Tag Archives: Facebook

Cyber Bullies Don’t Spare Even President’s Daughter

Sharmistha Mukherjee, daughter of President Pranab Mukherjee, faced similar online harassment on social media when a man in West Bengal sent her dirty messages and posted lews pictures on her Facebook page, enraging her and prompting action. Sharmishtha, who is also a member of the Congress Party and contested recent Delhi Assembly elections, has lodged a complaint with the Cyber ...

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Whatsapp Trying Video Calls as Youtube is on Social Media Again

Whatsapp, now a Facebook venture, is trying to roll out  new feature enabling its users to use its latest new feature video calling. Youtube, a Google venture, is now venturing into social media field that the parent company tried and failed umpteen times. invite basis and those who see it on their smartphones should switch the feature on and activate ...

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Creating Brand Modi on Twitter, Facebook Saved Indian PM: Study

On his first year anniversary as India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi refused to hold a press conference to discuss his performance. Instead, he tweeted about it and it was this social media which saved him from many criticisms and direct media ttacks, said a new study. Modi has become the world’s No. 2 most popular politician in the Twitter after ...

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Rahul Snubbed? Overwhelming Propaganda Machine at Work on Social Media, Reveals Open Letter

Those who fall for propaganda are those without self-dignity. The social media trolls are testimony to such indoctrinated and gullible mobs falling prey to manipulated opinion-making we see in India now and those who are good at social media manipulation are winning the game. Yes, those who fail fall in line will end up in microscopic minority soon and the ...

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Missed Diwali

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who was in Delhi addressing a Townhall in Delhi IIT last month, wished everyone a “Happy Diwali” but said on his Facebook account that he missed being in India at this time. Diwali is India’s largest festival of lights and many Americans are familiar with Diwali, which is held within Indian communities across the nation. Mark ...

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PICTURES: NASA Releases 8,400 Hi-resolution Images of Apollo Moon Missions

NASA has released 8400 hi-resolution images of iconic Apollo Moon Missions on Flicker. NASA made available every photo taken by astronauts on Apollo Moon Missions on the project Apollo Archive‘s Flickr account, the collection contains original NASA photo scans. The Apollo astronauts took these pictures with their chest-mounted Hasselbald cameras, along with many other photos from Earth and lunar orbit. ...

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Facebook to Introduce ‘Dislike’ Button Finally on Posts

With little choice for many on Facebook wither to like a post or keep silent, now the social media giant has decided to introduce “Dislike” button on Facebook Page that should showcase the public liking or not liking openly. The social networking site’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg has apparently realized the need to answer the aspiration of nearly 1.5 billion Facebook ...

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Modi to Hold Townhall at Facebook Headquarters During US Visit

A year after Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zukcerberg paid visit to India, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be among the top state heads to visit the Facebook headquarters at San Francisco where he will address a townhall or meeting with staff and answer queries during his US visit to attend the UN session. The visit scheduled on September ...

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Selena Gomez Uploads Nude Photo

Selena Gomez has silently updated her Facebook page with a nude picture sending shock waves across the globe, especially for her fans. Star of “Wizards of Waverly Place”, Selena has been a symbol of deceny for long and her break up with boyfriend Justin Biber has hurt more of their fans than the couple themselves who have carved out their ...

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Twitter Finally Removes 140 Characters Limit from Direct Messages

Did you check your Twitter App today? Then we suggest you open your Twitter account and notice that something is missing in Direct Message tab — the iconic limit of 140 characters for messages. Now, micro-blogging site Twitter allows you to go beyond 140 characters in direct message, and anybody who says that it is a microblogging website should change ...

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Independence Day 2015: Quotes, WhatsApp, Facebook Status and Messages

India is gearing up for 69th Independence Day, After two centuries of British Raj, India got Independence on the mid night of 14-15th of August. Here are a few collection of Quotes, WhatsApp Status and Messages to greet your loved ones. Happy Independence Day 2015 Thousands laid down there lives so that our country breathe this day.. Never forget there ...

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Facebook Working on Breaking News App on Your Phone

Facebook is working on a standalone mobile news application like micro-blogging site Twitter. Facebook is making a move ahead to their new initiative Facebook for Work announced late last year, the company announced for a breaking news app. The app is now in alpha testing stage and not much of the details are out as there has been no official statement ...

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Instagram Launches Search Tool for its Web Version

Ever since Instagram moved to web users from an app-only platform in 2013, the numbers of the free photo-sharing platform have been growing wild among celebrities and their followers. Of late, the Facebook-owned Instagram has been adding new features and the latest among them was a search tool for the first time. Using this search tool users can now browse user accounts, ...

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Top Snapchat Celebrities to Follow: A Glance

Snapchat has gained popularity with many celebrities embracing over Twitter or facebook that named worth reckoning are there in it. The Snapchat app allows users to share videos, photos and messages which appear for a while and disappear within seconds after taking a glance at them removing them from the cyberspace so nobody can misuse with the images later. After ...

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