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Social media giant Facebook and its App Instagram faced outage on Saturday. The website was unavailable for some time in the evening, however like in the past Facebook services were restored immediately.
Social media giant Facebook has released new tools that lets media houses display their logos alongside headlines.
Facebook to run top posts from politicians in your News Feed even if you don’t follow them: Here’s why
Facebook is testing a feature that will run top posts from local politicians into users news feed who follow at least one local, state or federal representative from their area
Delhi based edTech firm, XPrep, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Netherland based venture fund Rising Stars.
Blaze Fast Fire'd Pizza, the fast-casual artisanal pizza concept known for its chef-driven menu and casually hip restaurants, announced today that it will open its first Kansas location, in Wichita, on Thursday, September 14th. To celebrate the grand opening, the Wichita restaurant will offer FREE build-your-own artisanal pizzas on Friday,...
Chines smartphone maker Vivo has planned Vivo V7+ launch for today. To make it grand, company will run live feed on social media sites, e-commerce portals Amazon India and Flipkart
Instagram Data Breach: Want to give a call to your favourite pop star or send an email to your favourite footballer? You can get their contact details for as low as $10.
SSC MTS Re-Exam 2017: Take a practice test before MTS Computer Based Examination on September 16, says Staff Selection Commission
SSC MTS Re-Exam 2017 will be a computer based exam, so to ensure that candidates are familiar with system and no goof-up happens on the day of the exam, SSC has now put a practice test for computer based examination on its website.
The re-examination of Multi Tasking (Non Technical) Staff Examination 2017 (Paper-I) will be held from September 16 to October 26, said a notification by Staff Selection Commission (SSC).
In 2013, the global e-discovery market was valued at $5.5 billion incorporating both services and software. In a next five years it’s predicted to grow by $21 billion, mainly due to the mounting growth in the volume of ESI.