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Microsoft to ScoMo – we can fill the Google void with Bing

A report has surfaced from the Australian Financial Review that Microsoft had advised our Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, that its search engine Bing, can fill the void should Google withdraw its search from Australia. The...

Facebook could allow users block comments with selected words or phrases from their timeline

According to a look at an in development feature, Facebook are apparently considering allowing users to block comments that contain specified selected words, phrases, or emoji appearing in their timeline. The look at the...

Facebook launches its new ‘Today In’ local news service to 10 regional Australian cities

Facebook has launched an Australian version of its ‘Today In’ local news service, with 10 regional cities taing part in the initial trial. Announced in the US with six cities in January this year before...

BlackBerry takes Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram to court over messaging patents

BlackBerry Limited, the now very-reduced Canadian business enterprise software company is taking Facebook and its subsidiaries, WhatsApp and Instagram, to court in a case where BlackBerry alleges Facebook (and its subsidiaries) infringe on its...

Facebook Messenger is bringing in advertisements to its app

Facebook has today announced that they will begin placing advertisements into Messenger starting from today. The ads will appear on the top of your ‘home tab’ and will utilise the same data sources as Facebooks...

Instagram now allows you to share multiple videos and photos in one post

Instagram has announced that you can now share up to 10 photos and videos in one post to the photo sharing app. The new feature, which will be enabled via an app update which is...

WhatsApp is bringing video calling to Android (along with iOS and Windows Phone)

The Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp will finally allow users to take and make video calls from within its app, with an update to become to available sometime 'in the next few days.' Video calling has...

Facebook at Work now becomes Workplace by Facebook

Facebook has announced that its Facebook at Work service has now become Workplace by Facebook, and is now open to any company or workplace. There are also to some changes and addition to the Workplace...

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