Skype is now showing advertisements in the notification panel for bots which is likely the start of more invasive ads for Microsoft products.
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A new standalone Skype app built specifically for freelancers and business owners is launching this week as a limited preview in the US.
Facebook now syncs your Stories across Messenger and Facebook, and it'll soon start syncing your Instagram Stories, too.
Google will enhance Chrome over the next few versions to prevent some of the most annoying behaviors we see on the web today.
After a short test with select users, Twitter has decided to double the length of tweets from 140 characters to 280 characters.
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