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Google News U.S. Edition gets new updates, adds a social perspective

05/04/2012, If you love Google News, you will be happy to know that new updates to Google News U.S. Edition will be coming. The said update will include larger images on the main page, a real-time coverage page that will show the latest articles and commentaries, and...

Be a polyglot with Google’s Language Immersion for Chrome

05/03/2012, Learning Spanish, French, and German is now easier thanks to Google’s latest experiment. Now you can speak like a polyglot with the Language Immersion for Chrome. What is it? It’s Google’s takeoff on automatic translation technology....

Facebook IPO: Price Range Set Between $28 and $35 Per Share

05/03/2012, According to an article by Evelyn M. Rusli on the Dealbook / New York Times, Facebook sets the share price for its IPO at between $28 and $35 per share, a pricing that could value the company at around $86 billion at the midpoint of the range, while...

First Drive-By Malware Sites Discovered for Android

05/03/2012, Now that browsing the internet via a mobile device has become a norm, malware has also followed in that path. Lookout Mobile Security discovered some websites that have been designed in such a way that they only attack and infect Android devices on which...

The Pirate Bay encourages its UK users to fight the ban

05/03/2012, A couple of days ago, the UK courts had ordered local internet service providers to block off access to the infamous torrent website, The Pirate Bay. Safe to say the folks at The Pirate Bay weren’t too thrilled by this move and they don’t look like...

Twitter reportedly considered purchasing Camera+

05/03/2012, When Facebook bought Instagram, many were curious as to how Facebook’s social media rival, Twitter would respond. The company made a statement saying that they had no interest in purchasing a service or a tool similar to Instagram, going as far as...

Harvard and MIT announces edX, a series of free online courses

05/03/2012, Have you always wished that you could have gone to top tier universities such as Harvard or MIT? Well thanks to Harvard and MIT’s newly announcement partnership, you will now be able to get a taste of the sort of classes and courses that students at...

Yahoo scientists heading to new Microsoft research lab in New York

05/02/2012, Redmond-based Microsoft will be opening a new research lab in New York City. To work on the new lab are a solid, well-experienced group of scientists who have been formerly working for Yahoo. Apparently, the team of scientists, all of 15 of them, was...

Cloud services for Windows 8 gets “re-imagined”

05/02/2012, Microsoft has already announced the roaming capabilities of Windows 8 and SkyDrive – just two aspects of many features that we can expect once Windows 8 arrives. Chris Jones, the vice president of the development and operations of services and apps...

Firefox goes to war against design fragmentation

05/02/2012,   In line with Mozilla’s Kilimanjaro’s initiative, Mozilla is waging war against design fragmentation by releasing a few samples of its new design ideas to be used very soon on desktop computers, B2G, Android and Metro. It appears that...

Ice Cream Sandwich Now on 5% of Android Devices

05/02/2012, After Ice Cream Sandwich’s release alongside the Samsung Galaxy Nexus last December it received many plaudits and people who are yet to receive it are waiting very impatiently for the all-important update notification.