Apple And Google Start Rejecting Submissions Of Flappy Bird Clones

Apple And Google Start Rejecting Submissions Of Flappy Bird Clones

Flappy Bird, the wildly popular game that rose to unprecedented success in no time, is gone. And it’s a ripe time for others to cash in on its fame. But Apple and Google have now started rejecting such app submissions which appear or are clones of Flappy Bird.

By On February 18, 2014 Respond
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Google Acquires SlickLogin On The Quest To Smarter Login Technologies

Google Acquires SlickLogin On The Quest To Smarter Login Technologies

Google has been working on trying to find viable security alternatives to passwords. The search giant has now acquired SlickLogin, which may be a step forward towards that goal. SlickLogin has a product that offers a sound-based login method.

By On February 17, 2014 Respond
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Google Will Block Unofficial Chrome Extensions On Windows From Version 33

Google Will Block Unofficial Chrome Extensions On Windows From Version 33

Google is aiming to limit the use of unofficial extensions on Chrome. The search giant has announced that from now onward, it will be blocking local Chrome extensions on Windows, starting from version 33 of the browser.

By On February 14, 2014 Respond
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Kaspersky Says There Are 10 Million Rogue Android Apps Out There

Kaspersky Says There Are 10 Million Rogue Android Apps Out There

Google has tried to significantly improve the security of its Google Play store in the last year or so. However, Kaspersky Labs has now warned that there are still 10 million possibly malicious Android apps out there.

By On February 10, 2014 Respond
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Google Announces $999 Videoconferencing ‘Chromebox For Meetings’

Google Announces $999 Videoconferencing ‘Chromebox For Meetings’

Google is steadily building a Chrome ecosystem in the PC arena. The company has now unveiled a Chromebox, equipped with everything needed for video conferences and meant for organizational meetings.

By On February 7, 2014 Respond
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Google’s Oldest Employee Susan Wojcicki Appointed As The New CEO Of YouTube

Google’s Oldest Employee Susan Wojcicki Appointed As The New CEO Of YouTube

We have seen Microsoft appoint a new CEO and within days of that, YouTube has also decided to get one. The new YouTube CEO is Susan Wojcicki, one of the oldest employees at Google.

By On February 6, 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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IE Browser Market Share Declines To Below Ten Percentage

IE Browser Market Share Declines To Below Ten Percentage

For long, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer enjoyed the leading position in the browser market, being among the oldest in the arena. But with the new and stuff competition, IE has been losing market share. Now, the browser has declined to single-digit market share.

By On January 31, 2014 Respond
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Google Reports 17% Growth In Year-Over-Year Profits

Google Reports 17% Growth In Year-Over-Year Profits

It’s that time of the year when every company is busy releasing quarterly reports. Google has revealed its own report and according to it, the search giant has mustered a year-over-year growth of 17% in its profits.

By On January 31, 2014 Respond
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Now You Can Play With Lego In Your Browser Anywhere In The World

Now You Can Play With Lego In Your Browser Anywhere In The World

We all know that Lego is a brilliant building tool. Lately, Google and Lego have partnered up to make an app called Build with Chrome that lets you play with Legos straight in your browser.

By On January 31, 2014 Respond
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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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Google Is Selling Motorola To Lenovo For $2.91 Billion

Google Is Selling Motorola To Lenovo For $2.91 Billion

The tech world has been in somewhat of a shock ever since the news emerged that Google may be selling Motorola to Lenovo. The search giant has now confirmed the news, saying that the deal rakes in $2.91 billion and that it gets to keep a ‘vast majority’ of the patents.

By On January 30, 2014 Respond
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Report Says Samsung Is Readying Galaxy Gear 2 And Galaxy Glass

Report Says Samsung Is Readying Galaxy Gear 2 And Galaxy Glass

Samsung made a recent entry into the wearable computers market with its Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Reports now suggest that the company is readying a Galaxy Gear 2 as well as a Galaxy Glass eyewear.

By On January 28, 2014 Respond
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Google Acquires Artificial Intelligence Startup ‘Deepmind’ For $400 Million

Google Acquires Artificial Intelligence Startup ‘Deepmind’ For $400 Million

We have seen a flurry of startup acquisitions by Google in the last year or so. The company has apparently set its eyes on the future of robotics. The latest in the list is the acquisition of Deepmind, an artificial intelligence (AI) startup.

By On January 28, 2014 Respond
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Google And Samsung Sign 10 Year Patent Licensing Agreement

Google And Samsung Sign 10 Year Patent Licensing Agreement

Google and Samsung have had their differences at times but the two have been the key players in the Android arena. In that context, it is no surprise that both companies have signed a 10-year patent licensing agreement.

By On January 27, 2014 Respond
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