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Google Says Chrome Apps Arriving On Android And iOS Devices Soon

Google Says Chrome Apps Arriving On Android And iOS Devices Soon

For the past few days we have been hearing that Google plans to bring Chrome apps on Android and iOS devices, but nothing was confirmed from Google. Last Tuesday, Google finally confirmed that its Chrome apps are going to arrive on Android and iOS devices soon.

By On January 30, 2014 Respond
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Evernote Launches New Sync Engine, Syncs Documents 4X Faster

Evernote Launches New Sync Engine, Syncs Documents 4X Faster

The last year hasn’t exactly been a great one for Evernote, in terms of the feedback from users. The company is apparently looking to change that by significantly improving its services and apps. As a start, Evernote has launched a new sync engine.

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Rovio Says It Hasn’t Shared Any ‘Angry Birds’ Data With NSA

Rovio Says It Hasn’t Shared Any ‘Angry Birds’ Data With NSA

A recent report in New York Times stated that spy agencies like NSA could use games like ‘Angry Birds’ to keep tabs on the users. Rovio has now issued a strong-worded statement that denies any such possibility.

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24-Year-Old Russian Author Of Notorious Banking Malware ‘SpyEye’ Pleads Guilty

24-Year-Old Russian Author Of Notorious Banking Malware ‘SpyEye’ Pleads Guilty

SpyEye malware kit has long been deemed as a huge threat for the banking industry. The kit enables hackers to infiltrate banking systems with ease and make away with money. The creator of the malware, Aleksander Panin, has now been arrested and has pleaded guilty.

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Twitter Is Apparently Testing Pop-Up Notifications For Web Users

Twitter Is Apparently Testing Pop-Up Notifications For Web Users

If you are an avid user of Twitter on the web, you may be in for a new feature soon. The micro-blogging service is apparently testing pop-up notifications on the web version.

By On January 29, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Hiring “Editors” For News App

Facebook Hiring “Editors” For News App

Facebook News Feed is a constantly updating list of stories from people and Pages that you follow on Facebook. However, lately it’s been reported that Facebook is now looking for “Editors” for its News App. The editors tell the Facebook users which news they should be reading.

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CEO Of A Bitcoin Exchange Arrested Over Money Laundering Charges

CEO Of A Bitcoin Exchange Arrested Over Money Laundering Charges

Silk Road may have been taken down by FBI but the post-seizure casualties of the online drug portal continue. Authorities have now arrested Charlie Shrem, the CEO of a Bitcoin exchange called ‘BitInstant’ over allegations of Silk Road-related money laundering.

By On January 28, 2014 Respond
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FBI Has Access To The Complete Database of TorMail Service

FBI Has Access To The Complete Database of TorMail Service

TorMail has long been a key anonymity tool for a wide variety of privacy-conscious internet users. It has now been revealed that FBI has a complete copy of the Tormail service, containing names, mails and all other data.

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Snapchat’s CEO Reveals The Intriguing Philosophy Behind The App

Snapchat’s CEO Reveals The Intriguing Philosophy Behind The App

Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel is known as someone who would rather avoid talking about the details of his company. However, in an unexpected speech recently, he opened up more about the philosophy which drives Snapchat.

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BeWifi: Use Your Neighbor’s Bandwidth When He’s Not Using It

BeWifi: Use Your Neighbor’s Bandwidth When He’s Not Using It

Imagine you need to download a file urgently at a given hour and your own broadband connection is not quick enough. What if you were able to use the spare bandwidth of a neighbor or two to speed things up? Telefonica has made it possible with BeWifi.

By On January 26, 2014 Respond
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Automatic Software Configuration Caused Google Service Outage, And Its Healed Itself!

Automatic Software Configuration Caused Google Service Outage, And Its Healed Itself!

Last Friday, due to a software bug, Gmail, Google+, Google Drive, Calender and Documents went down for several minutes. Google fixed that problem shortly and later apologized for the outage.

By On January 26, 2014 Respond
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NSA Has A Children’s Website, Filled With Praises Of The Agency

NSA Has A Children’s Website, Filled With Praises Of The Agency

NSA has been under a lot heat after Edward Snowden revealed several projects and measures by the spy agency to be illegal. Interestingly, the agency has a website for children where it projects a very positive image of its own self.

By On January 25, 2014 Respond
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Pinterest Starts Supporting GIFs For Web Users, Mobile Support Coming Soon

Pinterest Starts Supporting GIFs For Web Users, Mobile Support Coming Soon

Until quite recently, if you tried to pin a GIF on one of the Pinterest boards, it would automatically turn into a static photo. Now, Pinterest has finally rolled out support for GIFs on the web version, allowing you to pin moving, dynamic images.

By On January 24, 2014 Respond
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Researcher Gets $33,500 Bounty After Finding Facebook Remote Execution Bug

Researcher Gets $33,500 Bounty After Finding Facebook Remote Execution Bug

Nearly all the tech companies routinely pay bounty awards to security researchers for finding vulnerabilities in their services. But it’s quite rare to see a bounty to the tune of $33,500, which was recently grabbed by a researcher who found a remote execution bug in Facebook.

By On January 24, 2014 Respond
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Russian Hackers Target Hundreds Of Energy Companies Worldwide

Russian Hackers Target Hundreds Of Energy Companies Worldwide

China has long been accused of backing its army of hackers in their numerous cyber espionage attempts. A report now reveals that Russian government may be playing a similar role, supporting a group of hackers who have targeted hundreds of energy companies globally.

By On January 23, 2014 Respond
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