Month: February 2022

Online dating is no longer a taboo subject. Nowadays, online dating is more common, and if you’re in the online dating space, you’ll understand the importance of optimizing your experience. Tinder includes interesting features to enhance your chances of getting potential matches. One of these features is Passions that you can use to let other
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In this article FB TWTR Participants in an unauthorized rally in central St Petersburg against the Russian military operation in Ukraine. Early on February 24, President Putin announced a special military operation by the Russian Armed Forces in response to appeals for help from the leaders of the Donetsk and the Lugansk People’s Republics. The
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GamesBeat Summit 2022 returns with its largest event for leaders in gaming on April 26-28th. Reserve your spot here! Facebook’s parent company Meta has called for a global collaborative effort to build the necessary infrastructure to support its burgeoning metaverse ambitions. “Metaverse” emerged as one of the major buzzwords of 2021, driven in large part by
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Every Instagram influencer wants more likes and more followers. But it’s just as important to retain your current followers. Which may have left you wondering, “Who unfollowed me on Instagram?”. So how can you see who unfollowed you on the platform? Instagram doesn’t offer any official way to check your unfollows. So while you can
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Join today’s leading executives online at the Data Summit on March 9th. Register here. This article was contributed by Louis Columbus Enterprise software startups are capitalizing on real-time data to continually improve revenue, costs, cash flow, marketing, and sales as their business grows. The majority of software startup CEOs spoken with have designed their businesses
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Join today’s leading executives online at the Data Summit on March 9th. Register here. This article was contributed by Rebecca Corliss, VP of marketing at VergeSense. The ongoing pandemic has complicated efforts to bring employees back to the physical office, with the Omicron variant further pushing back many companies’ plans. However, most organizations had already
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Social media has cemented itself into our daily lives. Businesses use it to keep in touch with customers, governments use it to communicate with the public, and everyone (and their grandma) seems to have a profile on at least one social media platform. Social media is here to stay, and it gives us a look
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Facebook on Friday restricted Russian state media’s ability to earn money on the social media platform as Moscow’s invasion of neighbouring Ukraine reached the streets of Kyiv. “We are now prohibiting Russian state media from running ads or monetising on our platform anywhere in the world,” Nathaniel Gleicher, the social media giant’s security policy head,
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Some US tech giants may prefer to pay a fine rather than comply with antitrust rules, the European Union’s antitrust chief said, and cited Apple’s fight with the Netherlands’ competition authority as an example. The Dutch Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) imposed a EUR-5-million (roughly Rs. 40 crore) fine on Apple on Monday, the fifth
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Join today’s leading executives online at the Data Summit on March 9th. Register here. This article was contributed by Richard Searle, Vice President of Confidential Computing at Fortanix Sadly, the recent round of shuttle diplomacy between Western capitals and Moscow has failed to bring about a peaceful resolution to the Ukrainian crisis. Yesterday, Russian, and Ukrainian
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