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Myspace Is Digging Up Your Embarrassing Old Photos

June 2, 2014
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To gain back users, Myspace has been emailing people old photos of themselves with links to their accounts. Is this blackmail or just nostalgic? Video provided by Newsy

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Facebook Is Losing Millions of Teens

Facebook Is Losing Millions of Teens

Buzz60 (Jan. 16, 2014) — A new report by iStrategyLabs shows that millions of young people are abandoning Facebook. Is the popular social networking site in danger of becoming the next MySpace? Andrew Dymburt (@CantPinTheDym) has more.
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Why Your Facebook Friends Are Becoming Giraffes

Why Your Facebook Friends Are Becoming Giraffes

Buzz60 (Oct. 29, 2013) — You may have noticed some of your friends changing their Facebook profile photos to giraffes. Leigh Scheps has the details on the riddle that is going viral on social media, and what leads to the changing of photos.
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The Best Tips for Cleaning Your Tech for Spring

The Best Tips for Cleaning Your Tech for Spring

Buzz60 (Feb. 26, 2015) — Your gadgets are gross. You touch and tap your smartphone, your laptop collects crumbs from wherever you are and your computer needs to be cleaned out and backed up. Now that spring is just around the corner, take a little time to ensure your technology is in tip top shape and sanitized. Video provided by Buzz60
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Apple Snaps Up Start Up Behind Popular Photo App SnappyCam

Apple Snaps Up Start Up Behind Popular Photo App SnappyCam

TheStreet (Jan. 6, 2014) — Apple confirmed its purchased Snappy Labs, the company behind the SnappyCam app, which is known for its ability to take photos in rapid succession. Released last year, the app was capable of taking more high resolution photos per second than Apple's own iPhone cameras. SnappyCam's shooting speed had previously only been available on professional cameras, and according to SnappyCam creator John Papandriopoulos, it was able to deliver over 250% faster continuous shooting performance on the iPhone 5.
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