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Babble, Thoughts, Life and, oh yeah...Scraps!Babble, Thoughts, Life and, oh yeah...Scraps!

Digital Scrapbook Design freebies and also Facebook & Firefox Personas...

 
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Information to keep you, your family and your information safe in a digital...

 
MashableMashable

Focused exclusively on Web 2.0 and Social Media

 
BLOGBlokeBLOGBloke

The Original Blog Tips and Social Media Guide

 
TechCrunchTechCrunch

Covering the latest tech news

 
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Emerging marketing commentary, including Digital Strategy, Social media, mo...

 


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You don't need to get attacked by a pro-Trump troll-bot horde to know that social media is a battleground for propaganda farms. It's pretty obvious, and miles of speculative digital ink has been spilled saying as much. An Oxford study this...

Snap Inc. has quietly acquired a team that specializes in protection against reverse engineering. Prior to joining SnapChat, the Strong.Codes team built software which prevented dismantling a product to learn how to copy or rebuild it. This process o...

Today, Facebook is rolling out a new feature called "Groups for Pages," which will let artists, brands, businesses and newspapers create their own fan clubs. The company says the idea stems from two reporters at The Washington Post who starte...

The former Harry Potter star lost 3 silver rings after taking then off during a visit at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental in London. One of the rings is particularly sentimental, as it was a gift from her mother purchased the day after Watson was born. I...

 One-third of all link clicks on Facebook already go to its self-hosted Instant Articles. Facebook claims they drive more referral traffic click-for-click because people don’t abandon them mid-click as they do with slow-loading mobile webs...

Last December, Google made a change to its mobile search app: the addition of a news feed. Based on your search history and location, it started showing you news, sports and weather that it thought were relevant to you. Today, Google is taking the fe...

Following on from a report yesterday that said Oculus may be launching a $200 standalone virtual reality headset late this year, rumors now suggest that several headsets, capable of working with a connected PC or mobile, are currently in development.