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#ThrowbackThursday is only the start: Instagram hashtags for every day of the week

Not getting your hashtag fill with #ThrowbackThursday or #ManCrushMonday? Here's a list of some of the platform's more popular hashtags, so you can outfit your next Instagram post with the proper tag, regardless of what day it is.
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Tinder will look quaint beside the future of digital dating

Online dating went from a novelty to the de facto was of meeting a mate in only 10 years, and as it goes mobile, it will continue to reshape the relationship landscape.
Social Media

Twitter suspends notorious hacker following second Democratic Party hack

Twitter temporarily suspended the infamous hacker (or hackers) known as Guccifer 2 on Saturday after a second dump of Democratic party files made it online. Guccifer 2 had claimed responsibility for the recent cyberattacks on the DNC and…
Social Media

Brands leap to Instagram Stories, find success

With the new Instagram Stories feature, it’s easy to create an orchestrated story with a start to finish -- allowing the content to differentiate itself from individual pieces of content in a feed.
Social Media

Feeling unpopular on Tumblr? Tips on how to get more followers

What's the point of posting all those gorgeous photos and insightful updates on your life if no one is listening, or in this case, looking? Check out our guide on how to gain more followers on Tumblr.
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Ordering Domino’s is as easy as typing ‘pizza’ in Messenger

It may just be the easiest food around, and now, it's also the easiest food to order. Domino's has officially launched its Facebook Messenger chatbot that lets you order a pie with just one word -- "PIZZA."
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Facebook tinkers with its News Feed to show you more ‘informative stories’

Facebook is once again upgrading its News Feed ranking system in order to personalize the content you see. This time its focus is on bringing you more "informative" stories from people and pages you follow.
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Ex-workers slam Twitter's double standards when it comes to censoring abuse

Twitter is once again facing scrutiny over its alleged failure to tackle abuse on its platform courtesy of a new report. The article alleges the company has systems in place to protect high-profile individuals but not its general user base.
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Nice try: Facebook update disables Adblock Plus reblocking filter

Facebook and Adblock Plus are at war over the social network's HTML ads. The ad-blocking tool has now unveiled a filter it says can reblock Facebook ads, but Facebook is updating its code that will disable the workaround.
Web

MobyTrip makes planning a vacation feel like a vacation in itself

Thanks to a new travel browser app from MobyTrip, setting yourself up for relaxation just got a whole lot more ... relaxing. The app brands itself as a "trip planner and optimizer app."
Mobile

Donate to charity while chatting with a celebrity with new app Chatter

If talking to Leonardo DiCaprio isn't enough to raise your blood pressure, maybe the thought of donating to charity will do it for you. Whether you're titillated by good actions or good looks, Chatter might be the new social media app for…
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Facebook adds more control over ads to customize and improve user experience

Facebook has spent the last few years analyzing how best to optimize its ads for a better -- and less distracting -- user experience. Now, it has unveiled improved ad controls in hopes of improving the experience for users.