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Google Wants More Mobile-Friendly Websites

03/17/2016, Given how many of us have access to smartphones, it isn’t surprising that many of us also spend a lot of time surfing websites on our smartphones and tablets. Unfortunately websites designed for the desktop don’t necessarily play well with smaller...

Encrypted Email Service ProtonMail Now Open To All

03/17/2016, There has been a greater push to adopt encryption following the disclosures by Edward Snowden. He blew the whistle on the government’s electronic spying programs and now most users are trying to shift to services that they believe have a better...

Google Adds Metronome Card To Search

03/16/2016, Want to find out the answer to a calculation but you’re too lazy to type it yourself? You can just paste in the formula and Google will be able to spit the answer back out to you. Want to know the weather? Just put it into Google and you will get the...

Smart Reply Now Available On Inbox By Gmail On The Web

03/15/2016, Inbox by Gmail is a new email management app by Google that’s not being billed as a replacement for Gmail just yet, however, it’s a platform where Google gets to try out some new features for email management, and Inbox is already being used...

Yahoo Games Bites The Dust In May

03/15/2016, Just like many of us have spent countless hours chatting with random folks via Yahoo Messenger, many of us have also spent countless hours playing online titles on Yahoo Games. At one point it was the biggest online destination for casual online gaming...

Skype For Web Can Now Dial Mobile Phones And Landlines

03/14/2016, The browser-based version of Microsoft’s popular cross-platform communication service Skype has received a new update today which adds several features. The new features for Skype for Web bring the browser version closer to Skype apps available for...

Some Adblock Plus Users Run Into Problems On YouTube

03/14/2016, Ad blocking software like Adblock Plus can be handy if you’re hoping to skip all the advertisements you see on YouTube. However it seems that recently there have been reports of Adblock Plus users who are claiming that when using the browser extension,...

Wikipedia Looking To Develop Their Own Speech Engine

03/11/2016, If you have no problems using your hands and your eyes, surfing websites is a breeze and you’ll be able to read and navigate it easily. However there are people out there living with disabilities that makes it hard to navigate websites, which is why...

Opera Now Comes With Native Ad Blocking Features

03/10/2016, When it comes to ad blocking, it used to be that users had to download a third-party app or a browser extension. However these days we are starting to see companies such as Mozilla, Samsung, and even ASUS offer up native ad blocking capabilities. Now for...

Google Docs Gets Outline Tool

03/09/2016, Google Docs has received a new feature today on the web and on the Android app. The outline tool is displayed in a pane to the left of the page and it features headers for every section of the document. This enables users to jump quickly from section to...

Amazon Japan Is Now Shipping Games Internationally

03/09/2016, Over in Japan, there are a ton of game studios and publishers, many of whom have gone on to create some pretty amazing titles that we have come to know and love today. Unfortunately sometimes some of these titles do not get localized for international...

Amsterdam Judge Orders Google To Hand Over Details Of Fake Reviewers

03/08/2016, Reviews are great because a good review will do wonders for a company and their product. A bad review on the other hand will tarnish the reputation of a company, and while sometimes a bad review is legitimate, more often than not we are seeing bad reviews...

Amazon Debuts Its First Live TV Show

03/08/2016, Amazon’s first live TV show has debuted today on its online video streaming service. The show is called Style Code Live and it will be available to stream for free on Amazon whether or not you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber. For now, the show...