LuckyCrush – A New Platform To Flirt With People Online

LuckyCrush is a new site for users to have random video chats with strangers online. It’s a way to anonymously chat and flirt for straight adult people.

On the platform, guys are matched with random girls and vice versa, through live video chat. They can either chat while speaking to each other out loud or write to each other while looking at each other on webcam. Read More

Google Services – Including Gmail, Drive, Docs – Get Temporarily Disrupted Worldwide

According to Google’s G Suite Status Dashboard, many of its services including Gmail, Drive, Docs, Meet, Chats, Groups, Keep, and Voice got disrupted this Thursday morning. Google has assured that the issues have been fixed. Its dashboard has also been updated to show that everything is now fully functional.  Read More

Instagram’s New Feature “Suggested Posts” Adds Content You Don’t Follow On Your Feed

Trust Instagram to keep bringing updates that will keep you hooked to the App. The newest on the list is the “Suggested Posts” feature.

With this feature rolling out to all the users across the world, Instagram will now show only the brand new posts on your feed. After browsing through them, when, as Instagram says, “You’re All Caught Up”, the App will start showing you content that you don’t follow. Don’t worry as you can still revisit the old posts from accounts that you follow.  Read More

Apple To Donate For Local Wildlife Relief Efforts In California

Apple CEO, Tim Cook, took to Twitter to announce that the company will donate to support local wildlife relief efforts in California as a series of lightning bolts hit the state and caused numerous fire incidents.

Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency in California as the state reported more than 90 fire incidents this Wednesday. The fires caused many people in the San Francisco area to evacuate their homes and move to safer areas. Read More

Apple And Google Face An Anti-Trust Battle Against Korean Developers

Looks like Apple is facing an oncoming storm of lawsuits and investigations as Korean local startups call for an investigation into Apple and Google over the 30% commission that they charge on in-app purchases.

Official Statistics reveal a joint monopoly of the two companies over the App market of South Korea. Read More

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