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Top 3 Android Apps to Monitor Kids Online

Statistically shown, internet has proven to be a seriously dangerous arena for children. Parents are usually worried and would like to protect their children from the likes of:  Pornography  Sexual chat rooms  Harassment  Pedophiles  Meeting strange friends  Sharing explicit photographs Such and many other issues are regularly gone unnoticed by parents. But it’s not even their fault since how can they fix these issues when they are not even aware of them happening. This is where monitoring applications come in. some of these monitoring applications are specifically made…

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EaseUS Data Recovery – Tool to Recover the Deleted Files and Word Document.

They say we only know the true value of something, once we lost it. But can you afford to lose all your data kept in your computer or storage? If something unfortunate were to happen, then how to recover deleted files? Or how to recover word document that you have been working on for the past few days? Surely all of us have gone through the pain and suffering of losing stuffs. That’s where you will need EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free 9.5 to help you on how to recover…

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Airtel moves all pre-paid customers to per-second payment Mobile 

Airtel moves all pre-paid customers to per-second payment

Indian telecom major Bharti Airtel has moved all its prepaid subscribers across the country to pay-per-second, ensuring customers pay only for the time they use the network. The move comes amid regulator Trai examining whether there are any tariff plans by the service providers wherein call drops actually incentivise or benefit the companies. “… starting today it will move all its prepaid mobile customers nationally to the more affordable per-second bill plan… this will help ensure customers pay only for the time they use the Airtel network,” the company said…

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'Facebook At Work' to let you chat with colleagues soon Facebook 

‘Facebook At Work’ to let you chat with colleagues soon

Not allowed to use Facebook at work? That may change in near future as Facebook at Work – designed specifically for communicating with colleagues – comes along. The tool has been in beta since January, but the pilot programme is ending, and the company is likely to launch a freemium version of the interoffice network by the end of the year, Re/code reported project head Julien Codorniou as saying. Facebook has been using a version of Facebook at Work internally for years. More than 100 companies are using Facebook at…

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Mark Zuckerberg reveals Facebook is working on a dislike button

Washington D. C., Sept. 16 (ANI): Facebook has revealed that it is planning to publicly test a dislike button.

Washington D. C., Sept. 16 (ANI): Facebook has revealed that it is planning to publicly test a dislike button.
According to the Verge, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO, Facebook said during a public Q&A session that “People have asked about the ‘Dislike’ button for many years and today is a special day, because today is the day that I actually get to say we are working on it and are very close to shipping a test of it”.
Zuckerberg also says that Facebook’s goal is to implement the button in a way that makes it a tool to ‘express empathy’, to Dislike a sad moment that a friend shared than a way to hurt someone.
Zuckerberg further says that they do not want to turn Facebook into a forum where people are voting up or down on people’s posts. That does not seem like the kind of community that they want to create, the users do not want to go through the process of sharing some moment that was important to them in their day and have someone down-vote it. (ANI)

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