15th of Sep, 2015

Facebook is working on a ‘dislike’ button, claims Mark Zuckerberg

We all love and hate Facebook at the same time. While the ‘like’ button serves its purpose for many, other believe that there should also be a ‘dislike’ button. It seems the company has finally heard the call of these people, as Mark Zuckerberg was reported to have announce today that Facebook is finally going to have a ‘Dislike’ button. He made this announcement during a Q&A at Facebook’s headquarters. Zuckerberg has been quoted as saying “What they really want is the ability to express empathy. Not every moment is a good moment”.

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Snapchat allows modified selfies and to replay disappeared snaps with update

Popular social media app Snapchat is never short on innovation. The latest new features being added is termed as Lenses, that is going to enhance your selfies. With Lenses, you will be able to use several face filters to spice up your selfie shot like distorting your face or making you look older. Then there will also be a Trophies feature for virtual rewards for completing some actions. There is also a paid replay feature that will cause you to replay messages that have disappeared by paying $0.99.

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GTA V new Update 1.29 releases today

Rockstar it seems, is still busy developing new content and making their latest game bug-free. Following the release of the PC version recently, the developers have announced a new update 1.29. With the many changes involved, Rockstar Editor has now been added to the PS4 and Xbox One, while it has been enhanced for the PC version. There are also several fixes that have been implemented in the game to improve playability and network stability for GTA Online. There are also new activates that have been added in the playground of Los Santos.

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Elegantly beautiful images of the Grand Canyon found from a GoPro camera

Back in 2013, a group of researchers had launched a GoPro camera attached to a weather balloon over the Grand Canyon. The last known location of the camera was at an altitude of 90,000 feet when they lost track of it. Now after nearly two years later, a hiker found the camera which was also carrying a phone with GPS, and with it they have revealed some incredible images of the Grand Canyon shot from space.


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Spotify on Android brings ‘running’ playlists

Spotify, the popular music-streaming service has just launched Spotify Running, that is aimed at delivering new playlists based on your tempo and music listening history. Before, it was only available on the iOS platform, but now has been launched on Android. Spotify Running offers a wide number of genre playlists that covers anything from classical to hip hop to electro. Once you select the kind of music you would like to listen to and start running, Spotify will detect your tempo – say, 150 steps a minute, and prompts a playlist that is customized to your pace.

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