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Japan high school girls spend 7hrs a day on mobile: Survey

Japan high school girls spend 7hrs a day on mobile: Survey

High school girls in Japan spend an average of seven hours a day on their mobile phones, a new survey has found, with nearly 10 percent of them putting in at least 15 hours. Boys of the same age average just over four hours mobile phone use a day, the survey by information security...

Big reason to choose android over iPhone

Big reason to choose android over iPhone

Google's new Android software comes with an important feature for photography enthusiasts: the ability to shoot raw images, reports Business Insider. This means users will be able to see what photos look like before the phone's camera processes it and translates it to a JPEG file. The ability to shoot in raw is common on...

Balotelli posts gun message to 'haters'

Balotelli posts gun message to 'haters'

AC Milan and Italy footballer Mario Balotelli has courted more controversy after posting a picture of him pointing a gun at the camera. The image, on the social media website Instagram, had the message "a big kiss to all the haters". The player, who joined AC Milan from Manchester City in 2013, has been involved in a series of controversies and also been a target of racist abuse. He has recently faced criticism over his performance in the World Cup. In the latest incident, the image was taken down but AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani was less than pleased. "I have my own ideas about social networks and I've tried many times but our...

Google launches Instagram account

Google launches Instagram account

Now Google cannot resist itself from joining in Instagram as the search giant, in a joint-celebration over the 40th anniversary of the Rubik’s Cube today launched its own account there. At the opening session, Google post a video, showing today’s time-sinking Google Doodle, reports USA based techcrunch.com.   The company announced the account via Twitter, and...

Facebook tightens rules on gun posts

Facebook tightens rules on gun posts

The world's biggest social networking site Facebook has tightened its rules on posts relating to guns. The site said it will remove posts from users who "indicate a willingness" to break the law - like requiring no background check - to sell firearms. Access to posts related to sale of guns and other regulated items...

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