Facebook fake likes explanation
Have you noticed recently that Google has gotten a bit better at offering up direct answers to questions? If so, there’s a reason for it: they recently flipped the switch on a new search algorithm they call “Hummingbird”, which focuses on parsing searches as complex questions.
A Facebook initiative which allowed users to say whether they were an organ donor on their timeline saw organ donor registration increase 21-fold in just one day. Research into the effects of the social media tool was conducted by Johns Hopkins researchers. The team noted that the day the service rolled out, 13,012 organ donors registered online in contrast with the average daily rate of just 616.
“For the rest of 2014, the first minute of most calls to 25 countries are free, and you’ll be charged for each minute after. Calls where the first minute are free will say, ‘First minute free’ on the call screen. If you don’t see this message, you’ll be charged for the first minute,” wrote Google in a Hangouts support page.