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Browse and plant trees with Vivaldi browser and Ecosia search engine

While everyone in the world is worried about global warming, Vivaldi already has a solution to reforest the planet. Vivaldi 1.9, the latest version of the web browser has teamed up with the search engine Ecosia to make the world […]

Unroll.me found to be selling user data to make money

Unroll.me is one of the most effective services on the Internet that help you filter out spam from your email. It helps list out all the websites you have subscribed to, letting you unsubscribe them in one go. But, things […]

Firefox new update brings Project Quantum and Compact themes

Firefox’s recent update is the first phase of Project Quantum which brings various performance improvements to the browser. The new Quantum compositor is expected a speed up Firefox and also help prevent the graphics crashes on Windows. The Project Quantum […]

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Web version of Google Earth made available by Google

Google has released the web version of Google Earth and its own home page. According to the Google team, the new version of Google Earth is a whole new experience of exploring the world. The new version is not a […]

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Surface Pro 4 firmware updates for Windows 10 Creators Update released

Recently, i.e. on April 6th, 2017, Microsoft released the Surface Pro 4 firmware updates. The last Surface firmware updates had been released a month back, i.e. on March 8th, 2017; while the updated before tat were released almost two moths […]

Verizon merges Yahoo and Verizon into a new company called Oath

After acquiring Yahoo Verizon is merging Yahoo and AOL into a new company called Oath. AOL has been the pioneers when it comes to internet technology and recently was part and parcel of the Yahoo deal. The Verizon deal was […]

New Windows 10 devices coming with Creators Update

New Windows 10 devices coming with Creators Update

The Windows 10 Creators Update is all set to roll out globally starting from April 11. This update will also see some of the most innovative Windows 10 devices leveraging the creativity and gaming experiences enabled by the Creators update making […]

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US Senate votes to let ISPs sell your Web Browsing History to Advertisers

The Internet Service Providers can now send your personal data curtly to the advertisers without your permission and you literally can’t do anything about it. So, killing the Obama-era privacy regulations, the US Senate has voted to let the ISPs […]

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WikiLeaks & CIA are undermining the security of the internet, says Mozilla

The recent disclosure from WikiLeaks is probably the biggest leak so far. This is because, WikiLeaks released thousands of pages that included detailed information about sophisticated tools, software and techniques that are used by CIA to access computers, smartphones and […]

UWP OneDrive app available now for Xbox One

We love the Xbox On because it’s more than just a video game console, but an entertainment hub as well. When the console first came on the scene, it had several features that drew our attention, and one of them […]

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Old WikiLeaks post detailing how to skip Windows Activation surfaces

Wikileaks just dropped their biggest leak bundle yet and it has some extremely confidential documents that entail how top international organizations have been major culprits of piracy and illegal software procurement. In a file from 2013, under User #3375374, it […]

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Cyberfox will shutdown in 2018: Why is this happening?

Firefox is one of the most used web browsers for over a decade, and since then, it has garnered several forks. One of the popular forks of Firefox we’ve come to love ever since it came on the scene back […]

NASA releases a bunch of Free Open Source Software you want to check out

NASA has released a bunch of free software to be used in various technical applications. The software catalog 2017-2018 officially released by NASA is organized into fifteen broad subject matter categories. The categories include free codes for highly advanced aircraft […]

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DMOZ.org website to close down permanently

DMOZ, one of the largest human-edited web directory maintained by a community of volunteer editors is nearing its end. The open directory project. The main page of the web site bears the following message: IMPORTANT NOTICE: As of March 14, […]

Nokia launches 4 new phones at MWC 2017, reintroduces Nokia 3310

Nokia, as a brand, was taken over by HMD Global of China in 2016. Since the takeover, this is the company’s first appearance at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona where it announced 4 new phones for the international market. […]

HoloLens could give folks without vision the ability to see things

Microsoft HoloLens is quite useful in many areas of society. It’s not ready for consumers, but we can see how the device could change the world and how we live our daily lives. The big question, however, is how would […]

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Year old deleted Dropbox files reappear automatically

Many people must have thought the same, whether the ghost of their deleted Dropbox files had reappeared or what? But, this is not the ghost; but the files itself. A month back, several users reported that deleted Dropbox files started […]

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Skype Lite launched in India for Low-End Android Phones

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced the launch of Skype Lite, a lighter version of their video-calling app, in India at the company’s Future Decoded conference in Mumbai. This new app is supposed to a lot less resource and graphic intensive […]

Vivaldi browser 1.7 releases with built-in Screenshot and other cool features

Your favorite browser Vivaldi is up with a new and amazing set of features and functionality improvements. Vivaldi 1.7, the latest version is more productive and dynamic with the new features like built-in screenshots, better sound control and more. Vivaldi […]