Harry Potter: Hogwart’s Mystery opens school for witches and wizards
In Harry Potter fiction, the ritual of the Sorting Hat is that it chooses a school for you. But in my early moments in Harry Potter: Hogwart’s Mystery, I was able to choose my own house, Gryffindor. That’s one of the differences you’ll see in the new mobile game debuting today on Google Play and […]
Despite months of protests from both users and developers, Twitter is today killing third-party app access to some of its most popular features, including push notifications and automatic timeline updates.
A trio of Mozilla Fellows recently released a browser extension designed to keep Facebook‘s advertisers from pigeonholing you. We’ve argued that Facebook should pay users for their data, but in lieu of that, at least this tool makes it harder for the social network to exploit it. Fuzzify.me is a browser extension for Chrome or Firefox that collects information as you browse Facebook. It shows you which advertisements you’ve seen and, if available, gives Facebook‘s reason for showing the ad. It features single-click access to your Facebook ad settings and an interface that allows for bulk removal from categories. Facebook relies… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook