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EU Plans To Impose Hefty Fine On Microsoft Over Browser Ballot Fiasco

EU Plans To Impose Hefty Fine On Microsoft Over Browser Ballot Fiasco

Microsoft has been under a lot of heat from the European Union ever since the company committed the ‘browser ballot’ blunder. According to reports, European Commission is now planning to impose a hefty fine on Microsoft for the whole issue, which was a clear violation of the company’s antitrust settlement with the Commission.

By On March 2, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Wallet Unveiled, Strikingly Similar To Apple’s Passbook

Samsung Wallet Unveiled, Strikingly Similar To Apple’s Passbook

Samsung has lifted the wraps from its new mobile app, Samsung Wallet. The new app essentially serves the same functionality as is offered by Apple in Passbook. Putting aside the similarities in their features, the new app also seems to have borrowed a lot of its look and feel from Passbook.

By On March 1, 2013 Respond
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MWC 2013: Samsung’s Video Discovery App Makes Searching Content Easier

MWC 2013: Samsung’s Video Discovery App Makes Searching Content Easier

As of this moment, a number of TV guide apps are available on the mobile platform. Some of them are vendor-specific, such as those offered by Netflix etc; others are more generic. However, Samsung has come up with its own offering, namely the ‘Video Discovery app’ which makes searching content across multiple listings a lot easier and quicker.

By On February 27, 2013 Respond
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Adobe Photoshop Touch For Android And iOS Smartphones Is Finally Here

Adobe Photoshop Touch For Android And iOS Smartphones Is Finally Here

Adobe’s image-editing tools are probably one of the most widely used software around the globe. For long, smartphone users have waited for the company to launch an app which would bring these tools to the handsets. Now, the company has finally announced Photoshop Touch apps for both Android and iOS smartphones.

By On February 27, 2013 Respond
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Samsung And Intel’s Tizen OS Announced At MWC 2013

Samsung And Intel’s Tizen OS Announced At MWC 2013

Last year a rumor swirled that Samsung was planning to shut down development of its Bada OS and the company would start focusing on its open-source Linux-based OS – Tizen. Finally that rumor has turned into reality. Samsung has officially announced that it aims to allocate resources from Bada to Tizen, whilst helping developers with the transition.

By On February 27, 2013 1 Response
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iOS 6.1.3 Beta 2 From Apple Patches Exploits Used In Evasi0n Jailbreak

iOS 6.1.3 Beta 2 From Apple Patches Exploits Used In Evasi0n Jailbreak

The jailbreak tool for iPhone 5 and other iOS 6.1 devices was recently released by the team of hackers named evad3rs. In the tool, called evasi0n, the team essentially used some of the exploits present in iOS 6.1. In the latest beta release of its updated firmware, Apple seems to have patched at least some of these exploits.

By On February 26, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Updates Windows Phone App For Windows 8

Microsoft Updates Windows Phone App For Windows 8

Windows 8 has been out for quite a while now and a sizable number of users seems to have transitioned to it on their PCs. To accommodate for this, Microsoft has updated its official Windows Phone app for Windows 8. The updated app comes with a whole lot of new features.

By On February 26, 2013 Respond
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Best Buy Launching Two-Week Promotion From Today, $100 Off For Windows 8 Touchscreen PCs

Best Buy Launching Two-Week Promotion From Today, $100 Off For Windows 8 Touchscreen PCs

If you had been thinking to purchase Windows 8 Touchscreen PCs, but might be hesitating to buy one because of high price, then you are in luck now. According to a new report, online retailer Best Buy is launching a two-week promotion this Sunday, February 24, offering $100 discounts on Windows 8 touchscreen PCs.

By On February 24, 2013 Respond
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Google Released Chrome 25, Fixes Total 22 Flaws

Google Released Chrome 25, Fixes Total 22 Flaws

Earlier, we reported that search giant Google’s web browser Chrome 25 will arrive with SSL search encryption by default. The good news is the search giant has released Chrome 25 last Thursday that fixes 22 vulnerabilities and many more.

By On February 24, 2013 Respond
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Grand S Price Will Be Reasonable, At Least For Chinese People: ZTE

Grand S Price Will Be Reasonable, At Least For Chinese People: ZTE

Recently, there had been many speculations about ZTE Grand S pricing. Some insiders said the Grand S price may cost as much as $771 (4799 Yuan) and showed photographic proof to back it up. Finally, ZTE’s Executive Vice President, He Shiyou, confirmed a much lower price for the device in a recent interview with the Chinese press.

By On February 23, 2013 Respond
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Apple Released iTunes 11.0.2: Features Improved Playlist Responsiveness

Apple Released iTunes 11.0.2: Features Improved Playlist Responsiveness

After releasing a Java update to fix a vulnerability that allowed hackers to access the computers of Apple employees and iOS 6.1.2 with fix for Exchange calendar bug, yesterday on February 19 afternoon, Apple released an updated version of iTunes, 11.0.2. Version 11.0.2 comes with a new Composers view for music and other improvements.

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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Apple Dishes Out Java Security Update For Mac After Recent Hack

Apple Dishes Out Java Security Update For Mac After Recent Hack

Apple recently revealed that a small number of its corporate Mac machines were targeted by hackers. Right on the heels of this announcement, the company has rolled out a Java security update for its Mac users.

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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Prices Of Microsoft Office For Mac Went Up Quietly

Prices Of Microsoft Office For Mac Went Up Quietly

Microsoft has been positioning itself to push more and more users towards its Office 365 solutions. The company is apparently trying to accomplish this by raising the prices of standard Office suites and tying their licenses to single machines. The prices of Microsoft Office for Mac suites have also been significantly increased.

By On February 19, 2013 1 Response
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Google Now Widget In The Works, Support Page Reveals

Google Now Widget In The Works, Support Page Reveals

Google Now is currently a part of Google’s search app for the mobile devices. However, there are hints that the company is planning on dishing out an independent, stand-alone Google Now widget for Android users.

By On February 19, 2013 Respond
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Firefox’s Metro Flavor Arrives On Its Nightly Channel

Firefox’s Metro Flavor Arrives On Its Nightly Channel

The Mozilla team has been working on a metro-version of the Firefox browser, primarily meant for the Windows 8 machines. The metro version supposedly includes a number of modern UI elements. According to reports, the Firefox with modern UI has now arrived at the nightly channel.

By On February 19, 2013 Respond
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