An API Change in Tweetbot – Disappointing for Many?

On 15th August, Twitter announced that it is going to take back a few features from Tweetbot, which works only on Apple products such as iPhone, Mac, iPad, etc. The moment Twitter announced this, reactions from all over the world started to coming along, saying that Twitter has poured cold water over Tweetbot.

The main reason behind this rollback is unknown yet since there is no implementation of any alternative to these features as well. On the other hand, …

A Glitch in Google Chrome Leads to Private Data Theft

Shockingly, Google Chrome includes some patches that can allow hackers to encroach into private data. With this hack, anybody can use HTML tags through any audio or video to allure viewers or readers to click on the content, since this action does not require any sort of validation on the type of resource content.

On any social media platform, you are allowed to make public posts/videos/audio streams, and by creating such videos or audios for difference audiences, depending on their …

Google Is Rumored To Be Developing an Ai Assisted Wellness Assistant

Recently there was speculation about Apple developing a coprocessor to enable analysis of health-related data. Yesterday the news broke of Google developing a wellness product assisted by Artificial Intelligence (AI). It is believed to be named Google Coach.

Google Coach will be different from Google Fit, the ‘activity tracking platform’ of Google. The former will provide guidance based on daily components of a person’s life like reminders, the online activities of the user as well as calendar appointments. For example, …

Apple Investigated by Japan’s FTC

Apple is yet again in trouble at Japan! According to Nikkei, there is an ongoing investigation by Japan’s Fair Trade Commission into whether Apple pressurized Yahoo Japan to close down its competition in the game streaming platform.

Game Plus Service offered by Yahoo Japan had allowed users to stream the games specifically made for other platforms as well as enabled them to play HTML5 games on smartphones. This could have allowed even people with iPhones to acquire the games without …

A team of Experts to Re-invent Customer Service at T-Mobile

T-Mobile Inc. is revisiting old methods while reinventing the approach to customer care of their business. Instead of connecting the customers with robots, as is the common practice these days, they plan to connect the customers with humans. Their executive team, in a press event organized at Charleston in South Carolina, announced that the company’s new customer service model is centered on its ‘Team of Experts.’

The main intent behind such a move is to make customer service a hassle-free …