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Firefox To Put Ads In New Tabs

Firefox To Put Ads In New Tabs

We know that Mozilla Firefox team is working on its own OS. Besides, it is also trying to make its existing software more relevant to users and thus can earn a little more profit. However, yesterday the organization announced that it will put ads in new tabs.

By On February 13, 2014 Respond
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Twitter Is Planning A Major Facebook-Like Redesign

Twitter Is Planning A Major Facebook-Like Redesign

It would appear that when it comes to user interface, there’s an alliance of sorts between Facebook and Twitter. Twitter is apparently planning to revamp its user interface, bringing it a lot closer to what Facebook looks like.

By On February 12, 2014 Respond
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Bing Starts Offering Instant Bitcoin Converter

Bing Starts Offering Instant Bitcoin Converter

There are a number of Bitcoin exchanges and services online which can be used to see Bitcoin’s current rate against different currencies. Bing has now integrated a Bitcoin converter in its search so that Bitcoin enthusiasts can get these conversion rates instantly.

By On February 12, 2014 Respond
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Malicious App StealthBit Is Stealing Bitcoins From Mac OS X Users

Malicious App StealthBit Is Stealing Bitcoins From Mac OS X Users

Bitcoin is the pioneering crypt-currency and that may be the reason why it keeps facing one trouble after another. This time, it is a malicious Bitcoin app called ‘StealthBit’ which essentially steals Bitcoins from Mac OS X users.

By On February 11, 2014 Respond
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Snowden Used A Simple Web Crawler To Gather NSA Data

Snowden Used A Simple Web Crawler To Gather NSA Data

Edward Snowden is the man who helped start a global debate on the digital surveillance of NSA by leaking critical, internal data from the agency. It has now been revealed that Snowden collected this data using simple web crawlers.

By On February 10, 2014 Respond
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Man Tries To Sell His Girlfriend On eBay, Surprised When Saw People Bidding

Man Tries To Sell His Girlfriend On eBay, Surprised When Saw People Bidding

Ever heard of a man trying to sell his girlfriend on eBay? Well it really happened. A UK based man tried to sell his long-time girlfriend on eBay and became very much surprised when he saw that people started bidding on her!

By On February 10, 2014 Respond
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See What Google Autocompletes Show About The Most Famous Tech Founders And CEOs

See What Google Autocompletes Show About The Most Famous Tech Founders And CEOs

Whenever you type something in Google search box, it tries to help you by providing some suggestions. There are many people who often try to know about the most famous tech founders and CEOs using Google search box. Do you know what Google autocompletes show?

By On February 9, 2014 Respond
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Miami Police Arrests 3 Bitcoin Traders Over Money-Laundering Charges

Miami Police Arrests 3 Bitcoin Traders Over Money-Laundering Charges

It would appear that Bitcoin’s legal troubles are far from over. After the former CEO of BitInstant was indicted recently, Floria police has arrested another three Bitcoin traders over allegations of money laundering.

By On February 9, 2014 Respond
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Firefox’s Australis Design Hits Aurora Channel, Looks A Lot Like Chrome

Firefox’s Australis Design Hits Aurora Channel, Looks A Lot Like Chrome

The Mozilla team has been working on a significant Firefox UI update for months. The update is to include the new Australis user interface which has now hit the Aurora release channel. From the looks of it, Australis borrows many design elements from Chrome.

By On February 9, 2014 Respond
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Facebook To Launch An “Edit” Feature To The ‘Look Back’

Facebook To Launch An “Edit” Feature To The ‘Look Back’

For its 10th anniversary, Facebook came out with a new feature called “A Look Back” which represents your journey in Facebook from joining. However, if you don’t like your Facebook “Look Back”, no worries; very soon you’ll be able to edit it as Facebook, now is working on an edit tool.

By On February 6, 2014 Respond
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Twitter Timeline Views And User Growth Rate Decline In Q4

Twitter Timeline Views And User Growth Rate Decline In Q4

Twitter has been registering a steady growth ever since it came into being. And when it went public, it did far better than most Wall Street estimates. But during the Q4 of 2013, Twitter’s user growth rate has slowed down.

By On February 6, 2014 Respond
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Target Ramps Up Security Of Customer Credit Cards Following Breach

Target Ramps Up Security Of Customer Credit Cards Following Breach

The recent Target data breach, which leaked credit card information of some 110 million customers of the company, made many headlines. Recovering from the PR damage, Target is now focused on improving the security of customers’ credit cards.

By On February 5, 2014 Respond
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Yahoo And Flickr Face Temporary Outage

Yahoo And Flickr Face Temporary Outage

Yahoo is not often a leading headline in the tech industry but when it is, it’s not usually for good reasons. Recently, the company reportedly faced a temporary outage of its services including Yahoo Mail and Flickr. The services are up and available again now.

By On February 5, 2014 Respond
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NekNomination Page Shuts Down After Linked To Teenager’s Death

NekNomination Page Shuts Down After Linked To Teenager’s Death

NekNomination is a popular game which highlights the bravado involved in consuming alcohol. The game primarily involves finishing a bottle of alcohol, accompanied with adventurous stunts. And this has now led to the death of a teenager.

By On February 5, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Turns 10, Celebrates With “Look Back” Feature

Facebook Turns 10, Celebrates With “Look Back” Feature

Facebook is celebrating its 10th birthday on February 4, coming a long way from its inception to become the largest social network around. The company is celebrating the occasion with a special feature called ‘Look Back’, letting you trace your Facebook history in a video.

By On February 4, 2014 Respond
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