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Watch Mars Rover Opportunity Live On YouTube

Watch Mars Rover Opportunity Live On YouTube

Google has teamed up with NASA. And the combined team organized a hangout at Google+. So now you could catch the Mars Rover Opportunity live or stream anytime. Grab the video directly.

By On July 20, 2012 Respond
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HTC Confirms One X, One XL And One S Will Get Jelly Bean Update

HTC Confirms One X, One XL And One S Will Get Jelly Bean Update

When Google released its latest Android version 4.1 called Jelly Bean then major smartphone intended to update their devices to this latest version. Today, HTC has confirmed through a statement that the HTC One X, One XL and One S will be receiving update to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). But HTC did not mention any specific date for update.

By On July 20, 2012 Respond
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WebApps To Be Featured In Next Release Of Ubuntu Desktop

WebApps To Be Featured In Next Release Of Ubuntu Desktop

Ubuntu is incorporating WebApps feature to its next version of OS. They are integrating this feature in the Ubutu Desktop to make the dying Linux Desktop live again. Already few months ago, cloud service has been featured in the Desktop. The feature will introduce popular Internet services and Websites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and many more as desktop applications.

By On July 20, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Root Your Samsung Galaxy S III

[Tutorial] How To Root Your Samsung Galaxy S III

If you are one of many Android users who like rooting your phone then newest version of Samsung Galaxy S will not be of any exception. By rooting your Android phone you will be able to use many cool things such as custom ROMs, and other applications that are not available at Google Play store. By removing this protection from your phone you will also lose all of the safety features so have this risk on your mind. If your decision is final and you want to root your Samsung Galaxy S 3 phone then this tutorial will help you by leading you step by step.

By On July 20, 2012 3 Responses
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Which Web Browser Apple Fans Use Most? Safari, Chrome Or Else?

Which Web Browser Apple Fans Use Most? Safari, Chrome Or Else?

At the iOS developer conference of Google held in last month, Google launched Chrome for iOS. Within a very short time, that became a very popular web browser among iPhone and iPad users. Recently, advertising company Chitika has released some fresh statistics showing the market position of different iOS browsers. The new data shows that 1.4 percent of iPhone & iPad users have adopted Google’s iOS version Chrome.

By On July 19, 2012 Respond
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Clash Of The Titans – Eric Schmidt Vs Peter Thiel

Clash Of The Titans – Eric Schmidt Vs Peter Thiel

When two major tech celebrities meet at a public event, more often than not they tend to stay courteous and sugar-coat their opposition of each other. However, this was definitely not the case when Google’s Chairman Eric Schmidt and Entrepreneur Peter Thiel took the stage at Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference.

By On July 18, 2012 Respond
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Mozilla Releases Firefox 14, Boosts Security Features And Web Application Support

Mozilla Releases Firefox 14, Boosts Security Features And Web Application Support

It’s exactly one moth since Mozilla’s last release of Firefox (13). Guess what? Mozilla has released Firefox 14, already. The new Firefox 14 is upgraded with new security and developer friendly features. And, there is something for Mac users too. Overall, the new Firefox promises to deliver more security to end users, make web application support more robust, and make the developers happy.

By On July 18, 2012 Respond
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Hacker Finds Android JellyBean “Pretty Difficult” To Exploit

Hacker Finds Android JellyBean “Pretty Difficult” To Exploit

Google’s Android operating system for mobile platform has been lambasted for a long time to have a poorer security when compared to other mobile platforms such as iOS by Apple. Hackers in the past have been able to make use of a number of exploits in the earlier versions of Android OS. However, with the latest release of Android JellyBean, Google seems to have ramped up security for its OS.

By On July 17, 2012 Respond
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Study Says People Prefer YouTube For Breaking News

Study Says People Prefer YouTube For Breaking News

YouTube is the most popular video sharing website at present. Most of the time, people visit this website to watch videos. A new study has found that, people from all over the world are preferring the Google-owned site YouTube not only for videos but also for news footage. It means, YouTube is becoming a major platform for news.

By On July 17, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Receive Alerts On Your PC From Your Android Phone

[Tutorial] How To Receive Alerts On Your PC From Your Android Phone

How many times it happened that you forgot your phone at home or at work, but you need to have it near you to receive important calls and messages? Well, you don’t have to worry about it any more. Because, now you can easily display notifications from your Android phone directly to your computer. All you need to do is use the free Android Notifier app. In this tutorial I will guide you trough the process of setting up the system.

By On July 17, 2012 Respond
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Stolen Car Found on eBay After 42 Years

Stolen Car Found on eBay After 42 Years

Internet often ends up doing wonders for a lot of people. Not only has it helped people find long-lost friends through the likes of Facebook and Google+, it has also allowed many to find different belongings they had lost. For instance, a man has now been able to regain a car that he had lost 42 years ago by spotting it on eBay!

By On July 16, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Stop Android From Adding Apps Icons To The Home Screen

[Tutorial] How To Stop Android From Adding Apps Icons To The Home Screen

Did you notice when you install a new app on your Android device its icon always appears on your home screen? Although this can be pretty useful, sometimes it’s really frustrating. In most cases I end up removing those icons from the home screen. In this tutorial I will show how you can disable this automatic appearance of icons on your home screen easily. After you apply the tricks no new icons will be added to your home screen.

By On July 16, 2012 Respond
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Filmmaker Decides To Live Open-Source Life For One Year

Filmmaker Decides To Live Open-Source Life For One Year

Open-source is more of a complete philosophy than a mere notion. Whereas once the term was somehow applied only to open-source coders and programmers, it has far wider meanings now. In fact, it can be a lifestyle in itself. And that is precisely why, Sam Muirhead, is going to live one whole year in a very open-source way to show how the philosophy can translate into everyday life.

By On July 15, 2012 Respond
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Full Featured XBMC Media Center Launched For Android

Full Featured XBMC Media Center Launched For Android

XBMC (Xbox Media Center) is an excellent, well-reputed and free open-source cross-platform media player. The software is quite popular among the open-source community and is widely used. The developer team of XBMC has now expanded its horizon further. The team has now extended its support for the Android platform. And, it is a full featured version of XBMC for Android.

By On July 15, 2012 Respond
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Yahoo, Gmail, AOL Passwords Leaked; Check If You Are Among The Victims

Yahoo, Gmail, AOL Passwords Leaked; Check If You Are Among The Victims

The string of hackers reaching out to prominent tech giants and hacking into their systems continues. This time, the primary victim has been Yahoo. The company has confirmed that some 400,000 usernames and passwords of Yahoo users were hacked by a hacker group called D33D and were leaked onto the web.

By On July 15, 2012 Respond
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