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Google Launches Blink And Ends WebKit Affiliation With Apple

04/03/2013, Google announced today that it is ending its affiliation with Apple over WebKit, which is an open source project that both Google and its arch nemesis have jointly collaborated upon for quite some time. While praising it for its flexibility, performance...

Google+ Now Supports Full Resolution Photo Uploads

04/03/2013, Google has been working quite hard on Google+, though it has not yet been able to reach the level Facebook or even Twitter has, their social platform does have a considerable user base. It is quite evident that the company wants it to play a pivotal role...

Vadering Meme Features Darth Vader’s Force Choke

04/03/2013, It seems the Internet has been going nuts lately over Japanese school girls performing fake Dragon Ball energy attacks that has one person performing an attack on one or a group of other young girls. The meme traveled around the Internet like wildfire as...

Microsoft Refreshes Outlook.com Calendar With New Look And Features

04/02/2013, Microsoft has said a number of times before that it has a calendar upgrade for Outlook.com in the works. Today we’re finally seeing the Redmond based company reveal what exactly does this calendar update entail. Starting this week, the company will...

Feedly Updates Mobile Apps, Adds New Features And Better Search

04/01/2013, As soon as news broke out of Google Reader being shut down, the search began for viable alternatives. Feedly stood out among the rest, amassing over 500,000 new users in a matter of days. They’ve really been stepping up their game. Today Feedly...

The Pirate Bay Becomes #1 File-Sharing Website

04/01/2013, The Pirate Bay moving its servers to the U.S. to become “The Freedom Bay” is obviously the popular torrent-tracking website’s April Fools’ Day joke, but its popularity over the years has been slowly rising with it reaching the top...

YouTube Co-Founder Announces MixBit Collaborative Video Platform

04/01/2013, One of YouTube’s co-founders teased he was close to launching a new video service, but was about a month away from its actual launch. What better day to launch an actual product, or in this place a video platform, than on the day where the Internet...

Russian Government Begins To Selectively Censor Their Internet

04/01/2013, We’ve heard of countries such as China who are heavily censoring the internet, and it seems that Russia has joined in as well. According to a report by The New York Times, the Russian government has recently begun enforcing a new law which was...