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Few days ago, Google threw down the gauntlet to the worldwide hackers, calling them to violate the security systems of the Chrome browser. Of course, the challenge was not answered and "The Hack" of the popular browser is already a fact. 
Windows 8.1 has some great little goodies in it, and Microsoft gave us a few more with the recent Windows 8.1 Update, which greatly boosted the operating system's usability on traditional PCs. Speaking of goodies, two features buried in the recent versions of Windows are particularly useful for taking the hassle out of some pretty hassle-prone Wi-Fi management tasks.
More than 100 million users of instant messaging services, Messenger, are promoted to Skype, keeping the user details of the login to the service. Microsoft has begun sending information messages by email, stating that the Messenger will not respond to connection requests from the March 15, 2013. Users are invited to download and install the free version of Skype.
The history of video games starts few decades ago in the early 1947 when Thomas Goldsmith and Estle Ray Mann invented the "cathode ray tube amusement device".
Few years after in the early 70's game consoles and computer games became part of our lifes, a new age of entertainment has been started and video games became a modern culture specialy in younger ages.  
In the above documentary you will see how it all started, hope you enjoy it!
Cloud computing is secure. It may sound like an obvious thing to say for someone who works at a company specialising in ensuring a smooth, reliable and secure network, but there are still misconceptions about cloud security. These concerns and misconceptions often arise from fears over losing control.
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    Google has announced many things already at its developer conference, and the search titan still has projects left on the docket, including Project Ara.

    SlashGear reports Google has challenged developers to come up with a smartphone module that doesn't exist in today's preassembled devices.

    Published in Latest

    Google got a little smarter once again this week.

    Now, if you search for something that Google knows has a step-by-step answer, it will give those steps to you above the search results.

    Published in Latest

    Since its announcement a few months back, Google's Project Tango has been a really fascinating curiosity, but not much else.

    Hot on the heels of Computex, the tech giant unveiled a new tablet that has the same 3D mapping capabilities we all saw in their promotional video.

    Published in Mobile / Tablet

    Google is all set to reveal its latest stab at owning the living room television with Android TV expected to be announced at the Google I/O conference in June.

    Gigaom claims the firm will use its annual conference, which kicks off on June 25, to showcase a new platform that puts content front and centre, rather than apps, with a heavy focus on Android gaming.

    Published in Android

    Printing at home is dead simple, and most of us don't think twice about it. But it sure is a heck of a lot easier when you can send a print job from any device, anywhere in the world to your printer at home.

    A slew of cloud-connected printers let you do this, but even if you're stuck with a printer that doesn't talk to the web you can get in on the print-anywhere fun with the help of Google Cloud Print.

    Published in Latest
    Monday, 19 May 2014 18:29

    Google Play Store Now Accepts PayPal

    Here's another method of payment on Google Play.

    Google Play product manager Ibrahim Elbouchikhi updated the Android Developers Blog with news that Google Play customers will be able to make payments using their PayPal account.

    Published in Latest

    Google remains an outspoken critic of mass surveillance operations by the National Security Agency (NSA)...

    But it appears both sides were exchanging a large amount of emails. NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander and Google executives Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt exchanged emails - including personal meetings and invitations to briefings and meetings.

    Published in Latest

    Google will no longer scan the email messages of students and other school staff who use its Google Apps for Education suite, exempting about 30 million users from the chronically controversial practice for Gmail advertising.

    Apps for Education is used by students at all levels, from kindergarten to university, so a portion of the user base is made up of minors.
    Published in Security

    Just as it promised, Skype has announced that group video calling will now be completely free of charge.

    The feature, which lets up to 10 people participate in video calling, is going free for Skype on Windows desktop, Mac and Xbox One starting today.

    Published in Social Networks

    Is Google planning an entry-level Nexus device?

    Google's Nexus devices have been pretty affordable as far as flagship devices go but it looks like the company's next phone might be even more budget friendly than past models.

    Published in Mobile / Tablet
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