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Check out these 6 easy to use Skype alternatives

Many of us have been using Skype for making voice and video calls. However, not all are satisfied, and some have been looking for other easy to use providers for voice and video conferencing services. For all such users we have put across a list of a few Skype alternatives. Google Hangout – With Google Hangout you can chat, video ...

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Google Glass user treated for internet addiction

Google Glass

Google Glass has recently been in news for being attributed to internet addiction in a patient. The device which falls under the category of augmented wearable reality can be used for navigation and snapping pictures. However, the device has really been addictive and a man has recently shown symptoms of withdrawal when he was moved away from using the Glass. ...

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Google Vault largest store for all human knowledge

Google Vault

Google Vault – This will be the largest base of human knowledge available till date. Google is building on to create a system where info could be stored for both machine and people to access. This vault will comprise of fact based information data from across the web. Also see: Google for kids rumor or reality? The knowledge Graph of Google ...

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Google for kids rumor or reality?

Google for kids

When you start typing “How to” in Google search bar it starts pre suggesting you terms like “How to kiss” or “How to have S##”. Google for kids is rumored to be an initiative by Google to make kids focused internet searches. Check the following video “Dear Sophie” from 2011 which shows a father uses the web to share memories ...

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Oculus SDK 0.4.1 Beta Released with Mac OSX Support

Oculus SDK 0.4.1 Beta Released

Oculus VR released the Oculus SDK 0.4.1 beta which comprises of important fixes for developers. The important thing to note in this development is that Oculus SDK is now available for Mac OSX as well. (Source: roadtovr) This means that Mac users will now be able to develop apps for Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset. Oculus had released an update to ...

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Google Chrome for Mac is recently upgraded with enhanced features

Google Chrome for Mac

If you are using Google Chrome Canary on your Mac then you should be aware that Google Chrome for Mac has been updated to 64-bit build without Google talking much about this development. The move was much awaited. All the new Apple desktop OS are now on 64 bit architecture rather than the earlier 32 bit one. With this upgrade ...

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Google Now launcher available on all Android 4.1 and above devices

Google Now Launcher

The Google Now Launcher which was rolled out this weekend is now available on major Android devices (Source: Google PlayStore). It runs on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and above versions. The key features of Google Launcher are as below: Google Now Cards – You can easily access Google Now Cards by swiping the screen towards the right. This helps you ...

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Google Cardboard an economical Virtual Reality Kit

Google Cardboard – Google wanted everyone to experience virtual reality in a simple, fun, and inexpensive way. And, this was how Project Cardboard came into existence. Some also say that it was because Google was jealous that it could not buy Oculus Rift, and wanted to show that Facebook overpaid for it. Whatever the real reasons may be however Google ...

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Google grants Right To Be Forgotten request

Right to be forgotten

Right to be forgotten – Google removes several links The Right To Be Forgotten is a concept that has been discussed and put into practice in the European Union (EU). France and Argentina are one of the few to take a lead on this front. Internet memory is long, and if we consider cases where the pictures, personal information, data etc. that makes ...

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Google acquires Twitch for $1Billion

Google acquires Twitch for $1Billion – Joins YouTube division VentureBeat – A tech news website reports about the acquisition of Twitch made by Google for $1 Billion. Twitch is the world’s leading video platform and community for gamers with over 45 Million visitors per month. This deal is going to undoubtedly make Google the undisputed leader in streaming video.  Google acquired ...

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