Messaging service WhatsApp rolled out new group-chat features on Tuesday, including more controls for administrators as well as regular group members.
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Following the trending female sex dolls that has divided social media users, an American company has just released the male version.
Whatever the work we do, our first priority is Safety. Safety states that the condition of being protected from harm or other non-desirable outcomes. Everyone and everything in this world need Safety. Even our Smartphones we use. We all just use Smartphones to play games, chat, call, etc but do we really care about the … Continue reading Here is how to Know Who’s Tracking You Through Your Smartphone
The Dani people from the central highlands of western New Guinea, Indonesia, have been able to preserve their dead for centuries with smoke. Though the technique is no longer in use, this tribe in Wogi – a village close to the regional capital, Wamena, has held on to a number of mummies. Smoking someone over … Continue reading Shocking Photos : These villagers ROAST their dead with firewood and store, not bury
This phenomenon in the sky over Jerusalem was caught on video on Saturday, October 1, 2016 - Prophetic Sign, Global Deception or Computer Generated Imagery (CGI)?. You decide. We have all heard about and watched numerous videos which show strange trumpet sounds heard from all corners of the globe during the past few years, but … Continue reading Video: Unusual Cloud Formation & Trumpet Sounds Over Jerusalem
Energy technology has advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years, yet in 80 percent of African homes charcoal and wood remain the primary sources of fuel. The negative effects are high. Charcoal is dangerous for health, saps incomes, and ruins the environment. Nonetheless the charcoal industry across the continent continues to grow at a … Continue reading Dangers of cooking with Charcoal
Liberia has been repeatedly cut off from the internet by hackers targeting its only link to the global network. Recurrent attacks up to 3 November flooded the cable link with data, making net access intermittent. Researchers said the attacks showed hackers trying different ways to use massive networks of hijacked machines to overwhelm high-value targets. … Continue reading Hack attacks cut internet access in Liberia