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This New Facebook Feature Lets you ‘Snooze’ to ‘Mute’ Friends for 30 days

Checking your Facebook news feed can be a demanding task, especially if you receive notifications from friends, groups and pages almost every second! If you ever wanted to take a break from those ‘talkative’ ones, you are in for good news. Last week Facebook introduced a ‘snooze’ feature that lets you temporarily unfollow a person, page or group for 30 days.

WhatsApp’s Standalone Business App Set for Launch

As businesses widely use WhatsApp to communicate with their customers, particularly in Asia, the Facebook-owned service appears all set to launch a brand new app for them. In a new FAQ published on its site, WhatsApp has revealed more details about the upcoming Business accounts like how to identify verified Business accounts from non-verified ones.

AI will Help Dubai Deal with Medical Emergencies

The system uses artificial intelligence and can carry out several complex commands that will be activated once the patient is in the ambulance. This includes looking at the closest hospital which has a bed available, hospital activation, a hospital bed being reserved for the patient and even the appropriate medical team being readied for imminent arrival of the patient.

This Kid’s Video will Make you Cry

Just when we thought we had seen enough of the bullying epidemic this year, the plea of a kid named Keaton Jones came as yet another poignant reminder of how bullying can impact kids. 2017 was probably the year in which online and real-world bullying was talked about most. While the world was shocked by the death of bullying victims such as Amanda Todd, Sam Abel, and Mallory Grossman, there were many heart-tugging videos of bullied kids coming out in the open to talk about their plight.

Everything you Wanted to Know about Bitcoin

If you browse the Internet, you might have heard about Bitcoins. The digital currency seems to be taking the world by storm, as people claim to make a fortune out of it, governments are yet to understand it as mainstream ‘money’, and critics are calling it the currency of online criminals. There’s much written about Bitcoins, but only someone who is dealing with this beast of a cryptocurrency can explain this new concept best. We talked to Fintech Consultant and Bitcoin Miner Satish Jangid to understand the Bitcoin better: