Eight tech giants have joined hands Monday to reform the US Government’s surveillance practices. To start the public campaign, the web firms- Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, AOL, Yahoo and LinkedIn- have set-up an alliance called Reform Government Surveillance group.
Samsung has been a major player in mobile phone industry for quite sometime now. There has always been speculation of Samsung copying Apple; Apple suing Samsung for infringement of patents. Then, Samsung suing Apple for the same, but this time did samsung actually crossed the line.
If you think that Hyperloop is the only thing that Elon Musk has to talk about, then that’s a mistake. There is something more in the kitty of Elon Musk. It is the futuristic transportation pet project that has been progressing at a great pace.
Forgetting to log out of your Google account could cost you dear in case you have been using Chrome to access the World Wide Web, is what software designers point out.
Here it is! The list that states the top ten used apps is on display. GlobalWebIndex is ready with the most used apps used by a mammoth smartphone population of 969.49 million. Undoubtedly, the smartphone users must be eager to know what tops the chart.
In its bid to curb piracy, Microsoft now offers Office 365 University for the students enrolled in accredited colleges across the length and breadth of India.
The market stands will soon see the Android based notebook devices other than the usual Windows 8 platform notebooks and these notebooks will be priced at approx $200.
They just keep coming - no matter how secure you make your website or online store, hackers find a way out to intrude your system and do away with critical information, often leading to huge monetary loss. It has been found that more financial crimes were reported in 2012 than state sponsored hacking incidents.
Android users, we think it’s time to wish a goodbye to the use of fingers in scrolling down pages, playing games, unlocking the home screens, the “Eye Tribe” software sends a warm welcome to the user’s eyes!
Zynga, the online game publisher has distanced itself from social networking major Facebook with its relaunched gaming site, Zynga.com, by doing away with the requirement of logging in with Facebook ids.