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YouTube Music will Launch on May 22 and Replace Red Subscription Service

YouTube Music

YouTube Music, a new music streaming service will be launched on May 22, comes with several new features and premium version.

YouTube released a post yesterday and announced this new service – YouTube Music, it gathers different type of music streaming and services, such as Read more…

Google Is Developing New Social-Gaming Startup ‘Arcade’


Google is reportedly (by Bloomberg) helping a 21-Year-Old to develop a new social gaming application, called Arcade.

Michael Sayman, the young project manager who began working at Alphabet Inc.’s Google in August 2017 Read more…

Wikipedia Adds New Page Previews Feature For The Links

Wikipedia Page Previews

Are you a common users of Wikipedia? The Wikipedia foundation recently releases a brand-new feature, which may be very useful for you, that is the page previews.

What’s page previews? It is able to enable users to previews a brief introduction about a link on the article, and the introduction consists of an image and a few words. Read more…

YouTube Faces Lawsuit For Violating a Children’s Privacy Law


Not abide by the child protection laws? A group of more than 21 organizations filed a complaint with federal officials on Monday and claimed YouTube doing not comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. Read more…

Zuckerberg Apologize Cambridge Analytica Scandal in Full-page ads

Zuckerberg Apologize

With the Cambridge Analytica Scandal keeps spreading on the society, Facebook continues to take PR strategy to reduce the tensions, and Mark Zuckerberg just took out a full page ads to apologize this event in several news media.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg did an public apologize apology on Sunday with a full-page ads in Washington Post, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and six UK papers The Observer, The Sunday Times, Mail on Sunday, Sunday Mirror, Sunday Express and Sunday Telegraph. Read more…

Facebook Lite Will Kick Off In The US from Friday

Facebook Lite

Popular social media Facebook recently announced that the Lite version will be available for developed countries, and now it starts to work from Friday.

Facebook Lite is a slim version of the Facebook app that launched in 2015, and targeting the developing counters which get a slower internet connections like 2G networks Read more…

Xbox One X and One S will Support AMD FreeSync Displays

Xbox One X

Wanna get a better user experience of your Xbox One X? Microsoft is taking steps to add support for AMD’s FreeSync displays to its Xbox One X and Xbox One S, which will be achieved in the upcoming Xbox spring update.

Microsoft now is planing this new update in these two devices’ consoles, and in addition to the FreeSync display, the 1440p support feature will also come out in the spring update. Read more…

EU Consider to Tax Tech Giants Between to 2% and 6%


European Union (EU) will unveil a plan this month to tax big technology companies revenue between 2 percent and 6 percent, and it is more likely closer to 2% than to 6%, according to Bruno Le Maire.

“A European directive will be disclosed in the coming weeks. It will be a considerable step. The (tax rate) range is 2 percent to 6 percent, we will be closer to 2 percent than 6 percent”. Read more…

Microsoft Intend to Put Progressive Web Apps into Windows Apps

Progressive Web Apps into Windows

Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) turn into Windows apps? Microsoft now is making effort to attain it and has taken a major step on the progress.

Microsoft published a post at February 6, which shared some news and recent efforts on previewing PWAs in Windows and bring PWAs to the Microsoft Store. Read more…

Google Flights Start to Predict Flight Delays Now

Google Flights

Always get mad by the flight delay? Google Flights releases some features that may be helpful for you to troubleshoot this problem or improve the situation.

Google just updated its Flights app that adds a few features, which including predict light delays and provides exact services for a specific flight Read more…