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Aug 16, 2018
Steam may be secretly testing compatibility tools that run Windows games on LinuxSteam Play will likely install compatibility tools that allow you to play games from your library.
Aug 07, 2018
After Blue Whale, new Momo WhatsApp Challenge is triggering suicide among teensThe challenge is believed to have taken life of a 12-year-old girl in Argentina.
Aug 02, 2018
Reddit says hacker has compromised user data from 2005 to May 2007Hacker stole an old database backup containing very early Reddit user data from the site’s launch in 2005.
Jul 20, 2018
Search the word 'idiot' on Google, and you get image results of Donald TrumpGoogle showed pictures of Modi if one searched for "India's first Prime Minister" earlier.
Jul 04, 2018
Facebook reportedly testing redesigned upvote and downvote button for commentsThe buttons are aimed at allowing users to flag comments, thus reducing their visibility.
Jun 23, 2018
Reddit News Beta arrives for iOS, highlights news based on user engagementThe news tab features links to news outlets, along with videos and GIFs for various topics.
Jun 01, 2018
Instagram and YouTube are more popular among US teens than Facebook: Pew Research studyOther surveys showed that girls are more likely to use Snapchat, while boys mostly use YouTube.
May 31, 2018
Reddit surpasses Facebook to become the third most visited online platform in the USOn an average, users spend 15 minutes and 10 seconds on Reddit daily, in comparison to 10 minutes and 50 seconds on Facebook.
May 29, 2018
OnePlus removed the always-on display feature on the OnePlus 6 citing battery life concernsA Reddit thread revealing a deleted reply from OnePlus states that the company's technical team decided to remove the feature at the last moment.
May 17, 2018
'Yanny' or 'laurel' debate explained: Where and how it began and why do some people hear it differently?The audio clip surprisingly comes from vocabulary.com for the word "laurel" which is the last place you can expect to hear something incorrectly.