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    WhatsApp is all set to start charging business users

    Facebook owned WhatsApp messenger service will start charging businesses for sending marketing and customer service messages, it said on Wednesday, as the social network company’s flagship brand faces slowing usage and revenue growth. The messages will be charged at a fixed rate for confirmed delivery, ranging from 0.5 cents to 9 cents per message depending […] More

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    Boys who ‘attacked disabled woman with flour get police protection

    The teenagers accused of attacking a disabled woman with eggs and flour before taking a sick selfie with her have asked for police protection amid concerns for their safety. The gang posed behind the vulnerable 49-year-old woman as she cowered on a park bench in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, on Friday. The shocking images were […] More

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    A zoo is reportedly paint a donkey and passing it off as a zebra

    It gives new meaning to the phrase “a wolf in sheep’s clothing.” Or in this case, a donkey in zebra stripes. A zoo in Cairo, Egypt, has been accused of trying to fool visitors by painting zebra stripes onto a donkey, but the zoo director insists the animal is the real thing. Mahmoud Sarhan, 18, […] More

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    Twitter suspends over 70 million accounts in two months

    Twitter Inc suspended more than one million accounts a day in recent months to reduce the flow of misinformation on the platform, the Washington Post reported. Twitter and other social media platforms such as Facebook Inc have been under scrutiny by U.S. lawmakers and international regulators for doing too little to prevent the spread of […] More

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    A father ‘breastfeeds’ his newborn daughter when mum can’t

    When a Wisconsin couple went into hospital for the birth of their baby it was not just mum who had an eventful night, dad had to step up in a way he never imagined. April Neubauer’s delivery was not easy, she had pre-eclampsia, and high blood pressure. Then a seizure resulted in an emergency Caesarean […] More

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    How to Make Money Off Your Travel Blog

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    It’s always been your dream to travel and get paid to do it.  But how do you create an income for yourself while moving around? Starting a travel blog comes as the obvious answer.  The next question, is how to make money off of your travel blog?  You know it’s possible, but don’t know how […] More

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    How To Ace Digital Marketing?

      At its very core, digital marketing is simply the promotion of a product or a brand over some type of electronic channel. This means of marketing opens up new arenas for marketers because they are able to more easily analyze the results, usually in real time. What Do They Watch?   Digital marketers are […] More

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    Police certifies this prank as one of the ‘Best Senior Prank’

    In the midst of graduation season, high school seniors all over America are scheming for the grand execution of their senior prank. Well, they might as well quit now because the “Best Senior Prank” award has already been given to the students at Cumberland High School by their local police department in Wisconsin. Law enforcement […] More

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    This Young boy’s friendship with elderly neighbor will make your

    A 7-year-old boy has found a friend in his 78-year-old neighbor, and the internet is melting. Darrien Middleton witnessed a seriously sweet moment two weeks ago and had to share it on Facebook. The result — a photo of her grandmother Wilma Bray sitting on her Tennessee porch with a first-grader named Caleb — will […] More

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    Science says focusing on these 10 things will make you happy

    By Jay Harrington After a long, brutal winter, it feels great to be outside again in a t-shirt, even if the temperatures aren’t climbing much beyond fifty degrees here in northern Michigan. In our community, which was recently buried in snow, people are out in force, combing beaches for rocks, riding bikes, hiking trails, cruising […] More

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    This 17-month-old girl has defeated cancer twice

    An Ohio family is celebrating the recent homecoming of their 17-month-old daughter, who has already beaten cancer twice. Grace Rosian, who has Down syndrome and was born two months prematurely, was diagnosed with a form of leukemia at birth. Grace underwent her first rounds of chemotherapy at just two days old. While she was given […] More

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    Doctors on a Plane Save Woman’s Life by Constructing Makeshift Ventilator Out of Nearby Parts

    Doctors on a Plane Save Woman’s Life by Constructing Makeshift Ventilator Out of Nearby Parts

    A normal flight to Jamaica turned into a life-saving endeavor after two anesthesiologists created a makeshift medical ventilator to save an elderly woman who had gone into respiratory arrest. Matthew Stevenson and John Flanagan were on a JetBlu flight in January when the senior started having trouble breathing. A nurse who also happened to be […] More

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    The pictures Mark Zuckerberg didn’t want you to see

    A photographer claims he was accused of breaching privacy by Facebook after taking photos of Mark Zuckerberg cleaning up his dog’s poo. Photojournalist Nick Stern says he was approached by security guards for taking the snaps – on a public street – and told to drive to Facebook’s headquarters in Palo Alto, California, in April […] More

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    Here’s how to stop Facebook logging all of your calls and texts

    Horrified Facebook users have realised that the social network isn’t just reading their posts and sniffing around their ‘Likes’ – it’s logging all their calls and texts. Nothing escapes Mark Zuckerberg’s all-seeing eye – with some Android users finding that the network stores complete logs of incoming and outgoing calls and texts. One user, Dylan […] More

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