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Google Search Personalized Results Flipped On

08/14/2013, Google regularly keeps updating Search, which is one of its most widely used services. Since last year the company had been running a field trial of Gmail integration in Search, which would result in personalized search results being shown to users....

Twitter Testing New “TV Trending” Box For Timelines

08/14/2013, Twitter is the undisputed king for real-time interactions, so it seems. It has become a source for breaking news, which sometimes hits Twitter even before being picked up by conventional news outlets. This is not just limited to news, for example, a...

Google Taking Heat Over Gmail Privacy Policy Statement

08/13/2013, Since not many of us own private email servers sitting in our basements, we tend to turn to alternatives from providers such as Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, and etc., and while we don’t really think too much about it, technically these companies could...

Facebook Allegedly Testing An Exclusive App For Celebrities

08/13/2013, Facebook has over 1 billion users from around the world, the social network is also used by high profile celebrities to update their fans about their work and what not. Recently Facebook started testing verified Pages with a small number of celebrities,...

PirateBrowser Released By The Pirate Bay As Censor-Free Browser

08/12/2013, Privacy and censorship are two very big concerns to most people when it comes to browsing the Internet. Not only do we want to keep our personal information from being released to anyone and everyone, but we also expect ISPs as well as web browsers to...

YouTube Easter Egg Allows You To Play Missile Command

08/09/2013, Google is known to add a number of easter eggs throughout a number of its properties, especially to its YouTube website. In the past, we’ve seen YouTube get in on the Harlem Shake craze as well as adopt Unix as its OS of choice. Another easter egg...

Facebook Trending Topics Currently Being Tested On A Small Scale

08/07/2013, If someone says “trending topics,” you’ll most likely think about Twitter. The micro-blogging network is the go-to destination to find out what the world is saying about a particular topic. Twitter made hashtags popular as well, and...

Google Search Gets Updated To Show In-Depth Articles

08/07/2013, The quick answer listings in Google Search save a lot of time. They pull up the best possible answer to a query and display it on top of all search results, the answers are almost always spot on. What if you’re looking for more detail on a specific...

Firefox Gets An Integrated Share Button

08/06/2013, Firefox 23 was launched today, Mozilla has added a new feature that caters to the social aspect of browsing the internet. Recently Mozilla had announced Firefox social integration partners which included Facebook, Cliqz, Mixi and msnNow. They’ve now...

YouTube Adds “Play” Icon To Web Browser Tabs

08/05/2013, Don’t you find it absolutely annoying when you have a lot of tabs open in the browser and suddenly there’s audio blaring out of your speakers? In that scenario, it is always a headache to figure out which tab is the source of the audio,...

Feedly Announces Feedly Pro Subscription For $5 A Month

08/05/2013, Earlier this year Google announced that they would be shutting down Google Reader, the company’s RSS reader. With it having been around for years and with many people using it, naturally a lot of people were upset and it also prompted many alternative...

Yahoo Acquires Rockmelt, To Kill All Its Apps In One Month

08/04/2013, At some point you might have heard about Yahoo’s shopping spree. It has picked up quite a lot of services recently, the biggest being Tumblr, for $1.1 billion. Rockmelt, which is a self titled “social” web browser, has now been acquired...

H&M U.S. Online Store Launched

08/01/2013, Swedish retailer H&M, which so happens to be the second largest clothing retailer in the world, today launched its online store for the U.S. It has more than 300 brick and mortar retail stores in the U.S., the retailer has offered the facility of...