Within Two Days, Half A Million Google Readers Switch To Feedly

Within Two Days, Half A Million Google Readers Switch To Feedly

Google recently announced that it will soon abandon its RSS aggregation tool, Google Reader. The announcement aroused a debate on the social media, with journalists, reporters and other RSS users seeking out a viable alternative. Apparently, they found it in Feedly and within two days, more than 500,000 news users have signed up for the tool.

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Galaxy S4 Has Attracted 40% More Interest Than Galaxy S III, Says UK Retailer

Galaxy S4 Has Attracted 40% More Interest Than Galaxy S III, Says UK Retailer

When Samsung launched its last flagship smartphone, Galaxy S III, the company was able to muster fairly good sales and make it among the leading brands in the Android arena. The new flagship from Samsung, Galaxy S4, seems to be even more popular, with a UK retailer citing that interest in Galaxy S4 is 40% higher than that in Galaxy S III.

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Mark Zuckerberg Is The World’s Most Liked CEO

Mark Zuckerberg Is The World’s Most Liked CEO

Glassdoor dishes out CEO approval ratings each year, reflecting what number of employees in a given company or organization approves of the boss of that entity. Quite interestingly, this year’s topper is Mark Zuckerberg, who enjoys the express approval of 99% of Facebook employees.

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LG May Be Making Nexus 5, Design And Specs Leak

LG May Be Making Nexus 5, Design And Specs Leak

Here’s a new, completely wild rumor that may or may not be legit. According to a person who claims to work for Google, South Korean multinational electronics company LG is working on a new smartphone code named the LG “Megalodon.” The person also claims that this code named smartphone is actually Nexus 5. We have got a leaked image of the phone with features inside.

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Russian Intelligence Agency Can Tap Skype Users Without Court Order

Russian Intelligence Agency Can Tap Skype Users Without Court Order

Even since Microsoft acquired Skype, a number of issues have cropped up regarding the privacy and security of the tool. Some claim that Microsoft has created backdoors in Skype to allow legitimate wiretapping. It has now been found out that Russian Federal Security Service can tap into users’ Skype without a court order.

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Samsung Readying A Non-Android Smartphone For Launch In Q3

Samsung Readying A Non-Android Smartphone For Launch In Q3

The hype created by the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 smartphone hasn’t died out yet, and critics are busy in determining whether to deem the new smartphone a success or a failure. However, Samsung is not resting and is apparently busy preparing yet another non-Android smartphone, to be launched in third quarter this year.

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25 Percent Of Sun-Like Stars Host Earth-Size Planets: Scientists

25 Percent Of Sun-Like Stars Host Earth-Size Planets: Scientists

For long time, scientists have been trying to know is there any Sun-like star that hosts Earth-size planet? And if yes, then how many? Data collected by NASA’s Kepler space telescope suggests that nearly a quarter of all Sun-like stars in our galaxy host planets 1-3 times the size of our planet Earth.

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Scientists Bring Extinct Frog Species Back To Life

Scientists Bring Extinct Frog Species Back To Life

Australian scientists have produced an embryo of a frog that was extinct since 1983. The new breakthrough paves the way to bring extinct species back to life.

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[Review] Let’s Create! Pottery HD Game

[Review] Let’s Create! Pottery HD Game

Infinite Dreams Inc. presents Let’s create! Pottery HD is an innovative game where you have to create pottery with your fingers from molding the clay on the virtual wheel, burn it in the kiln and then paint it with all your artistic talent. That’s how you can create your own pottery to sell and raise money which can be used for buying dozens of colors and brushes available on the game. We have few promo codes for this game, keep reading to find out how.

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Samsung May Bring Some Galaxy S4 Features To Other Galaxy Devices

Samsung May Bring Some Galaxy S4 Features To Other Galaxy Devices

Samsung’s Galaxy S4 smartphone is already making a lot of headlines. Not only does the new flagship handset pack impressive specifications, but it also ships with many great UI improvements. And Samsung has now hinted that it may bring these software improvements and features to other flagships devices too in the future.

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Email App Mailbox Acquired By Dropbox

Email App Mailbox Acquired By Dropbox

The popular email app, Mailbox, has been gaining a lot of traction of late. The app was made available only a month ago and has already attracted raving reviews. Now, Dropbox has acquired the app, together with the entire team behind it.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Is Finally Here [Full Feature List]

Samsung Galaxy S4 Is Finally Here [Full Feature List]

All of us have been waiting for the next flagship smartphone from Samsung rather eagerly. The company finally unveiled the Galaxy S IV handset at a rather distasteful launch event. The new smartphone packs stunning looks, superior hardware and a whole plethora of new features.

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HP LaserJet Exploit Can Be Used For Remote Data Access

HP LaserJet Exploit Can Be Used For Remote Data Access

Printers connected to the network are often found to be a risk to the internal security of a given organization. In the past, we have found how a simple Google search yields results of thousands of connected printers. Now, the Homeland Security has issued a warning about HP’s LaserJet Pro printers, citing that it contains a critical telnet bug.

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Twitter Finally Adds Support For Line Breaks

Twitter Finally Adds Support For Line Breaks

In the past, I’ve repeatedly tried to spread my 140-character tweets to as many lines, just for the fun of it. But to no use, since Twitter had no support for line breaks. As it turns out, the micro-blogging website has now added this support and you can evenly spread out your single tweet to 140 lines with the help of line breaks. Isn’t that fun?

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Google Shutting Down 8 Services Including Google Reader As Of Its ‘Spring Cleaning’

Google Shutting Down 8 Services Including Google Reader As Of Its ‘Spring Cleaning’

Last year, we have seen Google shutting down five redundant services as a part of its ‘Spring Cleaning’ ritual. This year is no different. Yesterday on March 13, Google announced that it is going to shut down its popular RSS readers, Google Reader and seven other services as a part of ‘Spring Cleaning’ ritual.

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