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Pay What You Want

Pay What You Want: Front-End Developer Bundle

There are very few deals where you get to choose. One of such rare deals is “Pay What you Want” deal. The deal that has multiple options such as ‘Beat the Leader Price’, ‘Beat the average price’ and ‘Pay What […]

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Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 Home edition available at 50% discount!

Speech recognition apps are present everywhere; in every possible field. Now you can own world’s most famous speech recognition app, Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 Home edition at only $49.99. This is a flat 50% discount on its original price, which […]


Deal: 74% off on Power Vault 18000mAh Portable Battery Pack

It sucks, when your smartphone runs out of battery and you desperately need to use it for some urgent work. The situation worsens when you are on the go and there is no power outlet nearby. Smartphones are no less […]


No adult content, Google warns Sex Bloggers

Now bloggers have to be more careful while creating adult content on Google’s Blogger website. Google has warned sex bloggers that any blog that contains sexually explicit images, videos or graphic nudity as well as content will be marked as […]

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Pale Moon and together bring new start page

The popular web browser Pale Moon now comes with a new cloud-based start page service. Moonchild Productions has launched the new start page in collaboration with The new start page somehow resembles the old one and the only notable […]

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Tips and Tricks focussed .how domain launched

A few days back, Google jumped into domain industry, and today they launched .HOW domain. a new generic top level domain (gTLD), which is designed for those who have knowledge about a specific topics that they want to share with […]

Google Earth Pro

Google Earth Pro, once $399 a year, is free now

A good news for all as recently Google has made an announcement that now Google Earth Pro is available for free. In the past Google used to charge $399 a year for Google Earth Pro but now it’s free of […]

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IIT Bombay to produce World’s Cheapest Netbook

In what started as an ambitious project to provide remote students with virtual classrooms, some 30 years ago, India has been roping in different manufacturers as well as has been researching on its own (in its IT Institutes) for a […]

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Mac and iOS devices receive updates for OneDrive for Business

OneDrive is a file hosting service that is being popularly used across many devices today. You can keep your files private, share them with your contacts, or can keep them publicly as well, on OneDrive. In the past Windows Phone […]

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Former Opera CEO to launch Vivaldi web browser

Just a few days after the announcement of Microsoft’s new web browser Spartan, we have a new offering from the former CEO of Opera, Jon Ton Tetzcher. After being away from Opera for four long years, Jon Ton Tetzcher is […]

The Mouse Box PC

Mouse Box – The Mouse as a PC

In a project undertaken by a group of Polish students, the entire PC is bundled inside a mouse. The only thing it lacks is a monitor and there is provision for that too. The Mouse Box has two USB ports that […]

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Google starts urging Firefox users to change their Search Engine

A while back, Mozilla decided to replace Google with Yahoo as the default search in its Firefox browser. Not willing to take this quietly, Google has started urging Firefox users, who are using Yahoo as the default search engine to change […]

DirectX 12

Unity going to add support for DirectX 12

DirectX 12, the latest version of the graphics API by Microsoft, was introduced last year in the Game Developers Conference or GDC. Ever since its announcement, DirectX 12 has been the favorite API amongst the game developers, since it is […]


EU takes a step further to kill Privacy on the Internet

Privacy has been an issue all along past many decades, especially since Google started sneaking into what you are searching on the Internet. In an age where people are concerned more about their privacy than ever, law makers and law […]

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Work Folders Now Available For iPad

  Microsoft has released the Work Folders feature for iPad. Previously available only for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and 8.1 RT, Work Folders app is now available for free download in Apple AppStore. With Work Folders, users can store and […]

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Google Domains, domain name registration service, launched

Google quietly launched ‘Google Domains’ and opened its services to the residents of United States. Back in July 2014, Google announced about its domains registration services and yesterday the company unveiled its new service. At present the service is offering […]


CES 2015 sees launch of several new Windows devices

CES has always been the favourite event for the tech lovers and if you are a Windows users, CES 2015 has some very interesting and useful gadgets and devices for you. This year the Consumer Electronic Show brings some high-end […]


Intel Compute Stick puts Windows 8.1 on a stick

In the ongoing CES 2015 event in Las Vegas, Intel quietly announced Intel Compute Stick. Just like Google’s Chromecast and Amazon’s Fire, it is a HDMI stick that comes installed with the Windows 8.1 with Bing OS, which is designed […]

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India blocks PasteBin, Vimeo and 30 other sites

The orders of India’s DoT have blocked 32 websites in India. The list includes some very popular websites like Vimeo, Pastebin, Dailymotion, Github and many others. The issue is reported mainly by the users using BSNL, Hathway and Vodafone network. […]

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HERE Drive+ receives an update; 18 new countries added

Here Drive+, the voice-guided navigation app from HERE suite of navigation apps has received a new update lately thereby adding 18 new countries and territories. With this latest update, the app is now serving a total of 118 countries. The […]


OneDrive Android app gets custom pin timeouts, shake for feedback, etc.

The OneDrive for Android app has been updated to Version 2.9.3. Microsoft is continuing providing regular updates to the OneDrive apps. It has now updated its Android app with custom pin timeouts, shake for feedback, Push notifications for shared files […]


Autodesk offers its design software free for students worldwide

There’s a reason to rejoice for design students across the globe. Autodesk, the software giant in US that makes design software for various industries; announced that it has made its design software free for all the design students as well […]

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Mozilla showcases its new Search Interface in Firefox

Mozilla Firefox, once again, is bringing a new and refreshing change in the world of search engines. Now, with a single click, you can search for the relevant information and that too, from a selected source with the help of […]

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Google launches Devices and Activity Dashboard and Security Wizard

Online security threats are getting more and more sophisticated with time and thus, it is very important to keep your protection tools update. Google today announced a new set of security tools for Google Apps users, especially the business users. […]


Google launches Contributor program that lets you block ads

Google has launched a new service named Contributor that will allow readers to kill advertisements on their favorite websites for a monthly fee. The way the Google Contributor program works is that, users can choose to make a monthly contribution […]