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How to remove all your tweets from Twitter forever

One by one or by blocks. Twitter is very good for many things: share interesting links, videos and funny GIFs, share curious threads or engage in conversation with our artists or references. But one of its drawbacks is that when you write a message, tweet or tweet, there is no going back. Well, yes, you can delete it,

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Amazon Spring Deals: what they are, when they start and when they end

Surely you have been surprised by the start of the Amazon Spring Offers, and it is not surprising, especially considering that the company has kept particularly secretive everything related to this new campaign, which starts tonight (27 of March) and aims to become a new reference in the ecommerce calendar. Many doubts arise, such as the dates

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Apple will compete with Netflix: launch its own service of original contents

The technology company continues to diversify and announced on Monday the launch of its own service of original streaming television content. It is called Apple TV + and will enter the fight for this modality of audiovisual consumption upwards to compete with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon. The presentation of the new product of the company of the

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Google Maps will now have the ability to create public events

This new feature appears in the ‘contributions’ section, where once it is accessed, a new tab will appear next to ‘reviews’, ‘photos’ and ‘changes’. At the moment that tab is accessed, the user only has to select the option ‘add a public event’ and follow the instructions that will appear. Google launched a new feature in

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Facebook reveals that millions of passwords were exposed in the company

In a letter published on his blog, the company Mark Zuckerberg reported Wednesday that “some” passwords of its users were visible to workers of the company, but not for people outside of it. The finding was made, according to Pedro Canahuati, Vice President of Engineering, Security and Privacy, during a routine safety review two months ago. “We found that

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