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Google May Expand Sign-In Options Beyond Google+

04/30/2014, There has been no end to speculation about Google+, the internet search giant’s beleaguered social network. It has often been compared to a ghost town, one that Google has repeatedly tried to fill with people by linking Google+ with most of its...

Firefox 29 Is About Design And Customization

04/29/2014, The new Firefox design has made it out of beta today and is now available to the general public. This is one of the most significant user-interface update in recent memory, and you can see how things have changed by browsing the photo gallery. At first...

Amazon Launches Wearable Technology Store

04/29/2014, Its no secret that the market is warming up to wearable devices. Customers already have a lot of devices to choose from, big companies and crowdfunded startups alike are after their money. In a bid to make it easier for its customers to find and purchase...

Netflix Signs Comcast-Like Deal With Verizon

04/29/2014, The online video streaming service has confirmed that it has also signed a similar deal with Verizon Communications. Back in February Netflix agreed to a “paid peering” deal with Comcast, allowing the latter’s subscribers to get better...

AOL Cyberattack Puts Millions At Risk

04/28/2014, AOL announced today that it was recently hit by a cyberattack. It is now working with federal authorities to investigate the attack. Meanwhile the company urges millions of its users to change their passwords and security questions as hackers were able to...

Adobe Releases Flash Update To Patch Remote Take Over Flaw

04/28/2014, Adobe today disclosed that when exploited, a vulnerability in its Flash platform may allow hackers to remotely take over PCs, Macs and Linux machines. An update for Flash has been released and users are strongly advised to update. A similar remote...

Hulu Blocking VPN Users To Keep Foreigners Out

04/27/2014, Its no secret that people living outside the U.S. rely on VPNs to bypass geographical restrictions placed by popular music and video streaming services. Hulu did not announce publicly that it was going to make this move, but now it has started blocking...

Google Testing New Mobile Search Redesign

04/24/2014, Unlike our computers, our mobile devices tend to be smaller, and in some cases not as powerful, and also depending on our connection, could be slower in terms of page loads and whatnot. This is why companies are always on the lookout to optimize their...

Vladimir Putin Calls The Internet A ‘CIA Project’

04/24/2014, If you follow news you’ll surely be aware that tensions between the U.S. and Russia are soaring these days. Russian President Vladimir Putin is known for taking the hardline and not masking his displeasure with the West. At a press conference...

Vic Gundotra, The Man Behind Google+, Is Leaving Google

04/24/2014, After nearly eight years at Google, Vic Gundotra is leaving the company. He announced today in a touching story posted on his Google+ page. Prior to joining Google, Gundotra worked at Microsoft for a very long time. His most notable achievement at...

Facebook Launches Newswire To Deliver Breaking News

04/24/2014, Facebook may be one of the best services on the web to keep in touch with people from around the world, but it may not be the go-to service if you want to read the latest news. Twitter is much more popular for that, it is undeniably one of the most...

AOL Will Stream Movies Online For Free

04/23/2014, AOL has signed a deal with Miramax which will allow it to stream some of its full-length films to users in the U.S. These movies will be free to watch through a new “Movies” section that will go live across the AOL On Network for video. Until...