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WhatsApp Web for iPhone
AppsInternetSmartphonesTechnology

The desktop browser-based interface of the popular messaging app, Whatsapp Web for iPhone users is finally available. Earlier this year WhatsApp Web was launched and at the launch the service only worked on Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone. Earlier, the only desktop browser that the service supported was Google Chrome,

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ad blocking software
InternetTechnology

Ad blocking software has become one of the major problems in the online publishing and advertising industries. The use of software tools that detect ads on the website and then block them from users’ view are becoming popular as users don’t like their data being collected. Also, if there are

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next hacker
ComputersInternetTechnology

August 18, 2015, Miami — Next Hacker IPPS LDT, a renowned planner and host of international programming competitions, proudly announces the 2016 International Programming Player Competition (IPPC). Scheduled for February 26 & 27, 2016 in Berlin, Germany, the 2016 IPPC promises an exciting two days of intriguing events and programming

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Google Hangouts
InternetTechnology

Google seems to be putting a lot of effort in research and development. Today they made two huge announcements in the world of tech. First being the name of the latest Android OS – Android Marshmallow (Of course! We guessed it right!). The second announcement may excite you if you

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Firefox new Private Browsing feature
InternetTechnology

Mozilla is in the early stages of experimenting with a Firefox new Private Browsing feature that would provide improved browsing privacy by blocking analytic companies and ad networks from tracking users’ surfing behaviors across websites. The private browsing option available on all the popular browsers usually focuses on what is

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Apple live TV streaming service launch postponed
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Apple live TV streaming service launch postponed as negotiations with TV networks like Twenty-First Century Fox, NBC, CBS and ABC to license programming are not making any progress, according to a report from Bloomberg. Apple live TV streaming service launch postponed, what can be the main reason for that? The

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Niantic Labs is no longer a Google company
InternetTechnology

The development studio behind Ingress, Niantic Labs is no longer a Google company. The separation of Google’s internal start-up was announced on Google+ and comes after the search giant created Alphabet, a new parent holding company. Niantic Labs is no longer a Google company and its official statement reads: “Niantic

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Twitter Periscope video app
InternetSocialTechnology

The Twitter Periscope video app is a complete success; in just a span of four months the app has crossed more than 10 million registered users. According to the company, nearly more than two million users are active on its video streaming service daily. The Periscope was acquired earlier this

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Dropbox adds U2F support
InternetTechnology

To enhance the security of the users’ accounts, most major cloud services have adopted two-step authentication (or validation) process for logins. The second step is usually entering a second code received on users’ smartphones. But now, Dropbox adds U2F support as a new means of second step authentication factor to

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Russia banned Reddit officially
InternetSocialTechnology

Reddit is the front page of the internet where people share almost everything, including entertainment news, technology, funny pictures, GIF’s and lot more. Russia banned Reddit officially after regulators found that an individual thread was educating people to grow “magic mushrooms.” Russia banned Reddit officially because of a single thread

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