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Google Photos labelled black people as Gorillas
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Google apologized as Google Photos labelled black people as Gorillas. The issue was reported by an African-American, Jacky Alcine on Twitter who posted a picture of him and a friend that had been labelled as Gorillas. Google Photos app was launched in May this year at the annual I/O conference,

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YouTube 60fps video streaming
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Last year in October, YouTube introduced the ability to stream video at 60fps, but it was limited to the desktop version only. Now, YouTube 60fps video streaming enabled on YouTube Android and iOS Apps Does YouTube 60fps video streaming on Android and iOS Apps requires updating of YouTube app? The

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Gmail with New Emojis
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Yesterday, Google updated Gmail with new emojis and themes. This move will enable the users to customize the look and feel of the Gmail interface even further. Now Gmail will become more personalized and fun to use. While announcing the updates for Gmail with new emojis and themes in a

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Cisco is Planning to Acquire OpenDNS
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In order to boost Cisco’s Security Everywhere Initiative, which is designed to bring security throughout the entire network; Cisco is planning to acquire OpenDNS: A cloud security company for $635 million in cash plus other considerations. Founded in 2005, OpenDNS offers cloud security services by extending the Domain Name System

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Google Updated Classroom
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Google updated Classroom with new API, Share Button and some other features. The Classroom is Google’s educational initiative introduced last year. Most prominent Classroom updates include the Classroom API and a Classroom share button. Classroom API Pepper Lebeck-Jobe, Classroom API tech lead, wrote in a blog post “By using the

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Microsoft Display Ad Business
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Microsoft Corp said yesterday that they will be shedding their business as it slims down its money losing online operations. AOL will acquire Microsoft Display Ad Business and Uber will acquire part of Microsoft Bing Mapping Assets. Related Post: Uber Unleashes An iPhone Game Called “ Uberdrive ” With Intent To

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Google Updated Apps
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Just this past week some of Google updated apps started to appear with an all new splash screens showing off the app’s icon as well as Google’s logo over a blank white page during the short loading process. This has happened in a few apps that belong to Google and

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Tumblr TV
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Tumblr is rolling out “Tumbler TV” For GIFs lovers, which will display continuous streams of GIFs that users can tune out to. “Browse over to tumblr.com/tv. Never touch your computer again, because now it’s perfect forever. We kind of made this whole thing by accident,” said Tumblr officials. How to

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Yahoo Mobile Search
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Yahoo teams up with Oracle to promote Yahoo search alongside future updates to Oracle’s Java technology which runs on most PCs and also improved Yahoo Mobile Search. Oracle has long gained from Java by stuffing software into the update installation process, including virus scanners from McAfee and the Ask.com toolbar.

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Google free wifi
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Sidewalk Labs was launched by Google earlier this month to tackle modern city life problems. Now Google aims to bring free Wifi access to people in New York and around the globe. Sidewalk Labs announced that they would be acquiring two companies behind New York City’s LinkNYC initiative, an ongoing

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