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BitTorrent collaborated with Onehub
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BitTorrent collaborated with Onehub, which provides online file storage and sharing for world renowned companies to add strength to their enterprise sync and share solution. BitTorrent Sync will make Onehub Sync faster and also the enterprise tool is now more effective for very large deployments. BitTorrent said “Sync is ideal

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Mozilla blocks all Flash
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Mozilla blocks all Flash by default in Firefox because recently unearthed bugs in Flash were being used actively by the hackers and cyber-thieves. Also, Alex Stamos, Facebook’s newly appointed security chief publicly called for Adobe to kill off Flash. “The bugs were detailed in a cache of documents stolen from

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Desktop to your Android Device using Google Maps
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With Google Maps’ latest update, send directions directly from your Desktop to your Android Device using Google Maps. Earlier, users only need to type send directions into the Google search textbook, but most people probably didn’t know about it. Now, if you head over to Google Maps through a desktop

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Amazon API Gateway service
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Amazon Web Services unveils Amazon API Gateway service, which will help customers to create, publish, maintain, secure and monitor API’s at any scale. It will enable customers to create an API that can act as a front door for apps to access data, functionality or business logic from their back

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Free Wifi on Mount Fuji
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Mount Fuji is one of the Japan’s most iconic landmarks and every year a lot of hikers go for trekking there. Now Hikers can upload their Selfie with Free Wifi on Mount Fuji, as the Japanese government is installing free Wifi hotspots in a hope to promote its tourism. Who

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Comcast increased internet speed
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Comcast increased internet speed for free in the Northeast in order to retain customers who not only ante up for TV and broadband, but also for home phone service. Blast! Service subscribers will notice that Comcast increased internet speed from 105 Mbps to 150 Mbps. Moreover, existing and new customers

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new Bing Maps
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Last week, Microsoft sold a part of their Bing Maps visual assets to Uber, but Microsoft has not given up on its proprietary mapping service yet. Microsoft unleashed new Bing Maps preview which focuses on travel planning tools. What are the enhancements in new Bing Maps preview? The new Bing

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Nazi Concentration Camps
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Google apologizes for approving Nazi Concentration Camps in the game Ingress. Google Owned startup, Niantic Labs developed Ingress game, which is a multiplayer augmented reality RPG unleashed for Android smartphones and Tabs. Players in the game Ingress are allowed to submit monuments and historic landmarks for the game, but only

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Yahoo testing Google search results
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Yahoo testing Google search results in hope to benefit the Yahoo’s search engine and its users. Google officials confirmed it in a response to an AFP inquiry, saying “Yahoo is currently testing search results and ads from a number of partners, including Google as one of their options.” “As we

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Skype for Business services
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In April 2015, Microsoft unleashed Skype for Business, and Skype beta features replaced its Lync services. Now, Microsoft has unleashed 3 new Skype for Business services including PSTN Conferencing, Cloud PBX with PSTN Calling and Skype Meeting Broadcast. Microsoft said in an official statement “The Office 365 Skype for Business

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