is reportedly preparing an app that will allow anyone to deliver its packages, for money. According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon is planning to make package delivery more efficient by using the general public. The idea is that you'll be able... >>