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Joel Fernandes (G+) is a tech enthusiast and a social media blogger. During his leisure time, he enjoys taking photographs, and photography is one of his most loved hobbies. You can find some of his photos on Flickr. He does a little of web coding, and maintains a tech blog of his own - Techo Latte. Joel is currently pursuing his Masters in Computer Application from Bangalore, India. You can get in touch with him on Twitter - @joelfernandes, or visit his Facebook Profile for more information.

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Yet another hoax message is reportedly spreading on Facebook, and this time it is about Facebook donating money for “sharing” a picture of an unhealthy child.

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Betaworks and Digg together have a plan to start all over again, and rebuild the social news website from scratch. In a blog post, the start-up briefed on its plans to rebuild the site, as well as some details on why Betaworks purchased Digg in the first place.

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A new scam message has been doing the rounds on the social media network Facebook, enticing users to click on the link in order to view leaked images of Canadian actress Sunny Leone.

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Pinterest-like layout comes to Facebook. According the social media blog InsideFacebook, Facebook seems to be testing a new layout for its Open Graph app stories, which appears to look like Pinterest’s layout, with boxes featuring a picture for each item that the user has “liked,” or commented, using Facebook apps.

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Samsung has unveiled a new addition to its family of growing range of point-and-shoot SMART cameras with the launch of Wi-Fi enabled Samsung MV900F MultiView. The latest addition is the successor the MV800, and has complete social networking integration along with a splendid 3.3-inch flexible AMOLED 180-degree flip-out touchscreen display.

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Google today has announced this nifty little feature for YouTube, which will enable users to blur faces within videos itself. This tool maybe highly useful to those who upload newsworthy content on YouTube involving specific people who want to remain anonymous, which might eventually get picked by TV media.

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Not every Facebook user has fair knowledge about how they are being tricked into sharing their Facebook information with spammers. Some install rogue applications, while some click on spam links. Of late, users are being tricked by a fake email, which appears to be a “notification” from Facebook, but with a fake email id with an extra “o” in it.

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Today, the whole of Internet is hoping for great changes from the new CEO, Marissa Mayer. A community created a dedicated websites called – dearmarissamayer.com – with featuring a simple, yet needed message on the site – “Dear Marissa Mayer, please make Flickr awesome again ♥ the internet #dearmarissamayer”

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Shock. Stunned. Amazed. Surprise. This is how users on the Web have been reacting to the news of Marissa Mayer being appointed as the new CEO of Yahoo. With Yahoo’s huge drawbacks and poor history, will she be successful enough to rightfully make Yahoo reputable again?

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Marissa Mayer, the first female person and the 20th employee to be hired by Google in 1999, parted ways with Google, deciding to take up a new and challenging task by stepping in as the Chief Executive Officer of the troubled company, Yahoo. This is Yahoo’s third CEO in less than a year, and the fifth in the last four years.

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Nearly four months after the launch of Facebook Timeline for desktop, the social networking company has now started to roll out the Timeline layout for pages to its mobile version starting this week. Timeline for user profiles was rolled out on mobile at the same when it was launched on desktop, however, Timeline for pages took a little while to arrive.

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On the occasion of Klimt’s 150th birth anniversary, Google has come up with a doodle that is dedicated to the artistic painter and has featured it on its home page by replacing the Google logo with the doodle. The doodle reflects one of Klimt’s most famous work – “The Kiss,” which he painted between the year 1907 and 1908.

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There seems to be some sort of bug on Facebook where users complaining that some of their photos in their albums have gone missing. Users are stating that the photos are replaced with blank boxes, although there is no error is displayed.

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In partnership with Twitter, the social media analytics firm Buddy Media has released an age screening tool, specially designed for alcohol brands and marketers who want to restrict minors from viewing age-restricted content.

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With the popularity of birthday reminders, Facebook is now adding up a similar notification feature for engagements and weddings, which will notify you when your friends are getting married or engaged, so that you don’t miss congratulating the couple, or scare them about marriage life :P

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