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Google rolls out Contributor, a subscription service to remove ads from sites

Google Inc. announced an initiative Thursday that offers ad-free web browsing to users interested in paying a monthly subscription fee. The crowdfunding ... Read more

Amazon pledges to long-term renewable energy on its cloud platform

Amazon has pledged to achieve 100 percent renewable energy usage vowing to run its data centers completely on renewable energy, after being criticised ... Read more

Marketers of sugary drinks still aggressively target U.S. children, report finds

Even though Beverage companies like Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have pledged to advertise less to children, they still continued to remain a key target for ... Read more

Chinese app developers can now offer paid Android apps via Google Play store

Google Inc. has announced merchant support for Chinese developers, meaning they can now offer free or paid apps for Android users in over 130 countries ... Read more

WhatsApp messaging app adds end-to-end encryption between Android devices

WhatsApp, the Facebook owned massively popular messaging app is now encrypting text messages by Android users, boosting efforts by technology companies ... Read more

Parrot’s HD-Video Bebop Drone Launches For $499

French drone company Parrot on Tuesday unveiled its latest flying machine, the Bebop drone. Named Bebop for its ability to dance in the air, the drone ... Read more

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    TRUSTe, the provider of privacy certifications for online businesses skipped follow-up audits of some companies that had received its seal and allowed it to be falsely portrayed as a nonprofit corporation, even after it became a for-profit business in 2008, the Federal Trade Commission alleged in a settlement announced Monday. The San Francisco-based TRUSTe firm [...]

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  • LinkedIn Chocolates

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    Facebook is reportedly working on another version of its social networking site that would cater to workplace environments. While LinkedIn connects businessmen, enterprises, entrepreneurs and companies, Facebook wants to become the platform that would allow users to keep their personal profile separate from their professional account. The professional version of the website called ’Facebook at Work’ [...]

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  • Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Sedan

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    With Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles being the new alternative fuel vehicle, Toyota Motor Corp. offered more details about its long-awaited fuel-cell powered sedan named “Mirai,” meaning “future” in Japanese. The Japanese automaker made the announcement on the eve of the Los Angeles auto show. The eco-friendly car can travel 300 miles (483 kilometers) deriving energy from [...]

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  • Facebook Privacy Basics

    Facebook updates its privacy policies to make it easier to understand

    Facebook updated its privacy policies on Thursday, making it easier for the 1.3 billion users of the social network to take control of their own privacy. The social network launched a page called Privacy Basics, which tells users how to manage settings to make sure they have the level of privacy they want for their Facebook [...]

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  • The Blackberry BES Platform

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    BlackBerry Ltd announced partnerships with Samsung Electronics Co. to provide a new level of security on Android devices, broadening the reach of its new mobile-device management and security platform. Early in 2015, Samsung will integrate BlackBerry’s BES12 end-to-end encryption service, into its own Knox security software that will add an extra layer of security to [...]

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  • Marissa Mayer

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    On Tuesday, Yahoo announced it has acquired digital video ad firm BrightRoll for $640 million to bolster its ability to sell video ads in real-time to marketers. Video ad tech company BrightRoll hosts videos for publishers and along with algorithms, helps them select which ads to run against them. BrightRoll also helps advertisers find the [...]

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    Google has decided to invest in Moffett Federal Airfield which is owned by NASA. The company’s subsidiary Planetary Ventures LLC signed a second long-term lease with National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for expanding research concerning space exploration and robotics. The company already uses Moffett airfield for its top executive’s private jets. The field is [...]

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  • McAfee presents the 12 Scam of Christmas

    McAfee Announces Its Annual “12 Scams Of The Holidays” List To Warn Consumers Of Cybersecurity Threats This Holiday Season

    Security software firm McAfee announced its annual “12 Scams of the Holidays” list to bring awareness among the public on the most popular ways cyber scrooges scam consumers during the holiday season as they surf their digital devices. This holiday season, sales are expected to rise to around $616.9 billion, while e-commerce sales are predicted to [...]

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  • Netherlands solar road, converts sunlight into electricity and is the world's first solar-panelled bike path

    Netherlands Opens World’s First Solar-Powered Bike Path For Public Use

    The world’s first road that converts sunlight into electricity is set to open in the Netherlands on Nov. 12. The solar-panelled bike path aptly called SolaRoad will stretch about 70-meters or 230 feet long (less than one mile) to connect two suburbs in Amsterdam, Krommenie and Wormerveer. The path will become the first in the [...]

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  • Microsoft Lumia 535

    Microsoft releases first Lumia smartphone without Nokia name

    Microsoft has finally bid goodbye to Nokia branding for its Windows Phones. The first handset to drop the Nokia label is the new Microsoft Lumia 535, an entry-level device with everything one might expect from a modern day smartphone. In April, Microsoft acquired Nokia’s phone business for $7.2 billion in a deal that permitted the division to [...]

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    Cockroach ‘Biobots’ To Help Find Survivors By Sound During Rescue Operations

    Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed technology that allows cyborg cockroaches, or biobots to capture sound through tiny microphones and discover the source of the sound. The technology is designed to assist emergency personnel in rescue efforts in cases of natural disasters and emergencies. “In a collapsed building, sound is the best way [...]

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    Elon Musk planning internet satellites to bring affordable internet to the world

    Following in the footsteps of Facebook and Google, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is apparently looking to launch hundreds of small satellites to orbit Earth in order to deliver Internet access to even the remote corners of the world. Supposedly, Musk is collaborating with Greg Wyler, who led Google’s satellite division and now runs WorldVu Satellites in order to launch a [...]

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