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Facebook launches free calling for iPhone users in US


About a fortnight ago, Facebook started testing a voice calling feature in its Messenger app for iPhone users in Canada. Much like any other VoIP app, this feature allowed the iPhone users to make free voice calls using Wi-Fi or cellular data to other messenger users in the country. Looks like the testing went well, as the social giant has …

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Facebook announces Graph Search, currently in beta


Crushing the expectations of a smartphone, Facebook announced new search experience for its users earlier today at a press event. Dubbed as Graph Search, it is still in beta. It is not a web search feature, but more like a search of all the information that Facebook has amassed in these years including check-ins, people, photos, connections, interests and more. …

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New MySpace opens to public


Yes, MySpace has been re-launched with a new design and if you open it now, you will see Justin Timberlake’s face all over it. Timed with release of Timberlake’s latest single “Suit & Tie,” who is also site’s prominent investor, new MySpace is now open to any and every one. The so-called new version of this yesteryear social network reached …

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A #pdftribute to Aaron Swartz


Researchers, academicians post their works as PDFs on Twitter in tribute Twitter is suddenly abuzz with academia coming out in the open to share the PDFs of their research and other scholarly works on the micro-blogging website Twitter. These people are paying their tribute to Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide day before yesterday, probably in the depression of on-going federal …

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Twitter messes up, resets passwords of even uncompromised accounts


The last few days were indeed praiseworthy for Twitter but that did not last long, as company today sent password reset mails to several users claiming their accounts were compromised, even though most of them were not. Twitter has now apologized for the same on its status blog: We’re committed to keeping Twitter a safe and open community. As part …

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