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Instagram Spotted Testing New ‘Active At’ Feature on Direct Messaging; Text-Only Stories, Screenshot Alerts Also Coming Soon

Instagram has been spotted testing a new feature on its mobile app. With the new feature, users can see the online status for people that they been conversing with…

Facebook Unveils ‘Watch Party’, Making Watching Videos a Social Experience

Facebook has introduced a feature called “Watch Party” that will let the members of a group watch videos and interact with each other at the same time. “In a…

Facebook Says 6 Millions Signed Up as Blood Donors

More than six million people have signed up as blood donors on Facebook’s “blood donations feature” in India, making it the largest online blood registry in the country, a…

Facebook Messenger Kids Launched, a Standalone App for Children Under 13

Facebook is coming for your kids. The social media giant is launching a messaging app for children to chat with their parents and with friends approved by their parents….

Apple, Facebook Find Something to Praise China for Amid Internet Clamp

Top executives at Apple and Facebook managed to find something to praise Beijing for at an Internet conference in China this week, even as its Communist Party rulers ban Western social media…

Net Neutrality Explained: What It Means (and Why It Matters)

After signaling that it would for months, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday revealed its plan to dismantle regulations that ensure equal access to the Internet, a…

Internet the new Islamic State frontline

Britain will not be safe from terrorism until Islamic State’s online presence is wiped out, a senior security official has warned. Patrick McGuinness, a deputy national security adviser…

How to argue about net neutrality (and why you should)

This is the net-neutrality debate guide you’ve been waiting for, because the subject is sure to come up — and you need to be ready. OK, maybe not….

Android Phones Track Location Even With GPS Turned Off, Google Says It’s to Improve Message Delivery

HIGHLIGHTS Google was collecting user location data It was done through collecting addresses of nearby cellular towers Google to stop collecting user location through cellular towers Google has…

Poor and isolated, victims of Tehama shooter turn to the internet for help

RANCHO TEHAMA RESERVE  Poor and so rural the bus only runs into town a few times a week, a rambling community southwest of Red Bluff faces a long…