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April 25, 2017

Instagram Debuts a New Pinterest-Like Feature

Photo sharing app Instagram added a new feature that challenges online bulletin board Pinterest. Instagram’s users can now save their posted photos and videos in private collection, similar to what users of Pinterest have been able to do for some time. Saving posts on Instagram gives users a way to bookmark items they want to…

April 19, 2017

Track Your Belongings With The TrackR Bravo

Are you always losing things, or forgetting where you’ve put them. Don’t worry the new TrackR Bravo device may be the thing that you are looking for. The TrackR Bravo is a pound coin sized device, which can be attached to just about anything. The idea is that it can be found with your phone…

April 18, 2017

The Electoral Commission turns to Snapchat to encourage young people to vote

Snapchat and the Electoral Commission are harnessing the power of the selfie to encourage young people to register to vote ahead of the UK local elections in May. The pair have created a voter registration Geofilter which reminds teens to register for the 4 May vote before the deadline on Monday 17 April. The simple…