Now, replace baby images in your Facebook News feed with puppies, cats picsAug 6, 3:20 pm
New York, Aug. 6 (ANI): Facebook users who hate seeing pictures of their friends' kids on their Newsfeeds, can now replace those photos with images of puppies, and cats.A new plug-in, Unbaby.me, scans your Newsfeed for keywords like 'so cute,' 'cutest baby ever,' or 'newborn' and swaps the baby photos with other images.The plug-in is automatically configured to replace the offending photos with cats, but users can customize the extension to their liking, with the option of adding more specific keywords, the New York Daily News reports.According to the report, once the picture is replaced, the status reads ' baby removed.'hree friends, Yvonne Cheng, Chris Baker and Pete Marquis have created the photo-replacing extension, according to a report by Mashable.According to the report, the plug-in has received over 2,000 likes on Facebook in the 30 minutes after being launched last week.The photo-replacing extension is available on the Chrome web store. (ANI)
Now, get 'spill-resistant' keyboard cover for your latest Apple iPad Air Dec 11, 2:00 pm
Washington, Dec. 11 (ANI): Logitech has reportedly created an innovative, 'spill resistant' keyboard cover for Apple's latest lightening fast and thinner iPad Air.Full Story »
'Grinning' Obama's selfie at Mandela memorial goes viral Dec 11, 1:37 pm
Johannesburg, Dec. 11 (ANI): President Barack Obama's selfie at Nelson Mandela's memorial service has gone viral on social media sites, with many questioning whether the moment of delight was appropriate for the occasion.Full Story »
Microsoft issues Surface patches, OS updates Dec 11, 1:37 pm
Washington, Dec. 11 (ANI): Microsoft has reportedly issued a fresh round of patches to its Surface line of tablets along with a final set of Patch Tuesday fixes.Full Story »
India amongst countries with over 10,000 Facebook developers Dec 11, 1:01 pm
Washington, Dec. 11 (ANI): India has more than 10,000 developers who develop apps for Facebook, as revealed by the company's heat map showing which countries around the world claim most developers.Full Story »
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