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2014

Energy-Efficient Intel Chip Paves the Way for Thinner Laptops.

The world's first 14-nanometer fan-less mobile PC reference design from Intel is a 12.5" screen that is 7.2mm thin with keyboard

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2014

Huge Android Wear Update Brings Offline Music Sync and GPS Support.

The Sony SmartWatch 3, available from Verizon in the U.S., is the first Android Wear device with built-in GPS.

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Nov

12

2014

Want to Know How Much Your Bitcoins Are Worth? Just Google It!

Google's search engine has had a built-in currency converter for years now, and now it

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Nov

12

2014

Gmail for kids? Google reportedly wants to open its services to youngsters.

Kids definitely need to be sheltered from the likes of this When children use the internet they're supposed to play games

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Nov

12

2014

Xbox One SmartGlass updates enable gameplay recording and more.

Does your preference of gaming console lean toward allegiance to Microsoft?

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Nov

12

2014

New Google feature hooks you up with a real doctor via video chat.

What's better than consulting Google when there's something ailing you?

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Nov

11

2014

Apple introduces tool to prevent loss of iMessages

iMessages getting lost between devices should be a thing of the past following the launch of Apple's new confirmation code-based tool Apple has launched a tool to prevent the loss of text messages when switching from iOS to other mobile operating systems.

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Nov

11

2014

Chinese hacker installs Windows 98 on an iPhone 6

If you’re an iPhone owner already fed up of iOS 8, the most advanced version of Apple’s mobile operating system yet, there may now be an unlikely alternative.

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Man embeds computer chips in hands to store Bitcoin

A Dutch entrepreneur has had two wireless computer chips implanted under the skin in his hands to allow him to store digital currencies like Bitcoin inside his body.

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Nov

11

2014

Zuckerberg’s Facebook page hacked to prove security

A Palestinian researcher posted a message on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's page last week after he says the site's security team didn't take his warnings about a security flaw seriously.

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11

2014

Have you ever seen Google doodle? – Hermann Rorschach

The Independent– Google has celebrated the 129th birthday of Freudian psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach with a doodle showing his famous inkblot test.

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Nov

11

2014

Google Launches ‘All Access’ Music Subscription Service

This morning, Google unveiled a new music subscription service, Google Play Music All Access, at the search giant’s annual I/O developers’ conference in San Francisco. The service, which launches in the U.S. today, is similar to other subscription music services in that it allows users to stream from millions of songs across multiple devices, including laptops, tablets and smartphones. The service comes with a somewhat standard $9.99/month price tag, following a free 30-day trial.  Users who sign up for the trial before June 30th will enjoy a discounted early-adapter rate of $7.99.

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