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Twitter rolls out mobile app updates

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Twitter rolls out The newest version of Twitter’s Android app was designed to better reflect the native Android experience, Twitter said. Twitter mobile app updates Twitter has rolled out the latest in a series of updates to its mobile apps designed to give users easier navigation tools, as well as to make it easier to find relevant usernames and hashtags. …

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SelfieMark Android App Helps You To Share And Get Public Polls For Your Pics

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We are living in the world of Social Networking sites with each day new social networking platforms are coming and in this post, we are discussing about a new social networking platform named SelfieMark. SelfieMark has its uniqueness which will surely make it very famous in future. It is currently available for Website, Android and iOS platforms. Now let us …

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Truebill Android App Review| Smart Way To Save Money

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Are your monthly subscription bills are worrying you? Do you cut down money spend in monthly bills and subscriptions charge? Then you are at right place in this post we are going to review smart devices app the Truebill app which is available for both iOS and Android devices. Through this app users can easily track money. Users can track …

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WhatsApp processes 27 billion messages in one day

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WhatsApp processes 27 billion messages WhatsApp has announced that it processed an incredible 27 billion messages in one day, setting a record for the most messages processed on company level. Breaking the figure down for clarity, WhatsApp in a tweet wrote that it processed 10 billion inbound and 17 billion outbound messages in just 24 hours. The cross-platform messaging service …

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Amid frenzy over map apps, new focus on 16th century world view

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Amid frenzy over map apps As online titans compete to deliver instant maps to smartphones, the Library of Congress in Washington is focusing attention on an antique “cosmology” printed in 1507 that serves as America’s birth certificate. The black-and-white map created by Martin Waldseemuller, a French cleric, was the first time the name America had appeared on any map. Waldseemuller …

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