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Dubai Becomes The First City Of Arab To Get Google Street View

Dubai Becomes The First City Of Arab To Get Google Street View

Dubai is the most populous city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Back in February, it was revealed that Dubai would be the first city in an Arab country to have Google Street View, though no launch date was provided at the time. And guess what? Dubai has now become the very first city of Arab to get Google Street View.

By On December 10, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Discovered 30+ Vulnerabilities In Google App Engine

Researchers Discovered 30+ Vulnerabilities In Google App Engine

Google App Engine (GAE) is Google’s PaaS (Platform as a Service) Cloud computing Platform for developing and hosting web applications in Google-managed data centers. Lately, security researchers have discovered more than 30 critical vulnerabilities in the Java environment of the GAE that enables attackers to bypass critical security sandbox defenses.

By On December 9, 2014 Respond
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Chemists Invented A New Rewritable Paper, Made Of Glass Or Plastic

Chemists Invented A New Rewritable Paper, Made Of Glass Or Plastic

Chemists at the University of California Riverside have developed a new rewritable paper which can be erased and written on more than 20 times without any significant loss in resolution of contrast, which could solve paper wastage and environmental problems like deforestation.

By On December 8, 2014 Respond
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NASA Plans To Use Human Waste To Power Rockets

NASA Plans To Use Human Waste To Power Rockets

Human waste can be used in many things. The buzzing news is space agency NASA has planned to use human waste to power rockets!

By On December 6, 2014 Respond
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reCAPTCHA: An Improved Version Of Google’s CAPTCHA, Really Awesome

reCAPTCHA: An Improved Version Of Google’s CAPTCHA, Really Awesome

The CAPTCHA is a familiar sight to any Internet user who’s ever had to log in anywhere on the Web. It’s supposed to be simple – you correctly punch in some random squiggly, generated words to prove you’re not a robot, and then presto, you’re in. But sometimes the letters or symbols in given in a most scribbled way that you can’t even understand it. And now, to get ride of this problem, Google has introduced an improved version of CAPTCHA called noCAPTCHA reCAPTCHA.

By On December 6, 2014 Respond
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Mozilla Thinking To Release A Version Of Firefox For iOS

Mozilla Thinking To Release A Version Of Firefox For iOS

Mozilla has always wanted to release a version of Firefox for iOS, but Apple didn’t allow that. But seems like situation has changed now. Lately, at an internal Mozilla event in Portland, the organization talked about the need to get its browser onto iOS which means it is thinking to release a version of Firefox for iOS.

By On December 5, 2014 Respond
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Gangnam Style Video Forced YouTube To Upgrade Its View Counter!

Gangnam Style Video Forced YouTube To Upgrade Its View Counter!

When a video is watched in YouTube, +1 is added to its counting. But YouTube built their system in 32-bits for which it was able to show a maximum view of 2,147,483,647. When YouTube saw that the Gangnam Style video would surpass that number, they had no other option left except from changing their system from 32-bit to 64-bit (9,223,372,036,854,775,808).

By On December 4, 2014 Respond
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Google To Release Kid-friendly Versions Of Its Products

Google To Release Kid-friendly Versions Of Its Products

Google is one of the biggest tech companies on the planet that owns and operates some of the most widely used online services. Even kids love to use Google’s products and services. But as the same time it’s true that not all the products of Google are kid-friendly. So now, Google has decided to design and release kid-friendly versions of its products.

By On December 4, 2014 Respond
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Firefox 34 Launched For Android, Linux, Mac And Windows Along With Default Yahoo Search!

Firefox 34 Launched For Android, Linux, Mac And Windows Along With Default Yahoo Search!

Around 2 weeks before we reported that Yahoo would be the default search engine of Firefox. Lately Mozilla has launched Firefox 34 for Mac, Android, Linux and Windows. Yes yes, Yahoo is the default search option instead of Google.

By On December 3, 2014 Respond
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Study Shows Graphene Is Better In Terms Of Resisting A Speeding Bullet Than Any Other Material

Study Shows Graphene Is Better In Terms Of Resisting A Speeding Bullet Than Any Other Material

Although Graphene is the wonder material of future generation’s computers, it is no longer the world’s strongest material. But researchers have revealed that artificial Graphene performs better than real Graphene.

By On December 2, 2014 Respond
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WHO Says Sperm Can Carry Ebola For Up To 82 Days

WHO Says Sperm Can Carry Ebola For Up To 82 Days

Ebola is one of the dangerous and deadliest outbreaks in the past few years. World Health Organization (WHO) mentioned that this virus could infect more than 20,000 people by November of this year. On the contrary, the United Nations (UN) warned that the world has 60 days to beat Ebola. However lately, WHO has revealed a new thing by saying that sperm can carry Ebola for up to 82 days.

By On December 2, 2014 Respond
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Audi To Develop An Electric Car That Will Go 280 Miles Per Charge, Coming In 2017

Audi To Develop An Electric Car That Will Go 280 Miles Per Charge, Coming In 2017

German automobile manufacturer Audi has decided to develop such an electric car that will go 280 miles or 450 kilometers per full charge. I repeat, “280 miles per (full) charge!” But it will not be a sports car.

By On November 30, 2014 Respond
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World’s Largest Solar Farm In California Started Its Journey, Running In Full Pace

World’s Largest Solar Farm In California Started Its Journey, Running In Full Pace

Now a days, we are gradually inclining to solar power. The U.S is one of the countries which is spreading the solar power technology rapidly. Lately, it’s been reported that world’s largest solar farm in California has started its journey and it’s running in full pace.

By On November 30, 2014 Respond
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Syrian Electronic Army Hacked Major UK-based Media Websites

Syrian Electronic Army Hacked Major UK-based Media Websites

Until now, Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), a pro-hacker group, has hacked many websites, user’s/company’s social media accounts and so on. These hack includes Microsoft News’ Twitter account, official Facebook and Twitter account of Skype, Time’s Twitter account, site of US Marines and so many. The latest news is now SEA has hacked a number of major UK-based media websites.

By On November 29, 2014 Respond
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GoGlove: A New Glove That Lets You Control Your Mobile Device By Touching Fingertips

GoGlove: A New Glove That Lets You Control Your Mobile Device By Touching Fingertips

Anyone who lives in a cold climate where gloves aren’t an option knows that most gloves aren’t designed to work with smartphones. A new product has surfaced called the GoGlove that is designed to give you wearable control over your smartphone while you are outside where gloves are required. In other words, the GoGlove will work as a remote control for your phone.

By On November 28, 2014 Respond
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