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Google is removing ads from the right-hand side of search results

Google is removing ads from the right-hand side of search results and putting them only at the top and bottom of the page. The...
Sony Smart Ear

Sony ‘Smart Ear’ wireless earbud

Sony is about to make some waves at Mobile World Congress with its first entry into the growing market of truly wireless earbuds. A...
Apple has 3 more days

3 More days for Apple to decide if it will hack the iPhone for...

Apple has 3 more days of time to respond to the historic order to break security protections on a phone belonging to one of...
Smartwatches have outsold Swiss watches

Smartwatches have outsold Swiss watches

For the first time in history, Smartwatches have outsold Swiss watch sales, according to Strategy Analytics. A new report from the research firm estimates...
Skype to Aadhaar

Microsoft is working to link Skype to Aadhaar

According to a report from Indian Express, Microsoft is currently working with the Indian government to link Skype with the national ID database Aadhaar...
Twitter Video Messages

Twitter is introducing the ability to record and send video messages

Complimenting today’s big GIF button update for Twitter, the social network continues to add new features in hopes of bringing the service up to...
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New Updated Outlook.com

After being available to a limited number of users in a preview mode for the past several months, Microsoft is now rolling out the...
Twitter-GIF-search

Twitter native GIF search powered by Giphy and Riffsy

Native GIF search is now part of messaging apps from Tinder to Facebook Messenger, and starting today you can see it on Twitter as...
DOD certified surface book and tablets

Surface Book and tablets now certified by U.S. Department of Defense

Microsoft's Surface devices now can be used by members of the U.S. military. The country's Department of Defense has certified the use of Microsoft's...
VAIO, Toshiba, and Fujitsu to unite for PC

VAIO, Toshiba, and Fujitsu to unite for PC

A new Japanese PC giant could be about to emerge. Bloomberg News reports that VAIO, the spin off from Sony's PC brand, is nearing...

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