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Google+: The Very Few People Still Using It Really Love It, Says ACSI

  HIGHLIGHTS Google+ topped the American Consumer Satisfaction Index’s 2017 list It was a largely failed attempt by Google to challenge Facebook, Twitter Google+ has an estimated 111 million users Google+ has topped the American Consumer Satisfaction Index’s 2017 list evaluating how users feel about Internet social media companies. Yes, Google+. We’ll let that sink in for another moment. The results ... Read More »

Artist takes revenge on Twitter in very public way over ‘unanswered’ hateful tweets

Shahak Shapira claims Twitter failed to delete hateful tweets  CREDIT: YOUTUBE / SHAHAK SHAPIRA 8 AUGUST 2017 • 4:10PM An artist has taken revenge on Twitter in a very public manner for the company’s alleged failure to delete racist and abusive tweets. Shahak Shapira spray-painted a collection of hateful tweets outside the social media company’s offices in Hamburg, Germany, that he says the company ... Read More »

Twitter is having a very bad day

Twitter reported its second-quarter earnings today, and it did not go over well. As a result, the stock is down more than 12% in trading today — which is a very Twitter thing to happen, so to speak. Here’s the chart, which could pretty much be summed up with a 😐: Today also wiped out most of the gains that it accrued ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Teardown Suggests It’s Very Difficult to Repair

Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 7 phablet has undergone its first proper teardown, and the smartphone scores poorly due to difficult repairability. Teardown experts at iFixit cracked open the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to reveal its innards as well as to see how easy was it to repair the handset. The Galaxy Note 7 scored 4 out of 10 which was ... Read More »

HTC One M10 to Offer ‘Very Compelling Camera Experience’

HTC recently teased its next flagship smartphone, believed to be unveiled as One M10, in a tweet that included an image of a phone sporting a chamfered metal body. Now, a company executive has praised the camera experience on the device. HTC’s Chief Financial Officer Chialin Chang during an interview told CNET, “We can confidently say that HTC will have ... Read More »