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January, 2023

  • 30 January

    Amazon raises the minimum purchase amount for Prime Members on Amazon Fresh.

      Starting on February 1st, Amazon is increasing the minimum purchase amount required for Amazon Fresh deliveries for Prime members. This change will affect Prime members who use Amazon Fresh to purchase groceries, household essentials, and other items. Previously, Prime members who used Amazon Fresh could place orders with a ...

  • 30 January

    ChatGPT Use Banned in French University Due to Fraud and Plagiarism Concerns

    A French university has banned the use of ChatGPT, a language model developed by OpenAI, over concerns about fraud and plagiarism. The university’s decision to ban the use of ChatGPT is based on the fear that students may use the tool to produce assignments or other academic work that is ...

  • 30 January

    Beginning February 1, Twitter users will be able to appeal account suspensions.

    Twitter is a popular social media platform that allows users to share their thoughts and ideas with the world. However, sometimes, users may find their accounts suspended due to violating Twitter’s terms of service. Until now, users had no way to contest their suspension, but that is all about to ...

  • 29 January

    Noise Play 2 Action Camera Evaluation

      The Noise Play 2 is a new action camera that promises to capture high-quality video and photos, even in extreme conditions. But does it deliver? In terms of hardware, the Noise Play 2 is a solid action camera with a compact design, waterproof casing, and a large battery capacity. ...

  • 25 January

    The native beta version of WhatsApp for macOS is now available: report

    According to recent reports, WhatsApp is now rolling out a native beta app for macOS. This means that users of the popular messaging app will now be able to use it on their Mac computers, in addition to their mobile devices. The native beta app for macOS is reportedly similar ...

  • 23 January

    Elon Musk denies reports that there are 75% of Twitter’s workforce on leave

    Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, recently tweeted that Twitter has 2,300 active employees and that a recent report stating that 75% of Twitter employees were on leave is not true. He also added that the company has a strong engineering team that is working hard to improve the platform. ...

  • 23 January

    Musk said a new version of the Twitter app would stop by default displaying the “For You” tab.

    Twitter CEO Elon Musk has announced that the company will be rolling out an update to its mobile app that will stop displaying the “For You” tab by default. The “For You” tab is a feature on the Twitter app that curates a selection of tweets for users based on ...

  • 22 January

    Tweetbot is shut down by Tapbots, and Ivory is teased for Mastodon.

    Tapbots, a popular developer of social media apps, has announced that it is shutting down its popular Tweetbot app for Twitter, while teasing a new app called Ivory for the Mastodon social network. Tweetbot, which was an alternative third-party client for Twitter, had been a favorite among many users for ...

  • 22 January

    Government Orders Disclosure of Material Interest for Endorsements by Social Media Influencers

    In recent years, social media influencers have become a powerful force in the world of marketing and advertising. With millions of followers on platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube, these individuals have the ability to reach large audiences and promote products and services in ways that traditional advertising methods cannot ...

  • 10 January

    WhatsApp Working on New Feature That Would Let Beta Testers on Android Flag Status Updates

    WhatsApp, the Meta-owned instant messaging app, is reportedly working on a new report status update feature for Android beta. This will enable users to report any unwanted status update violating the company’s Terms of Service on their Android phones. The Meta-owned messaging service is also testing this feature for a ...