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Google Maps Updated With Directions For Multiple Destinations

Google Maps Updated With Directions For Multiple Destinations

Google Maps have long allowed users to trace their path between their current location and any given destination. Now, Google Maps for desktop have been updated so that you can get directions for multiple destinations, all at the same time.

By On October 10, 2013 Respond
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Google Music App For iOS Coming Later This Month

Google Music App For iOS Coming Later This Month

It’s been more than two years since Google launched its music streaming service, Play Music All Access, but so far only Android and desktop Web users have been able to tune into the music. But the sources familiar with Google’s plan have mentioned that Google is preparing to launch Play Music All Access for iOS users later this month.

By On October 9, 2013 Respond
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Secure Your Dropbox Files With Qi

Secure Your Dropbox Files With Qi

Dropbox is used by many users to store their documents and other files in cloud storage. However, once these files are stored in Dropbox, it is only natural to wonder how secure they are. Now you can add an extra layer of security by using Qi, a secure token that automatically encrypts all your Dropbox files before uploading them.

By On October 9, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Pays $28,000 To Researchers For Finding IE 11 Bugs

Microsoft Pays $28,000 To Researchers For Finding IE 11 Bugs

Microsoft’s browser, Internet Explorer, has long been lambasted and criticized for providing inadequate security. However, the company seems adamant on providing better security features in IE 11. To that end, Microsoft recently paid $28,000 to six researchers who were able to find key bugs in IE 11.

By On October 9, 2013 1 Response
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Beats Music Streaming Service Coming Soon To U.S.

Beats Music Streaming Service Coming Soon To U.S.

Beats has been working on a music streaming service for a while now. Called Beats Music, the upcoming service aims to offer curated and personalized music experience to the users. Now, it has been revealed that Beats Music will be made available on the web, Android as well as iOS and that it’ll land in the U.S. in a few months.

By On October 9, 2013 Respond
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President Obama Should Visit Apple Store To Have The US Government Repaired

President Obama Should Visit Apple Store To Have The US Government Repaired

Since the US government is still ‘shut down’ due to the deadlock on budgetary details, jokes on the subject continue to crop on. College Humor has now taken its turn on the issue and created a hilarious video about it. The video shows Obama visiting an Apple Store and going to the Genius Bar to have his government ‘fixed.’

By On October 8, 2013 Respond
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[Video] Facebook Home Update Adds Instagram, Tumblr Or Flickr Feed To Lock Screen

[Video] Facebook Home Update Adds Instagram, Tumblr Or Flickr Feed To Lock Screen

Facebook has brought an update to its “Facebook Home” and now has added more content to its lock screen. The social networking company is now integrating Flickr, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Instagram with its Android launcher for more user engagement.

By On October 8, 2013 Respond
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40% World Population Will Be Online By Year’s End

40% World Population Will Be Online By Year’s End

Access to internet is still a luxury that is not afforded by many in developing countries. However, thanks to the smartphones and other mobile devices, internet usage is growing rapidly. According to projected estimates by UN, 40% of all the people in the world will be online by the end of 2013.

By On October 8, 2013 Respond
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Russian Pirate Party Offers To Sponsor NASA’s Web Hosting Bills

Russian Pirate Party Offers To Sponsor NASA’s Web Hosting Bills

It’s been a few days since the US government was ‘shut down’, sending the internet into a frenzy of endless memes and jokes. Within a few hours of the government’s shut down, NASA’s site went down due to lack of federal government funding. Russia’s Pirate Party has now offered to fund the hosting bills for NASA.

By On October 8, 2013 Respond
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T-shirt Designed To Fool Facebook Auto-tagging

T-shirt Designed To Fool Facebook Auto-tagging

Ever heard of a T-shirt that’s designed to fool Facebook auto-tagging? I’m quiet sure, you didn’t, but now you are about to hear that. Designer Simone C. Niquille has designed a T-shirt called Realface Glamoflage that can confuse Facebook algorithms and hence can fool Facebook auto-tagging.

By On October 6, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Started Recycling Outlook.com Email Accounts

Microsoft Started Recycling Outlook.com Email Accounts

We all know that Yahoo is recycling email accounts. And now like Yahoo, software giant Microsoft has started recycling email accounts too.

By On October 6, 2013 Respond
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Enjoying Facebook Graph Search? Better Review Your Facebook Privacy Settings Again

Enjoying Facebook Graph Search? Better Review Your Facebook Privacy Settings Again

The problem with Facebook was it was really tough to find something within its massive content. But thanks to Facebook for launching Facebook Graph Search, a tool that allows users to search their friends’ photos and likes with ease. However, after the update of last Monday, Facebook Graph Search has become more powerful than earlier. So you better review your privacy settings again.

By On October 6, 2013 Respond
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AT&T Confirms To Bring 300 Mbps Fiber Internet To Austin In December

AT&T Confirms To Bring 300 Mbps Fiber Internet To Austin In December

Around six months ago, AT&T announced that it will build a 1Gbps Fiber Internet network to Austin. Although AT&T is stick to the plan, lately the company has confirmed that it will surely bring 300 Mbps Fiber Internet to Austin in December.

By On October 2, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Electronics’ ChatON Messaging Service Reaches 100 Million Users

Samsung Electronics’ ChatON Messaging Service Reaches 100 Million Users

Samsung Electronics launched its ChatON Messaging Service two years ago in 2011. Lately, the company proudly announces that its ChatON now has a global subscriber base of over 100 million users.

By On October 1, 2013 Respond
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The Faces Of Facebook: 1.2 Billion Facebook Profile Pictures At One Place

The Faces Of Facebook: 1.2 Billion Facebook Profile Pictures At One Place

Facebook has a huge population, going well beyond the mark of 1 billion. It is hard to visualize this number, let alone try to imagine how many people it denotes. However, an ambitious project called ‘The Faces of Facebook’ has now endeavored to do this by presenting the display pictures of all Facebook users in one, huge grid.

By On September 30, 2013 Respond
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