Tag Archive: Internet

Virtually Poked !

Most everyone out there on the internet knows what a poke on Facebook is. It’s a way of getting the attention or saying hello to another Facebook member. Well, in the not so distant future Facebook will be introducing some virtual reality (VR) apps that users would be able to use by way of a virtual …

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Do You Dislike Facebook ?

Facebook is the most popular social media website in the world. Along with being such a big and very popular social media website there are bound to be people who “Dislike” Facebook. Before you guys start thinking that this is an article to bash Facebook I want to let you know that this article is …

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Saving FACEbook!

It the wake of an enormous backlash of user outcry and complaints, Facebook recently apologized to it’s users for conducting emotional experiments on it’s users. Now Facebook is trying to save face and announced new guidelines for their experiment conducting on it’s users. So, now as long as there are “New Guidelines” it’s OK to …

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“Like” being Stalked?

Well if you answer yes to that question then you will “Like” the new Facebook mobile feature called “Nearby Friends”. Facebook has made it a lot easier to have your friends stalk you (If you like that kind of thing.) with this new feature in their Facebook mobile apps.   Facebook mobile’s newest feature called …

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Google Got High!

Yes that’s right, Google just got high! High flying Drones that is. Google has just acquired Titan Aerospace which makes high flying drones that can stay aloft for extended periods of time. Google made this acquisition so they can move forward with their plans to help provide internet access to the approximately two thirds of …

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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Facebook !

Though Mark Zuckerberg CEO of Facebook doesn’t wear a cape (or at least not in public), he wants to be the “Super-Man” who brings the internet to millions of people around the world who presently don’t have it. A couple of days after spending $2 billion dollars to buy a VR (Virtual Reality) company (see …

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