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Facebook is focused on blanketing the world with Internet, and it may be poised with taking the next step in reaching underdeveloped areas where Facebook has yet to become available.
Twitter is once again testing some changes to its appearance and may move the timeline aside in favor of cards that will fill the screen in columns instead of the single, chronological feed that appears in the current timeline.
Everyone is thinking about artificial intelligence of late, and Google just snapped up London-based startup DeepMind to gain an edge in this market.
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Brussels, Belgium-based Radionomy is reportedly the proud owner of the newly-acquired Winamp and Shoutcast properties, which it acquired from AOL.
In a bid to make the News Feed more relevant, Facebook is making changes to put both more and less in the stream, based on preferences. Facebook will soon change the "Hide All" button to "Unfollow" and has already made tweaks to bring news that is more interesting to the top of feeds.
Google said it is developing a parental controls feature for its Chrome web browser and its Chromebooks. The new feature is called "supervised users," and is currently available on the beta channel for testing.
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