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Infosnips Google is making big changes to its online advertising Infosnips Google is making big changes to its online advertising

Infosnips Google is making big changes to its online advertising

By 2 months ago

Home News Internet (Image credit: Google) Google is set to increase the cost of ads on its eponymous search engine as it looks to cover the expense of new digital services taxes.The online giant has revealed that from November 1, advertising prices will be rising 2% in the UK, and 5% in Austria and Turkey…

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Infosnips Google Meet gets the background blurring feature – finally Infosnips Google Meet gets the background blurring feature – finally

Infosnips Google Meet gets the background blurring feature – finally

By 2 months ago

Home News Internet (Image credit: Shutterstock) Google Meet was made free for all users back in May, at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic when video conferencing had become the new normal. A month later, the company laid out a clear roadmap for adding new features to compete with the likes of Zoom and Microsoft…

Infosnips Apple and Google expand Covid-19 exposure notifications Infosnips Apple and Google expand Covid-19 exposure notifications

Infosnips Apple and Google expand Covid-19 exposure notifications

By 2 months ago

Home News Computing (Image credit: Shutterstock) Apple and Google have boosted their Covid-19 contact tracing tools in order to help public health authorities (PHAs) track and alert users about coronavirus infections without needing an app to do so.The new Exposure Notifications Express capability will provide a simpler deployment of regional exposure notifications while also enabling…

Infosnips Google Drive will start permanently deleting trashed files sooner Infosnips Google Drive will start permanently deleting trashed files sooner

Infosnips Google Drive will start permanently deleting trashed files sooner

By 2 months ago

Home News Computing (Image credit: Shutterstock) Google Drive users should probably check their trashcans for any important files as Google has announced that its cloud storage service will soon automatically deleted files stored there after 30 days.Up until now, the service would keep files in the trash indefinitely unless users manually opened the trash and…

Infosnips Another Google Pixelbook could be on the way very soon Infosnips Another Google Pixelbook could be on the way very soon

Infosnips Another Google Pixelbook could be on the way very soon

By 2 months ago

Home News Computing (Image credit: Future) While there are already plenty of great Chromebooks around, we’re particularly fond of the Pixelbooks that Google puts out itself – and a tweak to the Chromium code that Chrome OS is based on suggests a new model is on the way.The team at Chrome Unboxed has spotted references…

Infosnips Hate Social Media? You’ll Love This Documentary Infosnips Hate Social Media? You’ll Love This Documentary

Infosnips Hate Social Media? You’ll Love This Documentary

By 2 months ago

As a documentary filmmaker, Jeff Orlowski seems preoccupied with the destruction of the world. His 2012 film Chasing Ice captured the devastating effects of climate change on melting glaciers. In 2017 he documented the erosion of coral reefs in Chasing Coral. His latest film, The Social Dilemma, takes aim at an even greater danger: social…

Infosnips How to Use Social Media to Register to Vote Infosnips How to Use Social Media to Register to Vote

Infosnips How to Use Social Media to Register to Vote

By 2 months ago

The 2020 presidential election is November 3, meaning voters have less than seven weeks to complete or update their registration. The good news is that there are way, way too many services you can use to register to vote online. You really have no excuse.That said, there’s a lot of misinformation out there, including outright…

Infosnips Hitting the Books: How social media keeps us clicking Infosnips Hitting the Books: How social media keeps us clicking

Infosnips Hitting the Books: How social media keeps us clicking

By 2 months ago

Your Brain on Social Media So our brains are wired to process social signals. What then happens to our brains on social media? Neuroscientists at UCLA wanted to know, so they created an Instagram-style app to study how the brain reacts when we scroll through photos in our Instagram feed. The app displayed a series of photos…

Infosnips Why Teens Are Falling for TikTok Conspiracy Theories Infosnips Why Teens Are Falling for TikTok Conspiracy Theories

Infosnips Why Teens Are Falling for TikTok Conspiracy Theories

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Of all the bits of sleepover gossip ever uttered, this was the most unexpected. “Basically, Hillary Clinton sex traffics children and sacrifices them to Satan or something,” said my friend Beth, straightfaced. “It’s called Pizzagate, or whatever.” It was a Friday night a few weeks ago and even though it was a typical girls-night-in, it…

Infosnips President Trump’s social media order will endanger voting rights, new lawsuit claims Infosnips President Trump’s social media order will endanger voting rights, new lawsuit claims

Infosnips President Trump’s social media order will endanger voting rights, new lawsuit claims

By 2 months ago

A handful of voter advocacy groups filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump’s social media executive order on Thursday, according to Protocol. The order was signed after Twitter fact-checked false tweets by Trump on mail-in voting earlier this year, and Thursday’s lawsuit seeks to ensure platforms can counter voting misinformation online. In their complaint, organizations…

Infosnips Adobe Spark adds support for animations to its social media graphics tool Infosnips Adobe Spark adds support for animations to its social media graphics tool

Infosnips Adobe Spark adds support for animations to its social media graphics tool

By 2 months ago

Spark is one of those products in Adobe’s Creative Suite that doesn’t always get a lot of attention. But the company’s tool for creating social media posts (which you can try for free) has plenty of fans, and maybe that’s no surprise, given that its mission is to help small business owners and agencies create…

Infosnips QAnon, Instagram Blackouts: Misinformation is ‘Its Own Pandemic’ Among Parents Infosnips QAnon, Instagram Blackouts: Misinformation is ‘Its Own Pandemic’ Among Parents

Infosnips QAnon, Instagram Blackouts: Misinformation is ‘Its Own Pandemic’ Among Parents

By 2 months ago

Here’s how to push back on social media and in person.VideoCreditCredit…By Ariel DavisSept. 16, 2020In January 2019, Scott Wiener, a California State Senator, introduced what he thought was an L.G.B.T.Q. Civil Rights Bill. At the time, California law gave judges discretion on whether to put a 19-year-old man on a sex offender registry if he…

Infosnips Calls to boycott Mulan rise after Disney release Infosnips Calls to boycott Mulan rise after Disney release

Infosnips Calls to boycott Mulan rise after Disney release

By 2 months ago

Protests and calls for boycotts over Disney’s live-action adaptation of Mulan have sprung up again in wake of the film hitting Disney Plus. Hashtags like #BoycottMulan have trended on Twitter following Mulan’s release on September 4th, but protests are tied to an incident that occurred in summer 2019, Vulture reports. Mulan actress and star Liu…

Facebook InfoSnip When can I shred this check? Answers to online banking FAQ Facebook InfoSnip When can I shred this check? Answers to online banking FAQ

Facebook InfoSnip When can I shred this check? Answers to online banking FAQ

By 2 months ago

As the COVID-19 pandemic leads banking customers to lean into online technology to manage their money, those trying online banking for the first time may find themselves with questions about how to handle things previously done in person or with paper documents. If you’re stuck on how to handle some of the practical aspects of…

Facebook InfoSnip CDC has not reduced the death count related to COVID-19 Facebook InfoSnip CDC has not reduced the death count related to COVID-19

Facebook InfoSnip CDC has not reduced the death count related to COVID-19

By 2 months ago

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention did not “backpedal” on the number of deaths caused by COVID-19, reducing the figure from nearly 154,000 to just over 9,000, as social media posts claimed. The term “Only 6%” trended widely on Twitter over the weekend as supporters of the QAnon conspiracy theory promoted tweets that…

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