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Ford’s SUV Europe Testing

Ford’s Mystery Compact SUV Prototype Spied Testing in Europe

The prototype is larger than the Ecosport and could replace it globally as a more refined compact SUV from Ford New compact SUV prototype spied in Germany. Looks bigger and more spacious than the Ecosport. Likely to be underpinned by the Fiesta sedan’s platform. Could be offered with 1.0-litre Ecoboost petrol and 1.5-litre TDCi diesel

Satellite images show North Korea testing submarine missile

North Korea testing submarine missile. Amid escalated threats of likely conflict between the United States and North Korea, the latter is looking to upgrade its sea-based nuclear fleet. As per latest reports, “The recent satellite imagery has revealed that North could be preparing for a submarine-based ballistic missile tests.” Military experts have suggested that, the

Facebook testing Snapchat feature inside Messenger

London: In an another attepmt to take on photo sharing mobile service Snapchat, Facebook has rolled out a new feature called Messenger Day which lets users post photos and videos that disappear after a day. According to a Tech Crunch report, Messenger Day — which reportedly tries to clone Snapchat’s “Stories” feature — is now

Facebook testing autoplaying videos with sound turned on

New York: Social media giant Facebook is testing a change in its mobile app wherein videos will automatically start with the sound turned on. With this feature, which is currently active in Australia and may come to other countries soon, users may notice autoplay on all types of video (including ads and Facebook Live) with

Twitter testing new direct message button

New York: Micro-blogging website Twitter is testing a new feature for brands that puts its “Messaging” button front-and-centre, thereby encouraging customers to start their conversations with the business via DM (direct message) instead of in public view, a media report said. A number of businesses use Twitter to interact with their customers and offer support. But

Facebook testing new ‘Hide from your Timeline’ feature

New York: Social media giant Facebook is testing a new post that allows a status update that’s only visible to the News Feed and will not show up in the user’s timeline, a media report said. The option appears as a ‘Hide from your Timeline’ checkbox beside the posting button, technology website The Verge reported.