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Microsoft Entices Gmail Users To Join Outlook.com Through New Tool

12/11/2013, Microsoft and Google both run two of the most widely used email services, Outlook.com and Gmail. It obviously won’t come as a surprise to see one try to poach users from the other. Redmond has developed a new tool to entice existing Gmail users to...

Google Sheets Offline Editing Is Finally Possible

12/11/2013, If you are a devout user of the Google Drive productivity suite, you might have found yourself wondering why it is not possible to edit Google Sheets without an internet connection. For those who do not know, Google Sheets is the spreadsheet app in the...

Redesigned Facebook News Feed Might Not Be Released For Everyone

12/11/2013, Back in March Facebook summoned media outfits to its offices to show off its redesigned News Feed, which is without a doubt one of the most critical elements of the world’s largest social network. Much of the user’s time is spent on the News...

The Pirate Bay Moves Domain To A Volcanic Island After .SX Seizure

12/11/2013, It’s been quite the year for The Pirate Bay as the site’s organizers have fought to keep the site up and running, although apparently the site recently had its domain name seized. Fortunately for those who enjoy The Pirate Bay’s torrenting services,...

Microsoft Accounts Receive New Security Features

12/09/2013, After finally adding two factor authentication to Microsoft accounts back in April, the company today announced that over the next couple of days it is going to add additional security features to accounts that are designed to give users more control and...

Google Testing +Post Google+ Content Ads With Select Brands

12/09/2013, The Google Display Network houses some 2 million websites of all kinds, thus it offers advertisers a broad reach and more bang for their buck. The company says that it has seen growing interest from advertisers in ad formats that are designed around...

Facebook News Feed Changes Put Focus On Content Source’s Quality

12/08/2013, Facebook recently announced some changes to its News Feed, it says that these changes are being made to show more relevant content to users in their News Feed. The company said that it would analyze a wide variety of factors to determine which content to...

Facebook Is Open To The Idea Of A “Sympathize” Button

12/06/2013, So we heard that Facebook was looking to introduce an Unfollow option to its social network soon which sounds like a great way of unfriending someone without offending them. While we’re on the subject of new features for Facebook, we know that many...

Download Gmail And Google Calendar User Data Starting Today

12/05/2013, Google has announced today that it is now allowing people to download a copy of their user data on Gmail and Google Calendar. They will have the luxury to download all of the data, or choose to download specific filters, calendars and labels. Users will...

Top Yahoo Searches In 2013 Revealed

12/03/2013, December is here and 2013 is slowly coming to an end. A lot of advancements in the technology sector were made this year and a lot of amazing products were released as well. Search habits changed as well, as 2013 was full of different events, trends and...

Journey Through Middle-Earth Is Another Chrome Experiment

12/03/2013, Google has certainly done its bit when it comes to Chrome experiments in the past, and one of their most recent attempts would come in the form of Journey through Middle-earth. In order to know more about this, just check out the video above. Of course,...

PayPal Now Offering Digital Gift Cards For Purchase

12/03/2013, PayPal announced just last week they would start to accept prepaid gift cards for the purpose of making online purchases through its service. It looks like the gift card love isn’t stopping there as the company has announced they will begin allowing...

Facebook Wants To Make Your News Feed More Relevant

12/02/2013, Facebook’s News Feed, depending on the user, can get pretty cluttered at times, and sometimes it’s cluttered in a messy sort of way where you are getting updates from all sorts of pages you’re following. Well Facebook is hoping to change that and...