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Dropbox Notes Wants To Take Google Docs On

04/27/2015, Earlier this month we reported that Dropbox was testing some kind of online service called Project Composer. More details of that service has since emerged and it has been officially unveiled as Dropbox Notes. However at the moment the service is still in...

Google Desktop Search Lets You Set Alarms And Make Notes

04/26/2015, Swapping between the desktop and your mobile device should be a seamless transition which is why modern browsers these days allows the syncing of data between the desktop and mobile versions of its software. Now you might recall last week how Google let...

Facebook & Google Launch Tools For Nepal’s Earthquake Relief

04/26/2015, Earlier we had reported that Apple had launched a donations feature through its iTunes Store in which users could choose to donate varying sums of money to the American Red Cross, and where 100% of the donations would go towards the Nepal earthquake...

Google To Improve Spam Detection After Google Maps Prank

04/24/2015, Earlier today we reported that it was spotted on Google Maps the Android mascot taking a leak on the Apple logo. It is unclear how it got there and it is speculated that it might be a user upload by the name of “nitricboy”, at least according to his...

BitTorrent Reportedly Sacked 40 Employees In The US

04/24/2015, BitTorrent has reportedly sacked few of its employees in the US. It has been revealed by the Buzzfeed along with many anonymous sources that the company has dismissed around 40 employees out of total workforce of 150.

KickassTorrents Has Its Domain Name Seized

04/24/2015, Ever since The Pirate Bay had its servers raided, users who downloaded torrents had to seek alternative websites for their torrenting needs, and one of the more popular options available was KickassTorrents (KAT). The website enjoyed a surge in popularity...

German Court Rules That Using Ad-Blocking Software Is Legal

04/22/2015, It has been asked many times in the past if using ad-blocking software such as AdBlock is constituted as stealing. After all you’re basically preventing ads from being displayed, which in the case of most websites acts as their main source of revenue....

70% Of Facebook’s Ad Revenue Comes From Mobile

04/22/2015, Facebook can be accessed either at your computer through its website, or on your phone where users can access it either via the official Facebook app or through its mobile website, with the former offering up a more optimized experience. However despite...

Twitter Announces New Steps To Curb Abuse

04/21/2015, Online abuse is a big problem that social networks in particular find hard to deal with. They have to come up with new policy and product changes to ensure that their users can interact with others without the fear of being harassed or abused online....

Google’s Street View Now Lets You Explore Loch Ness

04/20/2015, Google Street View is a handy tool if you’re trying to look for a specific place and want some details that the map just won’t show you, and in some instances it allows users to “travel” the world by exploring the streets of cities that they...

YouTube Will No Longer Support Older Devices

04/20/2015, YouTube has published a post, which states the changes that are being made to its app interface. The post talks about YouTube’s future app support for certain devices, and unfortunately it also enlists many “older” devices that won’t be receiving...

HBO Cracking Down On HBO Now Subscribers Based Outside The U.S.

04/20/2015, It seems like HBO doesn’t want people based outside of the United States to access its HBO Now internet TV streaming service, regardless of the fact that they’re paying $15 per month just as U.S. subscribers do. One can in theory use a number...