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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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This is perhaps disappointing news for brands that have spent a few hundered bucks to boost the number of “likes” for their Facebook brand page, as Facebook on Friday announced that it is going to identify such fake page “likes” and delete them.

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Spammers have created a Twitter bot that has been randomly sending the spam message, “WOW! your photo is cool” along with a link to Twitter users by mentioning them in the tweet.

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In the wake of the Apple-Samsung verdict, there have been rumors spreading in the past couple of days that Samsung cleared the $1 billion penalty by paying it in 5 cent coins.

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If you’re already using Facebook Timeline, you must be aware of the location feature, which allows you to share your current location with your friends from where you are posting an update. It is now reported that the feature is enabled by default and is now displaying a map with the location of the user posts something to Facebook.

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Facebook users are being warned about an email that may appear like an official Facebook email notification, which indicates that the user has been tagged in a photo by a close friend. The email contains attachments that are actually malware programs, which could be harmful to your computer. According to this report by Naked Security, the email […]

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You can no more show off your favourite Twitter client on Twitter’s website as the social networking company has decided to no longer display the client name from which you have posted your tweets.

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Many Android users complained stating that the latest update crashes several times, and I have to completely agree with those complaints as I’ve been facing the same problem a multiple times since I updated it last night.

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It was reported last week that Google started to roll out Google Plus custom URLs to a selected number of celebrities and major brands, but today the social network has announced that is expanding it to a thousand more brands and profiles, including verified users.

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The social media giant Facebook continues to try and implement new changes to its site, as users have spotted a new design for Facebook Messages.

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The popular social networking site Twitter has decided to revoke the friend-finding privilege from Tumblr, and this is perhaps the worst that Tumblr could expect. In a statement the company said that this move from Twitter is very upsetting even after being one of Twitter’s first partners.

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Nikon, the multinational company competing with Canon, has taken a new leap by announcing its first Android powered point-and-shoot camera – the Coolpix S800c, and is being marketed as a “social imaging device”.

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There are hundreds of fake Facebook apps claiming to be the original “WhatsApp for Facebook” app, and are trying to steal information from Facebook accounts and post updates on their behalf.

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A new scam message has surfaced the social networking giant Facebook, claiming to giveaway free $500 Woolworths gift voucher. The message is a typical survey scam, which asks for your personal and contact information in order to claim the “gift.”

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A new scam message is reportedly spreading on Facebook that promises users with free iTunes card codes, which they can redeem it after completion of certain steps.

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Facebook says that it will now delete photos from its servers within 30 days of getting a request. That is, the CDN links (direct photo links) will expire after a time period of 30 days after deletion.

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