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Instagram Blocking Photos Uploaded By Third Party Apps On Windows Phone

Instagram Blocking Photos Uploaded By Third Party Apps On Windows Phone

Instagram recently made a number of changes to its API. Ever since the update, the service has started blocking such photos which are uploaded to Instagram using third-party apps. This has posed a problem for many Windows Phone users.

By On July 31, 2013 Respond
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Xbox One Wireless Controller, Charge Kit And Headsets Available For Pre-Order

Xbox One Wireless Controller, Charge Kit And Headsets Available For Pre-Order

Some new accessories for the Xbox is now available for pre-order at the Microsoft Store. Amazon is also taking the pre-order for Xbox One controller, which has been listed on last Wednesday and showing November 27 release.

By On July 28, 2013 Respond
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Developers Can Now Self-Publish Games For Xbox One

Developers Can Now Self-Publish Games For Xbox One

It would seem that given the rather huge social media backlash over Microsoft’s Xbox One console after its launch, the company is ready to make many concessions. Although Microsoft initially announced that Xbox One game developers will have to get their games approved by a publisher first, the company has now allowed developers to self-publish.

By On July 25, 2013 Respond
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To Defy Government Surveillance, Google Tests Encryption Of Drive Files

To Defy Government Surveillance, Google Tests Encryption Of Drive Files

The recent PRISM leaks show that the U.S. government has been working closely with certain companies in order to get its hands on users’ data. Google categorically denied any such collaboration with the authorities and the company is now testing the encryption of Google Drive files in order to thwart any government surveillance attempts.

By On July 18, 2013 Respond
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Smartwatches Shipments Will Climb To 5 Million By 2014

Smartwatches Shipments Will Climb To 5 Million By 2014

Wearable gadgets may not be that popular yet, but nearly all analysts agree that they are the future of smart computing. While Google has already unveiled Google Glass, smartwatches may be far more popular. Analysts estimates that by 2014, the volume of smartwatches shipments will reach 5 million.

By On July 17, 2013 Respond
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Hackers Sell Digital Flaws, Client List Include Governments Too

Hackers Sell Digital Flaws, Client List Include Governments Too

Computer flaws are common and every time a new version of any software comes out, it usually contains some bugs. Conventionally, hackers would find them and report them to the respective maker of the software, who’d pay in return. But increasingly, nations are outbidding these amounts to lay their hands on zero-day exploits first.

By On July 15, 2013 Respond
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Leaked Photos Taken With Nokia Lumia 1020 Confirm 41MP Camera Phone

Leaked Photos Taken With Nokia Lumia 1020 Confirm 41MP Camera Phone

The official announcement for Nokia’s 41-megapixel camera phone with Windows Phone 8 is expected to come later this week. But there were some confusion about the naming of the device – is it Lumia 1020 or Lumia 909? Some sample photos posted on Flickr, taken with the phone, by Microsoft Windows Phone manager Joe Belfiore confirms the name to be Lumia 1020.

By On July 9, 2013 1 Response
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Zynga Bagged New CEO For $50 Million In Compensation

Zynga Bagged New CEO For $50 Million In Compensation

You’re probably aware of Zynga’s new CEO hire. The social gaming company snatched Xbox lead from Microsoft in a bid to turn around its future. But what lured Don Mattrick quit Microsoft and assume the role of CEO at Zynga? Big compensation definitely has a part in it.

By On July 4, 2013 Respond
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Sharp Brings PN-K322B 32-Inch IGZO Touchscreen Monitor With 4K Resolution

Sharp Brings PN-K322B 32-Inch IGZO Touchscreen Monitor With 4K Resolution

Following in the footsteps of ASUS, Sharp releasing the best Ultra HD display. The 32-inch PQ321Q with a 4K2K pen-enabled touchscreen Monitor with 3,840 x 2,160 IGZO LCD panel that can be controlled with the fingers.

By On July 3, 2013 1 Response
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Google Gets FCC Approval For TV White Space Database Operation

Google Gets FCC Approval For TV White Space Database Operation

Google has secured an approval from Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to operate a TV white space database. This would allow the tech giant to use unlicensed TV broadcast spectrum for wireless broadband.

By On July 1, 2013 Respond
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MacBook Air Owns More Than Half Of Thin-And-Light Laptop Market

MacBook Air Owns More Than Half Of Thin-And-Light Laptop Market

Apple’s MacBook Air dominates the thin-and-light laptop market in the U.S. It captures more than half of thin-and-light laptop market in the U.S.

By On June 30, 2013 Respond
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Windows Azure Gets Auto-Scaling For Web Apps

Windows Azure Gets Auto-Scaling For Web Apps

Microsoft conventionally makes a lot of significant announcements during its Build developer conferences. This year, the company has announced that it has added the option of auto-scaling to its Azure cloud-computing platform.

By On June 28, 2013 Respond
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PayPal Envisions Galactic Money Transfer Initiative For Space Travelers

PayPal Envisions Galactic Money Transfer Initiative For Space Travelers

Space travel by anyone but astronauts seems too far in the future still. But PayPal believes that the time is upon us and is collaborating with a number of other companies to launch a galactic money transfer initiative. The initiative would attempt to devise ways through which payments could be made for, let’s say, moon-bars.

By On June 28, 2013 1 Response
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Austrian Student Group Files Complaint Against Internet Companies Over PRISM Leaks

Austrian Student Group Files Complaint Against Internet Companies Over PRISM Leaks

In the wake of the PRISM leaks which alleged that a number of technology companies had collaborated with NSA, an Austrian student group has launched legal action against these companies. Citing the European privacy laws, the group thinks that these companies might have tried for sharing user data with NSA.

By On June 28, 2013 1 Response
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Kinect For Xbox One Won’t Work With PCs

Kinect For Xbox One Won’t Work With PCs

When Microsoft released the original Kinect for Xbox 360, hackers were able to tweak it and plug it into their PCs before soon. However, such liberties won’t be possible with the next-generation Kinect that will arrive with Xbox One, says Microsoft.

By On June 27, 2013 1 Response
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