For a very long time Google has been at the very top in search level domain with very few competitors who are finding it hard to get hold of the companies success but now Google has outlined a plan to create a dotless domain open for use by any search company.
Google outlines this in a letter that it would opt to use the “Search” domain in a slightly quick new way,which would be a dotless domain(http://search).
With similar ideas also for domains like .app,.blog and .cloud,in each case the domains would be a springboard for whatever service the user chooses.
Apple has reportedly offered Yahoo a partnership deal on weather and finance data pre-load on Iphone,but Yahoo and Apple are in deep talks to get more integrated.
CEO of Yahoo Marissa Mayer had admitted that because Yahoo doesn’t make mobile hardware or mobile OS,it would work on building partnership as Apple considers Yahoo more because bye bye Google,Yahoo does not want to rely on them as they compete directly with each other when it comes to mobile.The partnership deal would also include providing more data to Apple’s voice assistant SIRI,also could pre-load content from Yahoo,including Yahoo new stories.
Facebook has now added prices to users if you want to message popular people on it’s site without any announcement Facebook charges from $5 to even $15.
According to Buzzfeed Facebook is currently testing this in the US as prices are not set in stone,a different range of prizes have been tested also says Facebook but this does not seem to be the case.
Users under the age of 18 are not allowed to send paid messages,so people like Justin Beiber is still free considering his fan base age percentage.
With celebrities like Calvin Broadus or Snopp dogg,Vin Diesel there would be charges,this business plan to charge for messages is currently even in U.K and 36 other countries,$15 is a very ridiculous price just for a message,hopefully with the main percentage of Facebook’s users to be young teens there would not be cases of credit card thefts for payment,leave your comments below on what you think.
Recently Facebook apologized for banning a mom from the social network for posting pictures of her breastfeeding her child,she was actually kicked off twice for her action,because of Facebook’s nudity and pornography policy which states that,
Facebook has a strict policy against the sharing of pornographic content and any explicitly sexual content where a minor is involved. We also impose limitations on the display of nudity. We aspire to respect people’s right to share content of personal importance, whether those are photos of a sculpture like Michaelangelo’s David or family photos of a child breastfeeding.
Mom,Kristy Kemp who runs a Facebook page for breast feeding/mom talk and was banned when one of the page followers posted the picture above and was taken down immediately,later on she was reinstated and another did the same thing and posted another photo of her breastfeeding her child,Kemp was taken off Facebook for more than three days,all her efforts to contact Facebook failed until FOX 40 news got in touch with her.
Kemp says Facebook has apologized,Facebook said:
“A member of our team accidentally removed something you posted on Facebook. This was mistake [sic], and we sincerely apologize for this error.”
In 1981,Bill Gates and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen took a photo to mark the occasion were they licensed MS-DOS to IBM ,but in a deal that saw them retain entire control of software,now they have successfully recreated the photo,with the old computers back in 1981,Bill still looking scruffy…