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It has been more than two years, but South Korean singer Psy’s famous music video “Gangnam Style” has been viewed so many times that it broke YouTube’s viewer counter. The South Korean rapper has done what Kim Kardashian failed to achieve recently with her hyped revealing pictures. Hitting the Mark As the video exceeded view limit, the company was forced to upgrade its counter. “We never thought a video would be watched in numbers greater than a 32-bit integer (=2,147,483,647 views), but that was before we met PSY,” said Google, which owns YouTube, in...Continue reading »

Microblogging service Twitter has finally announced the much-awaited big changes in its website, making users deal with harassment easier than before. Anti-troll Tools The company released a statement, saying it now allows users to report abuse via mobile, even when it is aimed at someone else. In addition, Twitter is now giving the block feature more power. The new way to block a Twitter account allows user to quickly file a more descriptive complaint. People can select from several problems to report, such as “This account is annoying”...Continue reading »

Search engine giant Google has revealed its plans to make its services more child-friendly, as more and more kids today are getting exposed to non-kid-friendly technology. 12-and-Younger Focus The company plans to roll out the new version in an attempt to be “fun and safe for children.” According to Google’s Pavni Diwanj, the company will make search engine safe for kids 12 years old and younger. It will give parents tools to monitor their children’s actions. “The big motivator inside the company is everyone is having kids,...Continue reading »

Pizza Hut recently announced some great, mouth-watering news for food lovers. The American restaurant chain and international franchise now offers a tablet-based menu, which notes what customers look at and builds a perfect pizza in response. Inner Thoughts Customers can order pizza within seconds, using just their eyes. The so-called “Subconscious Menu” is currently in the testing phase across the United Kingdom, and may move to the United States in the coming months. The menu appears on a special tablet; it tracks the eye movement of...Continue reading »