Four tricks to take advantage of Google Play Store

No doubt all Android users have ever had to go through the Google Play Store application store and find a sea of ​​’apps’ competing for a space on the mobile device. At first glance, the store could seem quite simple. Users search and download applications, but the Google store, installed by default on Android devices,… Continue reading Four tricks to take advantage of Google Play Store

Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes believes the company is “a danger to democracy

The dimensions and importance that Facebook has reached, which currently has 2.380 million active users every month only in its homonymous social network , have turned the company into “a danger to democracy” , according to Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes , who also criticizes the “unprecedented” power of Zuckerberg , CEO and co-founder of the… Continue reading Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes believes the company is “a danger to democracy

From now on, developers can force you to update their mobile applications

The developers, to keep their mobile applications afloat, use updates that are slowly improving the performance of them or changing the look or icons … Until now we could choose whether to have the latest version of our apps or not, although this may change. Google has been working for some time with some developer… Continue reading From now on, developers can force you to update their mobile applications

Facebook will give 5,000 scholarships to study privacy in artificial intelligence

The most widely used social network in the world, Facebook, announced on Wednesday a program that will give 5,000 people scholarships to study on how to use artificial intelligence systems respecting the privacy of user data and ensuring security. During the F8 developer conference that the firm celebrates these days in San Jose (California), the… Continue reading Facebook will give 5,000 scholarships to study privacy in artificial intelligence

WhatsApp can now be used on a phone without a touch screen

All those who demanded to use an ‘old’ mobile phone that, in addition, allowed to have some app like WhatsApp are in luck. It is already possible to use the famous instant messaging application in a terminal of that type in Spain. It is the Nokia 8110 4G, which does not have a touch screen,… Continue reading WhatsApp can now be used on a phone without a touch screen

Twitter already allows to include images and videos in the retweets

A Twitter logo is seen on a computer screen on November 20, 2017. (Photo by Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Renew or die … or how to keep users happy so they can stay with you. This is what is repeated insistently Twitter this 2019. If just two weeks ago changed its interface (and gave us the option to choose the previous one if we did not like), now brings changes in the retweets to… Continue reading Twitter already allows to include images and videos in the retweets

Facebook has hundreds of people who analyze and manually tag the publications

A team of Facebook workers in India has accessed millions of content published by users of the social network since 2014 to tag them manually, a work that raises questions about the treatment of data privacy. The work of this team of 260 workers, located in Hyderabad (India), was to identify photographs, videos, states, and… Continue reading Facebook has hundreds of people who analyze and manually tag the publications

Goodbye to WhatsApp on Windows Phone: will stop supporting on December 31

The WhatsApp messaging application will no longer support the Windows Phone mobile operating system in all its versions on December 31, and the company has stopped developing for this system so some of its features may stop working “at any time “ This is what WhatsApp has expressed through an update on its support page,… Continue reading Goodbye to WhatsApp on Windows Phone: will stop supporting on December 31