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Users now can generate lists with Google Maps all new add-ons

Considered as one of the chief acknowledgement by Google, Google Map’s brings exciting new list of features for users that let them spot out the places they love and the places they want to [....]

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Yahoo Mail to get Photo Upload and Caller ID features

Yahoo! recently announced the introduction of two new features to its email service Yahoo Mail - Photo Upload and Caller ID. VP of Product Management, Michael Albers, made the announcement in a blog [....]

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Virtual Reality to be available in the Google Chrome platform

Google has announced that it is releasing virtual reality to the Internet through WebVR. Although using VR requires the user to insert his device into a headset to experience the technology’s i [....]

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Microsoft to disable older Skype versions for Windows, Mac

Microsoft is disabling Skype for users running older Windows desktop (7.16 and below) and Mac (7.0 to 7.18) versions. Users on the older versions will no longer be able to log in to Skype beginning Ma [....]

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Gmail cuts -off its support for XP and Vista

The tech giant ‘Google’ recently made a quite  announcement stating that Gmail will stop supporting older versions of its Chrome browser soon, in a move that will put another nai [....]

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Google gets its new chrome on iOS as an open source

In past, the code for Chrome for iOS was separated from the rest of the Chromium projects due to the extra complexity required for the platform. With careful research, now all the code is rejoining Ch [....]

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Google released ‘Android Nougat 7.1.2’ public beta update

The tech giant ‘Google’ recently released the public beta of the Android 7.1.2 Nougat update, which is the next maintenance release for Android Nougat. Well, not only this the company is a [....]

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Google engaged in making Chromebooks constructive for schools

The tech giant ‘Google’ recently made a number of major announcements  about its Chromebook program at the ‘Bett’ education technology conference in London. [....]

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Microsoft turns latest Windows version most powerful

Microsoft has fortified the latest version of Windows to make it more secure than previous editions, but the strongest protections will be available only to those willing to pay a steep price for them [....]

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Google to acquire Twitter app platform Fabric

In a recent buzz it’s been reported that the tech giant Google is all set to acquire Twitter's mobile application developer platform ‘Fabric’. It is said that this move could give so [....]

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