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Video: Look Back Syria

Video: Look Back Syria

Syrian Revolution also has its own Look Back. You can watch the Video bellow.     A 'Look Back Syria' is an experience that compiles the Syrian conflict highlights since joining Facebook in a collection of photos. Syria's nearly three-year...

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Facebook's 10th birthday: Zuckerberg reflects, looks to future

Facebook's 10th birthday: Zuckerberg reflects, looks to future

Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to his social network early Tuesday to look back on how his company came to be so successful. Zuckerberg, who launched the company when he was just a 19-year-old student at Harvard, said he never imagined that Facebook would be...

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9 ways Facebook changed how we talk

9 ways Facebook changed how we talk

  "I'm gonna tag you in this hideous photo and then unfriend you if you don't stop oversharing and poking me." If you said this to someone 10 years ago, they'd look at you like you were speaking Klingon. Nowadays, you just sound like an active user of social media....

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Facebook, Twitter go head to head in Super Bowl social media playoff

Facebook, Twitter go head to head in Super Bowl social media playoff

More than 100 million people will be glued to their TV screens on Sunday, when the Denver Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks in America’s premier sporting contest, the Super Bowl. But two fierce rivals, Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc , will also be clashing head-to-head on a...

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Twitter to be available on mobile phones without Internet

Twitter to be available on mobile phones without Internet

Twitter is tying up with a Singapore-based startup to make its 140-character messaging service available to users in emerging markets who have entry-level mobile phones which cannot access the Internet. U2opia Mobile, which has a similar tie-up with Facebook, will launch...

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2 million Facebook, Gmail and Twitter passwords stolen in massive hack

2 million Facebook, Gmail and Twitter passwords stolen in massive hack

Hackers have stolen usernames and passwords for nearly two million accounts at Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo and others, according to a report released this week. The massive data breach was a result of keylogging software maliciously installed on an untold number of computers...

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Video: Syrian children narrowly escape shelling in Damascus

Video: Syrian children narrowly escape shelling in Damascus

Dramatic video appears to capture the moment a shell lands near a group of children on the outskirts of Damascus. Despite the proximity of the explosion all the children survive and are seen later in the video smiling and talking about the near miss. It is estimated over 7,000...

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 Cameron Instagram picture shows the PM asleep in awkward family photo

Cameron Instagram picture shows the PM asleep in awkward family photo

David Cameron Instagram picture shows the PM asleep in awkward family photo posted by Emily Sheffield It’s one of those awkward family photos that would be best gathering dust in an album, seen only by the eyes of one's nearest and dearest. Unfortunately David Cameron’s...

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Mark Zuckerberg says people trust Facebook less after NSA revelations

Mark Zuckerberg says people trust Facebook less after NSA revelations

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says that recent revelations of the US National Security Agency’s surveillance programs have have led to a meaningful decline in trust of Facebook and other big internet companies. At an event hosted by The Atlantic in Washington,...

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Miley Cyrus steals Twitter limelight from Assad

Miley Cyrus steals Twitter limelight from Assad

Despite Western powers beating the war drums after allegations that Syria’s government used chemical weapons against its civilians, American pop star Miley Cyrus has managed to steal the limelight.  Cyrus, 20, ranked top on Twitter Wednesday after her bikini-clad, sexualized...

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 Saudi Arabia plans to block WhatsApp within weeks

Saudi Arabia plans to block WhatsApp within weeks

  Saudi Arabia  plans to block Internet-based communication tool WhatsApp within weeks if the U.S.-based firm fails to comply with requirements set by the kingdom's telecom regulator, local newspapers reported this week. This month the Communications and Information...

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Deputy Leader of Hizbullah: Hizbullah Is Ready to Participate in Fighting in Golan

Deputy Leader of Hizbullah: Hizbullah Is Ready to Participate in Fighting in Golan

Deputy Leader of Hizbullah Naim Qassem: Hizbullah Is Ready to Participate in Fighting in Golan

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 Syrian humor continues ...The Free Turkish Army

Syrian humor continues ...The Free Turkish Army

The Syrian sarcasm continues with this funny YOUTUBE video which imitates the defecting videos of Syrian army. Three young men announcing their will to establish the ''Free Turkish Army'' where they are repeating the same fake allegation of Assad's regime towards Syrian people and rebels.

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Iran tightens grip on cyberspace with 'halal internet'

Iran tightens grip on cyberspace with 'halal internet'

  In the last few months Iranians have found themselves in a cyber no-man's land. Many are reporting international websites and online services, including Gmail and Skype, are often blocked and circumvention tools effectively squashed, making it difficult to communicate...

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Crowdsourcing Crisis Information from Syria: Twitter Firehose vs API

Crowdsourcing Crisis Information from Syria: Twitter Firehose vs API

Over 400 million tweets are posted every day. But accessing 100% of these tweets (say for disaster response purposes) requires access to Twitter’s “Firehose”. The latter, however, can be prohibitively expensive and also requires serious infrastructure to manage. This explains...

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Taofik Alhallak: Before his Martydom He Wrote

Taofik Alhallak: Before his Martydom He Wrote

 Al-Saleb wa al-Mogeb [Positive and Negative] Youtube channel  by veteran Syrian media personality Taufik al-Hallak. The well-know program  in the sixties and seventies of last century in Syria.  

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