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Google Now Doesn’t Drain iOS Battery, Google Claims

05/02/2013, Yesterday we reported that it was possible that Google Now might be draining the battery of your iOS device. Google Now for iOS was only released late last month for both iPhone and iPad, though its not available as a standalone app, rather it has been...

Google Keep Chrome App Released, Comes With Offline Support

05/02/2013, Google’s new note taking service, Google Keep, was announced back in March. Keep stores notes, which may also include photos and checklists, in Google Drive from where they are synced to all devices associated with that particular account. While...

Bug’s Eye View Camera

05/01/2013, When it comes to the eyes of a bug, bird and human, they all share one common feature, that is, the shape of being round. Just about any ocular organ that can be found in nature would feature a certain degree of curvature, leading one to ask, how come...

Stop Google Now From Draining Your iOS Device Battery

05/01/2013, The promotional video of Google Now for iOS allegedly leaked online back in March and it was quickly taken down. The video offered some assurance that Google will soon be releasing this app for iOS and indeed it did. Only a couple of days back, Google Now...

Google I/O 2013 Schedule Finally Revealed

05/01/2013, The Google I/O 2013 schedule has finally been revealed. The company is shaking things up a little bit this year. Unlike in the past, when it made separate product announcements in separate keynotes, the company will be conducting a 3 hour keynote session...

Netflix Streamling Library Bids Farewell To Over 1700 Titles

05/01/2013, This month, the Netflix Streaming Library is shaving off some serious weight. Over 1700 titles are going to expire this month, meaning that they will no longer be available for streaming. One of the reasons for this is that Netflix’s many deals with...

CenturyLink To Provide Gigabit Internet In Omaha

05/01/2013, There’s no doubt that gigabit internet is definitely the future, and the FCC Chairman certainly likes it, as he wants to see gigabit internet in all 50 U.S. states by 2015. Google has been working extensively in this arena, it is currently in the...

Copytele Files Patent Suit Against Skype

05/01/2013, Ever heard of a company known as Copytele before? Well, you might read more about them in the limelight from now on, as they being a company that specializes in patent monetization and patent assertion, has just announced that their wholly owned...

IBM Movie Shows Off Atomic Scale Claymation

04/30/2013, We have seen how IBM had come up with a new kind of storage device which is so small, we are not dealing in millimeters, but rather, at just the size of 12 atoms. A dozen atoms, that is all there is to it, and yet the folks over at IBM were able to store...

Vine App Update Lets You Record Through Front Facing Camera

04/30/2013, A few months ago Twitter released an app for iOS called Vine, which can be used to capture and share six second videos. Soon after its release, Vine was adopted by a lot of new users who seemed to like the idea of sharing these short video clips. While...

Paytouch Lets You Shop Without Your Wallet

04/30/2013, When the going gets tough financially, many of us fall back on our three good friends, American Express, Visa and Mastercard. Of course, that is not the most prudent way of walking forward, but hey, we got to do what we’ve got to do to stay alive, no?...

Yahoo Android App Update Brings Summly Integration

04/30/2013, Recently Yahoo acquired a mobile news app called Summly, which was developed by a teenager from UK called Nick D’Aloisio, for $30 million. Nick developed Summly when he was 15 years old and now he is one of the youngest self made millionaires in the...

Samsung And Intel Throw Money In Expect Labs’ Way

04/30/2013, It has been reported that both Intel and Samsung are going to invest in a speech analysis company that is known as Expect Labs, in addition to Telefónica Digital, where Expect Labs’ technology is used to analyze and understand conversations in...