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Facebook has introduced Donate Now button
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Facebook has introduced Donate Now button, a new call to action button for non-profit organizations. This new option will join the earlier available options like Book Now, Contact Us, Learn More and Shop Now. This is not for the first time that Facebook has introduced Donate Now button: In late

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Russia bans Wikipedia
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Since 2012, Russia has passed legislation, which bans websites containing drug-related or militant material or child pornography. Earlier, Reddit was banned over a single thread about psychedelic mushrooms and now Russia bans Wikipedia for containing information on a type of cannabis. Russia’s Roscomnadzor agency is the one, which ordered Internet

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Intel to invest millions in Mirantis
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Intel chips power most servers in the world and the company has long worked with software developers to make products that could boost the sales of its own technology. Earlier this year, the chip-maker pledged to make a series of investments under an initiative called “Cloud for All.” Now, Intel

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Mozilla is adding chrome extensions to Firefox
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Mozilla is making some security changes in the Firefox, which hopefully will enhance user experience. Now, Mozilla is adding chrome extensions to Firefox, in simple words it will make the functionality of the web browser somewhat like Google’s Chrome. The latest WebExtensions API is Blink-compatible, which means that developers can

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Nintendo returns to the movie business
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In the year 1993, Nintendo fans were given a rare gift by their favorite company with a movie named Super Mario Bros. But sadly, the movie didn’t do well and the company lost millions of dollars. The Japanese company has not done any other movie in over 20 years. What

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Google desktop search results will include tweets
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After four years, once again Google desktop search results will include tweets; it is an expansion of the deal between the two internet giants that began surfacing Twitter content on mobile devices a few months ago. This is not for the first time that Google and Twitter teamed up and

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Google To Remove Right To Be Forgotten Stories
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The UK government orders Google to remove Right to be forgotten stories from its search results. Last year, the European Union created a mechanism for its citizens and with its help they can ask the search giant to remove certain results from search results for their names and Google received

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Android Wear gets interactive watch faces
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Android wear gets interactive watch faces and built-in Google translate support, according to the latest update by search engine giant. Android wear gets interactive watch faces, which will make it easier for you to perform tasks such as opening an app, checking your calendar and lot more. The watch faces

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Lightning Strikes Google Data Center In Belgium
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Lightning strikes Google Data Center in Belgium four times, which has resulted in a minor data loss. Not many, but few Google users have permanently lost access to some of their data; however, Google has still managed to access some of the damaged discs. The search giant said in an

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Verizon is not supporting Samsung Pay
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Last week, the South Korean giant made an announcement that Samsung Pay will be launched in the US on September 28th. Samsung users in the US must be very excited by this news and would be eagerly waiting for the service to launch. Verizon subscribers will not be able to

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