How To Embed A Tweet Within A Tweet?


[ad_1] Ever felt the need to quote a tweet without having to retweet it or copy-pasting its entire content? You can save quite a bit of character space simply by embedding other tweets within your own. Tweetception, if you will. Twitter mobile apps previously allowed users to embed Tweets within Tweets, a feature that has now been made available for ... Read More »

Google Announced The Google News Publisher Center

Google News Publisher Center

[ad_1] Are you a news publisher, competing for the top spot in the ‘News’ section of Google Search? News websites can be very tricky to manage and maintain, especially when evolving over time. Unlike regular search results, you always needed to put in more effort to surface within News, and problems with your latest news content making it to the ... Read More »

Some of the Google Now Easter Eggs You Should Know

[ad_1] Google is known for its great sense of humor, especially when it comes to adding easter eggs in its products. From its search engine to features like Google Now, you will see a lot of intentional jokes, or in other words, easter eggs hidden in them. Fortunately, there are some diggers who keep on digging through various products to ... Read More »

How to use Samsung Multi-Window on Samsung devices

[ad_1] Whether you’re a Note 3 user or own one of the premium flagships like the Galaxy S5, Samsung has been equipping its smartphones with the multi-window feature for some time now and this is great for mulitasking between apps. In fact, this can be used to display two apps on screen simultaneously, and I want to show you how ... Read More »

How to take a screenshot with the Samsung Galaxy S4

The Galaxy S4 is fantastic. Despite being over a year old it is still gaining new users, but many of its long time fans are still struggling with some of the basic functions. To help you get the most out of your Samsung Galaxy S4, whether you’re a newcomer or an S4 verteran, here is a quick is quick how to ... Read More »

How to Run Desktop and Native Apps Simultaneously on Windows 8

Microsoft introduced Snap View in Windows 7 where you can snap an application window to the side of the screen and have it automatically resize itself to half of the screen. This is great when you want to view two windows side by side. In Windows 8, you can also do the same thing, with both desktop and native apps. ... Read More »