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Instagram users, multi-page ‘carousel ads’ are coming your way

Instagram is introducing 'carousel ads' that let users swipe through multiple pages, giving marketers the chance to include more content when it comes to pushing their product.
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ISIS threatens Twitter’s Jack Dorsey and employees over blocked accounts

ISIS supporters on Sunday issued threats against Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey and other employees at the social media company. The message expressed anger at Twitter's constant removal of its accounts, which the company says violate its…

What ever happened to that Kickstarter game you funded? Find out here

Frustrated with inconsistent communication from developers of Kickstarted games, NeoGAF user Stumpokapow created a comprehensive spreadsheet of projects and their progress.
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LinkedIn fights Google for office space in Mountain View

Google wasn't the only tech firm to submit proposals for new offices in Mountain View recently. Social networking company LinkedIn also has plans, though with limited space for new construction in the city, there could be trouble ahead.

Is this dress white and gold or black and blue? The experts have an answer

The dress that broke the Internet is white and gold. Or maybe it's blue and black. The thing is, it's one or the other to different sets of people, and there are several very scientific reasons why. Here's what's going on.
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Twitter expands team dealing with abuse reports, updates anti-troll tools

Twitter's boss recently admitted the company has a bit of a problem dealing with abuse and trolls on the service, and vowed to put it right. With that goal in mind, the company on Thursday announced more measures to tackle the damaging…
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Firefighter fired after bragging on Facebook about killing dogs

In the least surprising viral event to date this year, a Texas firefighter attracted the ire of the entire Internet after allegedly killing two dogs, taking a picture and boasting about it on Facebook.

Revenge porn could soon become a federal crime in the United States

U.S. Congresswoman Jackie Speier is set to introduce a new bill that would make revenge porn a federal crime. Rep. Speier is set to introduce the bill sometime this spring.

Find the perfect meme image with Imgur’s new Topics feature

Imgur has introduced a new Topics features that lets users categorize a photo, which in turn helps other Imgur users easily browse and discover content.

Epson Perfection V19 low-power flatbed scanner comes with Web sharing function

Compact, affordable, and targeting social media users, Epson's new Perfection V19 scanner shares images directly to social networks and is powered only from a USB cord.

Now you can give your video Snapchats a soundtrack

Thanks to a new app update, videos created in Snapchat can record the music that's playing on your phone at the same time, giving you the chance to add a soundtrack, or lip-sync along.
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Keep your eye out! Facebook is getting better at targeting ads

Facebook users can expect to see better-targeted ads showing up when they use the social networking service after the company this week rolled out a new feature to help businesses serve up more relevant content based on a user's interests…