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Gmail Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary Today

04/01/2014, If Google announces something new and potentially groundbreaking on April 1st, one might instantly chalk it up as an April Fools’ prank. That’s because the company takes part in this frivolity, cooking up ingenious pranks to catch us all by...

Google April Fools’ 2014 Is All About Catching Pokémon

03/31/2014, Tomorrow is April 1st, the day when folks around the world try to prank each other. Google has been taking part in this tradition for quite a while now, and it has created some of the most talked about April Fools’ pranks on the internet. Google...

Microsoft Details Smart Features For Office 365 Outlook Web App

03/31/2014, At its Exchange Conference in Austin today, Microsoft detailed some smart new features that it is going to add to the Outlook web app for Office 365 in the near future. Corporate vice president of Office Service and Servers group, Jeff Teper, said that...

Google Claims Their DNS Has Been Intercepted In Turkey

03/30/2014, About a week ago, Turkey announced that they would be blocking Twitter. Naturally this did not sit well with many of its residents and people overseas but apparently the ban did not help. In fact it actually increased the number of tweets, not to mention...

Website Shames Drivers Who Text While Driving

03/30/2014, Texting while driving is a big no-no and we’re sure that despite most of us agreeing with that statement, there are still plenty of us who are guilty of doing so. There have been many initiatives in the past attempting to stop texting while driving, but...

‘Google Naps’ Finds You Places To Sleep

03/30/2014, Imagine its a beautiful day and you’re out exploring a new city. Suddenly you’re hit by an urge to take a nap, but you don’t want to travel all the way back to your hotel. In your home city you’ll probably know what the best places...

Amazon Denies Working On Free Video Streaming Service

03/30/2014, Amazon already has a video streaming service, but its only open to Prime subscribers, who now have to pay $99 per year for the privilege. It has been reported countless times that the company might be working on a music streaming service. While that...

Yahoo Poaching YouTube Stars, Working On Rival [Report]

03/30/2014, It has long been rumored that Yahoo is interested in taking on YouTube. Apparently the company was looking into acquiring a major chunk of Dailymotion, but the deal is said to have been blocked by the French government. Yahoo might have given up on...

Microsoft Makes Changes To Policy After Hotmail Snooping Criticism

03/30/2014, It was recently revealed in a court filing that Microsoft had accessed a blogger’s Hotmail account as part of an investigation against an employee suspected of having leaked confidential Microsoft property. The blogger received a tip from a former...

Online Gambling Could Be Hit By Congressional Ban

03/26/2014, Under the U.S. Wire Act, online gambling was considered illegal. Towards the end of 2011, a Justice Department ruling essentially neutered the online gambling provisions of the Wire Act. Since the ruling several states have legalized online gambling, New...

Finally Upload Songs To Google Play Music Through Browser

03/26/2014, Google Play Music has been able to hold its ground despite the abundance of music services. However the existing Music Manager app for desktop left a lot to be desired, such as the ability to upload songs through a web browser. A new feature has been...

Google Denies Allegations Of Gmail Snooping To Weed Out Leaker

03/26/2014, Microsoft recently admitted that it went through a blogger’s Hotmail account to collect evidence of a leak by an employee. The proof led to the arrest of Alex Kibkalo, a former Microsoft employee who leaked Windows 8 files and Microsoft Activation...