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Mozilla Announces Facebook Messenger For Firefox

12/03/2012, Mozilla is finally making it official. Without an word from Mozilla about the beta version of its Firefox Facebook integration feature which we covered last week, the company is now announcing that Facebook Messenger For Firefox is officially available...

BitTorrent Going Legal Next Year, Says Exec

11/30/2012, BitTorrent, the company responsible for developing the innovative technology that delivers gargantuan files across the Internet, is heading into a new direction. BitTorrent Executive Director for Marketing, Matt Mason, says that the company is planning to...

Facebook Launches Photo Sync Feature For iOS & Android

11/30/2012, Facebook has been experimenting with photo synchronization for a couple of months now, and it looks like the finished product is finally here. Today, the social networking giant is announcing its new photo sync feature. The said feature, according to...

Google Search Now Displays Key Facts To Medications

11/30/2012, More and more people are now turning to Google to search for the latest medications for countless diseases and health problems. Google knows it, that is why it is now improving its search results page by adding key facts to medications. Beginning today...

Microsoft Launches Compelling Internet Explorer Advert

11/29/2012, Microsoft wants to turn the tables around in favor of its very own Internet Explorer browser. Criticisms thrown at the IE browser aren’t new. In fact, the norm that Internet Explorer sucks has been passed down from generations. It was not an easy...

Google Developing Technology That Can Pre-Guess Searches [Rumor]

11/29/2012, Have you ever wondered what the future of Google’s search engine will be like? If you’re thinking about the ability to pre-guess searches, then you could be right. Tom Simonite of Technology Review says that Google is trying to enhance its...

YouTube Auto-Captions Now Supports 6 European Languages

11/28/2012, YouTube users, especially our beloved readers in France, will be thrilled to find out that Google’s video streaming service is now supporting six European Languages. The news follows after Google updated the service to support Japanese, Spanish, and...

Microsoft Launches “Scroogled” Campaign

11/28/2012, Microsoft is calling out its search competitor Google, particularly Google Shopping, formerly called Google Product Search. The Redmond-based technology titan has just launched Scroogled – what seems to be a portmanteau of Google and screwed....

Facebook Gifts now offering digital iTunes gift cards

11/27/2012, It’s safe to assume that many of us spend hours a day on Facebook – whether it be chatting, uploading photos or checking our news feed for news and updates, there’s certainly a lot of things that can be done, and soon it seems you won’t need to...

Google+ gets integrated into the Google Play store

11/27/2012, We’re sure that many developers get frustrated at times thanks to the internet trolls who sometimes leave fake reviews, making negative claims about an app even though they are false. This is partly thanks to the fact that we get to hide behind our...

Firefox Facebook Integration Launched

11/26/2012, You may or may not like this, but Facebook users can now chat directly on Firefox without having to open the Facebook page. Messenger for Firefox is a new feature on the popular browser that will keep you connected with your friends wherever you are on...

Facebook Privacy Message Is Pointless. Stop Posting

11/26/2012, I’ve noticed the privacy message over the week-end, but I didn’t think much about it until it started to show up in more and more feeds. Basically, the idea was that by posting a simple message prohibiting the use of your information, you...