Social media giant Facebook has created a mysterious event for Thursday, which is speculated to be the one where, the company would add video feature to its Instagram smartphone picture sharing service. Facebook acquired Instagram last year, but made it impossible for the users to integrate their images into tweets, following which Twitter launched Instagram-style smartphone photo sharing ...
Helen Flanagan, who had reportedly undergone a nose job in May, has been bombarded with fresh abuse on Twitter regarding the cosmetic surgery. Friends of the former 'Corrie' star have claimed that she only went under the knife after school bullies taunted her relentlessly about her nose, the Daily Star reported. Despite the claim, the 22-year-old actress, who has a turbulent relationship with ...
Channing Tatum and his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum debuted their newborn daughter, Everly, on their Facebook accounts on Sunday night. The former 'Step Up' co-stars welcomed their baby girl on May 31. 'The Vow' actor shared an image, which shows him holding his daughter with his wife by his side, and wrote "First Father's Day with my girls" along with it, People magazine reported. His wife ...
Facebook and Twitter aren't just for youngsters and celebrities. Such online social platforms can help you enhance your career by letting you showcase your ...
SEOUL, South Korea -- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has met South Korean President Park Geun-hye in Seoul to discuss ways to stimulate entrepreneurship and venture firms in Asia's fourth-largest economy. Park's office said Zuckerberg assured the South Korean leader that Facebook would continue to invest in the country, and he invited South Korean firms to jump on Facebook to reach ...
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After seeing "Reindeer Games," I'm not sure whether to congratulate screenwriter Ehren Kruger or berate him. On the one hand, he has written a script that twists and turns in ways that are impossible to foresee, and therefore the resulting movie always has one more surprise in store. On the other hand, he has written a script that twists and turns in ways that are positively ludicrous, which turn ... ...
NEWBERG, Ore. – No one is sure who created a Facebook page to bully kids at Newberg High School, but Facebook didn't take it down until KATU News, the district and finally the police called the social media giant. Those phone calls were enough to get Facebook's attention and have it take down a very hateful page that had been up since Saturday. The posts on "Nancy ...
Two Facebook pages containing demeaning comments about women have been taken down as the Australian Defence Force continues to investigate whether any of its members were ...
Prime Minister John Key forced Mr Dunne to resign. Photo / Mark Mitchell United Future leader Peter Dunne has broken nearly two weeks of silence and is back on Twitter, but steering away from the scandal that ended his ministerial career. Mr Dunne said on Twitter that a magnificent rainbow over Wellington at present could be a good omen of thing to come. Mr Dunne resigned 11 days ...
THE Australian Defence Force is investigating claims soldiers in north Queensland posted derogatory comments about women on social media. It comes amid a separate, unrelated investigation into a scandal involving soldiers who allegedly filmed themselves having sex with fellow military personnel and civilians before sending the images to their colleagues.The latest scandal involves a ...
Facebook has revealed it has 64 million users in Indonesia who actively access their accounts on a monthly basis and says this number puts the country in the social networking site's top five largest markets. It also plans to monetise this huge market by inviting small and medium-sized businesses to advertise on the popular site. "Those are our internal figures on monthly ...
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Our nuclear programmes are completely transparent. But we are ready to show greater transparency and make clear for the whole world that the steps of the Islamic Republic of Iran are completely within international frameworks. The sanctions are unfair, the Iranian people are suffering, and our (nuclear) activities are legal. These sanctions are illegal and only benefit Israel.
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Defending women's doubles champions Wang Xiaoli and Yu Yang advanced to the final of the Indonesia Open Super Series Premier after beating their seeded compatriots Ma Jin and Tang Jinhua 21-18, 21-16 in the semifinals here Saturday.
The No.1 Wang and Yu will take on another Chinese pair - Bao Yixin and Shu Cheng, seeded eighth, in the final scheduled Sunday after the latter defeated No.5 Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei in the other semifinal, reports Xinhua.
"We had never met them in previous international tournaments. But we did exercises together several times. We had prepared strategies to defeat them. One thing for sure, we would play the best we can in the final match tomorrow," Bao Yixin said.
China have three more berths in the semifinals with two of them in the mixed doubles whereas No.1 Xu Chen and Ma Jin and No.3 Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei have to square off against each other for a final berth.
Another semis berth was secured by women's singles No.1 Li Xuerui, finalist of the tournament last year. She will vie against Yip Pui Yin in a semifinal match scheduled later in the day.
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