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  • Beware! Twitter will be deleting inactive accounts soon

    Beware! Twitter will be deleting inactive accounts soon

    Do you have a Twitter account that you’ve not been using for a while? If you would still like to keep your account alive, you should probably sign in now. Twitter has announced they will be deleting accounts that have not stayed active for at least 6 months.

  • Makers of Ultraman are making a movie with Marvel Entertainment

    Makers of Ultraman are making a movie with Marvel Entertainment

    Marvel Entertainment recently made a tweet on their Twitter page, stating that they will be working together with Tsuburaya Productions to produce a new series of Ultraman comics and graphic novels. The tweet also confirms that the new Ultraman will be unveiled during the Tokyo Comic, in the year 2020.

  • Now you can hide irrelevant or hateful replies on Twitter!

    Now you can hide irrelevant or hateful replies on Twitter!

    Twitter has finally rolled out the Hide Tweet feature to every user around the world today after months of testing in Canada. If users found any responses that are irrelevant or inappropriate to the original post on Twitter, they can now hide it rather than deleting it permanently.

  • PDRM has no rights to inspect your mobile phones randomly! Here's why

    PDRM has no rights to inspect your mobile phones randomly! Here's why

    Today, a formal statement was issued on the Ministry of Home Affairs (KDN)'s official Twitter account to clear the confusion statement mentioned by Deputy Home Minister Datuk Mohd Azis Jamman on 18 November. So what was the confusion? Well, he said that the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has the right to inspect the public's phones which seems to be inaccurate. Here's what the KDN statement said.

  • Twitter and WhatsApp new updates will make your daily tasks easier and much safer!

    Twitter and WhatsApp new updates will make your daily tasks easier and much safer!

    Both Twitter and WhatsApp have just launched new updates. The new feature on Twitter makes your feed fills with topics of your interest whereas WhatsApp is adding more security with your group chats.

  • WhatsApp could be used on multiple devices simultaneously in the future

    WhatsApp could be used on multiple devices simultaneously in the future

    Based on a tweet by @WABetainfoWhatsApp could possibly come with a feature that allows it to be used on multiple devices simultaneously. While they have not given us an ETA of when this feature will be available, the new update gives users greater flexibility when it comes to communicating via WhatsApp.

  • Google Chrome and Twitter has rolled out Dark Mode Updates for smartphones!

    Google Chrome and Twitter has rolled out Dark Mode Updates for smartphones!

    Since the launch of a system-wide dark mode on both iOS 13 and Android 10, it has brought attention to all the mobile apps developers. After Google Gmail app got updated for the dark mode on Android 10, Twitter has announced the dark mode called “Lights out” to be rolled out to all Android users starting today.

  • Hundreds of millions phone numbers tied to Facebook exposed!

    Hundreds of millions phone numbers tied to Facebook exposed!

    Earlier last week, Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter’s Twitter account got hacked on Friday, and now hundreds of millions of Facebook users phone number got exposed from an Internet database that anyone can search and access to before it was taken down. Still, as of now, there is still no evidence on any Facebook accounts having been hijacked... yet.

  • Twitter's CEO’s Twitter got hacked due to this older feature you may not have heard of

    Twitter's CEO’s Twitter got hacked due to this older feature you may not have heard of

    Twitter recently confirmed that Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter’s Twitter account got hacked on Friday by a little known but formerly useful Twitter feature called tweet by text. Apparently, Jack’s account started spewing hate and racist tweets, but it was due to the tweet by text feature without having to actually hack the Twitter account. This was done by spoofing the phone number or tricking Twitter into believing that the hackers were actually using Jack’s phone.

  • Future Samsung devices could be powered by graphene batteries starting 2021

    Future Samsung devices could be powered by graphene batteries starting 2021

    Based on a report by cnet.com and Evan Blass on Twitter, Samsung phones could start using graphene batteries instead of lithium-ion batteries by the year 2021. Smartphones fitted with the graphene batteries will have significantly higher capacity, and it is able to be fully charged in under 30 minutes. Not only that, but it could also reduce the overall price of the smartphone as graphene batteries are rather cheap to manufacture.