It was announced by Uber on the 22nd of May that a series of changes have been made to its ride-sharing service UberPool, aimed at improving its matching algorithms, pickups, and dropoff processes.
Instagram wants to be the photo app for the whole world, even if you can’t or won’t download it. In pursuit of international growth where networks are slow and data is expensive, Instagram has given its mobile website a massive upgrade that adds core features of the main app, including photo sharing and a lightweight version of the Explore tab.
Facebook gets a lot of flack for just reinforcing your world views in its News Feed echo chamber instead of challenging your opinions. That’s because you choose exactly which friends and Pages to follow, so liberals might skip Fox News or Breitbart while conservatives avoid The Atlantic and Huffington Post. But Facebook’s newest feature could bring a wider range of sources to your News Feeds.
Android has been reported as the world's most popular and most used operating system over the windows operating system for the month of march as recounted by StatCounter, (a stat tracker group).
Instagram will soon begin blurring out photos and videos that contain "sensitive" content. If someone reports a post and Instagram's moderation team agrees that it's "sensitive," the image will appear blurred out with a warning on top of it which reads: "This photo contains sensitive content which some people may find offensive or disturbing." You'll have to tap a button before seeing the post.
Nintendo America made an announcement on Friday concerning the coming of super Mario Run to Android phones, the exact date when non iPhone users will be able to get the game on their devices is going to be on March 23rd.