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Google Created Classroom – An App That Will Help Teachers Create And Collect Assignments

Google Created Classroom – An App That Will Help Teachers Create And Collect Assignments

Teachers give their students assignments in class and later collect them. But sometimes this give and take process becomes lengthy. So, Google has launched a new free tool called Classroom which will help teachers create and organize assignments, provide feedback to their students, and communicate with their classes.

By On May 9, 2014 Respond
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Released Emails Show Friendly Terms Between NSA And Google

Released Emails Show Friendly Terms Between NSA And Google

When Edward Snowden blew the lid on NSA’s massive digital surveillance, many including Google denounced the agency. A fresh badge of emails released by Al-Jazeera now shows that Google and NSA had quite a friendly relationship.

By On May 8, 2014 Respond
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Teenager Arrested For Changing Grades By Hacking School Computers

Teenager Arrested For Changing Grades By Hacking School Computers

Hacking is done for a whole lot of reasons, but rarely do we see a hacker breaking into school computers simply to change grades. This was precisely the charge brought up against an 18-year-old Miami University student who was arrested.

By On May 7, 2014 Respond
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Google Considers Hiding URLs In Chrome Browser

Google Considers Hiding URLs In Chrome Browser

URLs typically tend to be long and winding, beset with countless slashes and other characters. Google is now considering replacing the URLs in Chrome browser with top-level domains only. This means that rather than viewing specific URLs, you’ll see the main domain of a given site.

By On May 6, 2014 Respond
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Emails Sent From iOS 7 Are Not Encrypted, Security Researcher Reveals

Emails Sent From iOS 7 Are Not Encrypted, Security Researcher Reveals

Apple’s iOS devices come with some of the best security features in the handset industry, including the ability to encrypt emails instantly. However, a security researcher has now revealed that email encryption hasn’t been working in iOS 7 devices.

By On May 6, 2014 Respond
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Tweets Can Report Earthquakes In Real-Time And Guide Emergency Responders

Tweets Can Report Earthquakes In Real-Time And Guide Emergency Responders

Data from Twitter has been used to all sorts of ends, including the real-time tracking of a disease’s outspread. Now, researchers are using the tweets to get real-time reports about an earthquake, so as to help guide the emergency responders.

By On May 4, 2014 Respond
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NYC Will Replace Payphones With Touchscreen Versions Offering Free Wi-Fi

NYC Will Replace Payphones With Touchscreen Versions Offering Free Wi-Fi

Payphones were once an essential element of the urban life in NYC but today they languish in abandonment. The city authorities now plan to replace these payphones with touchscreen payphones which will also be used to offer free Wi-Fi.

By On May 3, 2014 Respond
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FBI Strikes Vengefully, Anonymous Hacker May Get 440 Years In Jail

FBI Strikes Vengefully, Anonymous Hacker May Get 440 Years In Jail

It has been repeatedly highlighted since the tragic death of Aaron Swartz that the current anti-hacking laws in U.S. are awfully overreaching. This is manifest yet again in the example of a hacker who stands to get up to 440 years in jail for cyberstalking.

By On May 2, 2014 1 Response
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GetResponse: An Effective Email Marketing Tool For Businesses And Brands

GetResponse: An Effective Email Marketing Tool For Businesses And Brands

Despite the recent foray into countless new ways and app to digitally communicate, email remains one of the most popular online tools. GetResponse is an excellent tool which lets you make the most of it.

By On May 1, 2014 Respond
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Hacker Takes Over Baby Monitor, Shouts At The Baby

Hacker Takes Over Baby Monitor, Shouts At The Baby

Typically, hackers are lucid individuals with definite goals in their minds. But there are some hackers who screw with others’ lives for the sheer fun of it. Such a hacker recently took over a baby monitor in Ohio and started shouting at the baby.

By On April 30, 2014 Respond
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AOL Asks Millions Of Users To Reset Passwords Following Security Breach

AOL Asks Millions Of Users To Reset Passwords Following Security Breach

Security breaches have become a very important thing in the online world. AOL has now alerted millions of its users, asking them to reset their passwords as a precautionary measure in the wake of a recent security breach.

By On April 30, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Messenger 5.0: iOS Users Get Video Sharing, More Ways To Message

Facebook Messenger 5.0: iOS Users Get Video Sharing, More Ways To Message

Facebook has rolled out a new version of its Messenger app for iOS. The new versions is quicker and packs a whole plethora of new features including the ability to share videos, send voice messages and more.

By On April 29, 2014 Respond
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Skype Makes Group Video Calls Free For Desktop And Xbox One Users

Skype Makes Group Video Calls Free For Desktop And Xbox One Users

It would appear that Google Hangouts have been successful in giving Skype a tough time. The Microsoft team has responded by making the previously paid Skype group video chats free now for desktop and Xbox One users.

By On April 29, 2014 Respond
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New Zero Day Vulnerability Found In All Versions Of Internet Explorer

New Zero Day Vulnerability Found In All Versions Of Internet Explorer

Although Internet Explorer is no longer the most popular browser, it continues to command a significant market share. Which is why it is alarming news that a newly-discovered zero day vulnerability affects all versions of Internet Explorer.

By On April 28, 2014 Respond
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MIT Algorithm Can Anticipate How Popular A Photo Will Be On Social Web

MIT Algorithm Can Anticipate How Popular A Photo Will Be On Social Web

MIT PhD candidate Aditya Khosla has developed an algorithm which can predict how many views your photo will get in any social networking websites before you upload it. This algorithm will work with some social factors like how many friends/followers you have, the numbers of hash-tag and the length of the title of that photo.

By On April 26, 2014 Respond
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