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How to Get Free Coins on Habbo Hotel?
Nowadays, people increasingly need to be entertained during the epidemic without having to leave our homes, and one of the most common ways to be e…
How Could Fall Guys Continue Its Success after Selling More than 11 Million Copies on Steam?
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout (hereinafter referred to as Fall Guys) is one of the biggest dark horses in the game industry in 2020. Today, five mon…
2021 Social Media Prediction: Twitter—Improving User Experience from Details (I)
Based on current trends, and where the social platforms are headed, we’ve made several predictions for 2021, and what social media marketers should…
Australia Introduced to Parliament Legislation to Force Tech Giants Google and Facebook to Pay for News
At a caucus meeting in Canberra, Australia, Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg reportedly announced that the News Media and Digital Platforms Man…
Google AI to Help the Vision-Impaired People to Walk Independently on the Road
A group of researchers from Google Research announced that they have established a new project which uses AI technology to help the blind walk or j…
Apple’s Online Exercise Course Fitness+ Will be Launched Soon
Apple’s online sports course Fitness+ recently posted an advertisement on social media, it shows that this new service seems to be launched soon. F…
Why We Get Goosebumps?
Our body trembles when it feels cold, which is beneficial in the evolutionary process: uncontrolled shaking can encourage muscles to produce heat. …
App Store Commission Reduced to 15% for Small Businesses
On November 18th, Apple announced that App Store commission will reduce by half, to 15% for small businesses with mid-year revenues of less than US…
Google Play Music Will be Shut Down by End of the Year
Google Play Music is a monthly music subscription service provided by Google. It was launched in the United States in November 2011 and introduced …
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Apple Exploit 3rd Party Apps Developers
Apple has become a monopoly, crushing potential competitors with exploitative fees" ProtonMail founder and CEO Andy Yen wrote in a company blog pos…