Mon, Jul 06, 2020

  • Facebook's new social media Avatar goes viral
    One will also be able to use the Avatar in Facebook comments, stories, your profile picture and Facebook Messenger chat windows and can even share it on WhatsApp chats.
    Facebook's new social media Avatar goes viral
    Facebook has recently launched Avatars in India. With much of our social interaction these days are taking place online, it's a way to be able to express yourself personally on the social media platform.Avatars allow you to create a digital persona that's uniquely representative of you and enables you to share a range of emotions and expressions in a fun and personalised way.The Avatar, is a cartoon-like version of themselves by choosing from a variety of faces, hairstyles and outfits that have been specially customised for India. One will also be able to use the Avatar in Facebook comments, stories, your profile picture and Facebook Messenger chat windows and can even share it on WhatsApp chats.To create your avatar, use your mobile device and go to the Facebook or Messenger comment composer, click on the smiley button, and then the...
  • Amazon driver quits via Twitter, leaves van with packages on road Amazon driver quits via Twitter, leaves van with packages on road

    Lancaster told he was frustrated with the long hours, number of deliveries and pay because he often pulled nearly 12-hour shifts to deliver more than 100 packages for $15.50 per hour.

  • ‘TikTok ban will put an end to abusive and obscene content’ ‘TikTok ban will put an end to abusive and obscene content’

    Though some users feel that banning the app will not have a big impact on the India-China conflict, TN’s TikTok stars say it is a positive move in reducing crass content on social media

  • 61-minute video of 10-year time lapse of Sun released by NASA goes viral 61-minute video of 10-year time lapse of Sun released by NASA goes viral

    In a stunning hour-long video, NASA's sun-pointing semi-autonomous spacecraft, the Solar Dynamics Observatory, has put together a time lapse of its 10 years of observing the Sun.

  • Policeman pedals away ice-cream cart, video goes viral Policeman pedals away ice-cream cart, video goes viral

    According to sources, the vendor was parking his ice-cream cart when all of a sudden, two policemen came on a bike and started reprimanding him.

  • Yuvi's morphed image of Indian cricket team leaves social media in splits Yuvi's morphed image of Indian cricket team leaves social media in splits

    In the collage, mugshots of 14 current India cricketers -- including skipper Virat Kohli, white-ball vice-captain Rohit Sharma and former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni -- were morphed to look like...

  • #BoycottKhans trends, so does #SupportSelfMadeSRK #BoycottKhans trends, so does #SupportSelfMadeSRK

    Two contradictory hashtags have been trending on Twitter all Monday. The first, #BoycottKhans, demands the Khans be shunned from Bollywood, in response to the untimely demise of Sushant Singh Rajput...

  • Rare 'ring of fire' solar eclipse on the longest day of the year Rare 'ring of fire' solar eclipse on the longest day of the year

    Unlike in a total eclipse, the moon in an annular, or ring-like, eclipse is unable to completely cover the sun, leaving a thin halo of light at its maximum phase.

  • 94-yr-old woman returns home forty years after disappearing 94-yr-old woman returns home forty years after disappearing

    Thanks to the Internet, a 94-year-old woman from Maharashtra who had gone missing four decades ago has been reunited with her family.

  • Rajasthan's dead thirsty camel create stir on social media Rajasthan's dead thirsty camel create stir on social media

    Pictures of a thirsty young camel lying dead with its head drooping inside a dried up water tank in Rajasthan has gone viral on social media.