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  • Meta’s competing app Threads appeared on Google Play as Twitter continues to frustrate users

    Meta’s competing app Threads appeared on Google Play as Twitter continues to frustrate users

    Twitter users are ironically taking to the platform to express their frustrations at Elon Musk’s recent decision to aggressively limit how many tweets users can view per day. Allegedly implemented temporarily to address “extreme levels of data scraping”, verified accounts are now limited to 6000 posts per day, unverified accounts to 600 per day and new unverified accounts to 300 per day.

    The latest in a flurry of changes to the platform since Musk’s takeover, many have expressed willingness to switch to a competing app. Well, Meta may take this opportunity to expedite the release of its Twitter competitor, Threads. In fact, the app briefly appeared on Google Play yesterday.

  • 20y/o Malaysian student tries to convert RM200 eBeliaRahmah credit to cash, gets scammed

    20y/o Malaysian student tries to convert RM200 eBeliaRahmah credit to cash, gets scammed

    The government recently distributed eBeliaRahmah RM200 eWallet credit to youths aged 18 to 20 and eligible full-time students in our country. However, since its disbursement, there have been many stories of recipients getting scammed when trying to cash out the credit, something that the initiative expressly said NOT to do. 

  • Elon Musk & Mark Zuckerberg are serious of having a cage match, how did this happen?

    Elon Musk & Mark Zuckerberg are serious of having a cage match, how did this happen?

    Yes, this isn't an April's Fool Day joke at all. It seems that both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg from Twitter and Facebook respectively want a piece of each other. How did it all end up like this and will it really happen? Read down below on how the heck all this started. 

  • How to Clean Your Social Media, Internet Browser and Chat History

    How to Clean Your Social Media, Internet Browser and Chat History

    There's been a recent spate of high-profile cases where the history of social media, Internet browsing or even chats have been used to expose the wrongdoings of certain individuals. While we'd be the first to recommend, if you don't want to get caught doing bad things, then DON'T DO BAD THINGS in the first place, but... your social media, internet browser, and chats can all contain a lot of personal information. 

    If you're concerned about your privacy, or if you just want to start fresh, you can clean up your data by following these steps. Check out our guide on How to Clean your Social Media, Internet Browser and Chats below.

  • Elon Musk claims that a Twitter video app for smart TVs is in the works

    Elon Musk claims that a Twitter video app for smart TVs is in the works

    Ever since Elon Musk took over Twitter, he has been aiming to turn the platform into a "super app". This concept refers to an app that does everything from messaging, social media, payments, and more. Now, it also seems that he wants it to be a video app.

  • Meta is planning to launch a Twitter competitor and here’s how it looks like

    Meta is planning to launch a Twitter competitor and here’s how it looks like

    Meta is reportedly planning to launch a new social media platform to compete with Twitter, codenamed “Project 92”. Based on internal documents, the name for the platform could be “Threads”.

  • How to report jokes that don't land on TikTok and other social media

    How to report jokes that don't land on TikTok and other social media

    When you browse through social media, you'll often come across content that are just no good. This includes cyberbullying, discrimination, insults, and scams. Case in point, this tasteless joke about the missing MH370 flight by stand-up comedian Jocelyn Chia that went viral earlier today. She has since deactivated some of her social media accounts, but the backlash was bad.

    As you can tell, this is a classic example of a social media content that's unacceptable. And there are plenty of these, especially on platforms like Facebook and Twitter. It's important to know how you can report them, so here's how you can report posts on most social media platforms.

  • Jocelyn Chia's Instagram & Twitter accounts are now suspended

    Jocelyn Chia's Instagram & Twitter accounts are now suspended

    Just yesterday, a short clip of Singaporean comedian Jocelyn Chia was circulating around the internet and apparently caused a lot of controversy. As a result of her outrageous jokes with reference to Malaysia, particularly the tragic MH370, her Instagram and Twitter account got suspended.

  • Twitter Blue will now let you upload videos that are 2 hours long

    Twitter Blue will now let you upload videos that are 2 hours long

    Twitter has decided that its paying customers should be rewarded with more. Elon Musk has been adding increasingly more features to the platform's Twitter Blue subscription plan, and the latest one is more than a bit head-scratch inducing.

  • Twitter will soon let you make phone calls, says Musk

    Twitter will soon let you make phone calls, says Musk

    In his quest to make Twitter an "Everything App", Elon Musk has continuously pushed for new features. These aren't features that improve on what Twitter already does, but aim to add new functionality to the platform. For instance, voice calls.