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What’s on TV tonight? Google’s bringing live TV listings straight to Search

Looking for something to watch? Instead of turning on the tube just to find something, you'll soon be able to see live TV listings within Google Search. That's in addition to all the info Google already offers about TV shows and movies.
Mobile

Is this the droid you’re looking for? Browse BotPages’ directory to find your bot

Looking for a bot to give you the scores for the latest match? Or a bot for weather info? BotPages has the one for you! BotPages is an online directory that gives you access to more than 5,000 bots.
Mobile

You can finally make group calls with Facebook Messenger

Voice calling on Facebook is quick and easy to use, but to date it's been missing one major feature: group calls. Well, folks, that feature is finally here, and will be rolling out to both iOS and Android users over the next 24 hours.
Web

Google Inbox simplifies event planning by grouping related emails

Google has updated Inbox to include a "Save to Inbox" button for links. Inbox will also now group emails from particular events together, so you won't have to deal with dozens of emails for that event.
Social Media

Is Snapchat high? New Bob Marley ‘blackface’ filter spurs negative buzz on 4/20

On Wednesday, Snapchat introduced a new feature released exclusively for a day of cannabis celebration (4/20) -- a Bob Marley filter that gives users instant blackface. No, seriously.
Social Media

Buckingham Palace seeks Twitter royalist to tweet for Queen and country

The Queen of England is seeking someone for a job fit for a king. The official website of the British Monarchy is in search of a social media manager for the Royals' Twitter and Facebook accounts. The right candidate could pocket over…
Social Media

NYPD’s #UnlockJustice social media campaign backfires on Twitter

A hashtag promoting the NYPD's newly launched anti-encryption campaign on social media has already backfired. Twitter users are predominantly adding it to their tweets in opposition to #UnlockJustice.
Mobile

UberEats Instant Delivery nixed in NYC only a month after standalone app launch

Are you an UberEats user who lives in New York City? Unfortunately, it may start taking a little longer for your food to be delivered -- Uber has shut down the Instant Delivery section of the UberEats app.
Business

Instagram is set to turn a huge profit for Facebook this year

Instagram is set to have a huge year, according to analysts at Credit Suisse. The popular photo-sharing app is projected to generate a massive profit for its parent company Facebook, thanks to its advertising strategy.
Mobile

Google and Verizon connecting Japan and Ecuador earthquake victims with loved ones

Google and Verizon have, with a combination of tools and fee waivers, made it easier to contact victims of the Japan and Ecuador earthquakes. They're also contributing to the relief efforts in both countries.
Social Media

Facebook considering a number of ways to let users earn money from posts

Facebook is considering a number of monetization options for posts on its platform, according to a new survey circulated on the site. The financial incentives would bring it closer to YouTube in terms of its revenue-sharing strategy.
Social Media

Before the billions: Video shows young, beer-swilling Zuckerberg

An interview from 2005 provides a glimpse into the early, free-wheeling days of social media giant Facebook. Believe it or not, Zuck didn't always want to rule the world, or know everything about you.