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Instagram update

Instagram wants users to start seeing more new posts first again

March 22nd, 2018

Instagram announced on Thursday that it is once again adjusting the algorithm that controls the feed to ensure that users will be more likely to see newer posts as they scroll through the app. Instagram says that once the change is implemented, “your feed will feel more fresh,” and you won’t miss new photos as …

YouTube Gun Videos Ban

YouTube has banned videos that promote gun mods and bump stocks

March 22nd, 2018

Trolling music fans into subscribing to its paid service is just one of the new features you can expect from YouTube, although not all of them are as annoying as watching more ads between music clips. The company has decided to take a hard stance on videos that promote gun modifications, tutorials, and ban all …

Google Chrome: Block autoplay videos

Google Chrome will block autoplay videos with sound in next update

March 22nd, 2018

Google’s crusade to make the internet slightly less annoying continues in the next update for the Chrome browser as autoplay videos with sound will be blocked by default. Once you update to Chrome version 66 (the latest official build of the browser is version 65), Google says that autoplay media will only be allowed if …

Samsung Galaxy X release date

Expert says Samsung’s foldable Galaxy X phone won’t be released in 2018

March 22nd, 2018

Much like flying cars, smartphones with bendable displays always just seem to be “three years away.” We’ve been seeing prototypes and proof-of-concept demos for nearly a decade now, but with rumors about an upcoming Samsung Galaxy X floating around, it looked like 2018 was going to be the year that we stopped seeing concepts and …

star flyby

Early humans saw a rogue star pass close by our Solar System

March 22nd, 2018

These days we only really see stars in two contexts: our Sun, which is extremely close and holds us in its gravitational grip, and distant stars which to the naked eye appear as nothing more than blinking lights in the night sky. New research suggests that some of the earliest humans witnessed something different, and …