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Twitter Revamps Android App to comply with material layout recommendations

Micro-blogging internet site Twitter is rolling out a redesigned Android app based on Google’s material layout philosophy. The cloth layout uses grid-based totally layouts, responsive animations and transitions, padding, and intensity effects which include lights and shadows. The app is now split into four tabs – home, Moments, Notifications, and Messages – that you can

Kayla Itsines: Who is the social media influencer and fitness guru?

Kayla Itsines has just been named one of Time’s most influential people on the internet. The 24-year-old fitness guru has made a name for herself as a go-to health and fitness advisor online, garnering over five million likes on Facebook and 4.6 million followers on Instagram through her BBG fitness programme. By regularly sharing before

ISPs are breaking Net neutrality rules, advocacy groups say

Internet service providers are picking “winners and losers” in violation of U.S. Net neutrality rules by┬áselectively exempting Web traffic from their monthly data caps, according to a coalition of more than 50 advocacy groups. The Federal Communications Commission should stop ISPs from exempting selected Web traffic, known as offering zero-rating plans, and enforce its year-old

How to plan the perfect Easter holiday

Planning the perfect Easter break Holidays are great, of course, but if you’re unlucky you could spend half your Easter holiday stuck in traffic and the other half in the World’s worst motel. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. In fact, there’s no need to scarper off and scour the internet for answers

French media websites take on ad blockers

The websites of several French media outlets joined together Monday requesting or requiring readers to disable ad blocking software to gain access to news content. The initiative, organised by a trade association representing online businesses, aimed to reverse the growing popularity of software that blocks advertisements many Internet users find annoying, but provide critical revenue

French body fines Google over ‘right to be forgotten’

France’s data protection agency on Thursday fined Google 100,000 euros ($112,000) for only partially honouring requests by individuals to have information about them removed from its search engines. The European Court of Justice has recognised the “right to be forgotten” since 2014, allowing individuals, under certain conditions, to have references to them removed from the