Every year, tech companies unveil new April Fools’ Day fake announcements. Some are impressively comprehensive; some are frankly painful. Today, we have brought some of the biggest April Fools’ Day pranks made by tech companies
Quantum computers rely on a critically important concept in quantum physics called entanglement. Researchers were recently able to create such entanglement in 103 dimensions using only a pair of particles.
Apple’s authorized resellers have began offering a number of deals on iPad minis and 4th-gen iPads, iMacs & MacBooks and Bluetooth headphones. The resellers are giving up to $329 discount for 128GB 4th-gen iPads.
The Fukumisha disaster in Japan, in the wake of earthquake and floods, was a grim reminder of the risks of nuclear energy. Recent research reveals that ceramics may be the solution to fool-proof nuclear plants against such future disasters.
Microsoft has been hinting at a major graphics-related announcement. The company has finally lifted the wraps and revealed DirectX 12, a new set of its graphical APIs which comes with extensive hardware support.
Following that launch of Firefox 28 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android, yesterday Mozilla launched Firefox 29 Beta for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. In this new version, Firefox Sync has been revamped.
Many people prefer to use Gmail for online communication. But at the beginning level, most of the users can’t use Gmail properly due to insufficient guideline or lack of knowledge. Therefore, today we have come up with a helpful guideline.
Online privacy has been back in the headlines after a recent revelation that NSA posed as Facebook to infect users’ computers. Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, recently called President Barack Obama to ‘express frustration’ over the whole fiasco.
VLC’s media player has become one of the most popular video players over the last few years. Windows 8 users can rejoice now because a beta version of the player, specifically created for Windows 8, is now available.
Canonical has come a long way since first announcing the Ubuntu Touch for mobile devices. The company has steadily improved the mobile OS and fresh prototypes for the platform have surfaced at this year’s MWC.
The online advertisement industry is evolving rapidly in a bid to sustain its growth as more and more users shift to mobile devices. Opera’s Sponsored Web Pass is a brilliant spin on this transition, offering you free mobile internet in return for watching ads.
When you walk into Starbucks, it takes you a while to figure out the WiFi, agree to certain terms and conditions and only then get internet access. Google is now readying a WiFi app that will automatically connect with free WiFi hotspots instantly.
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