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Facebook’s Provocative Move – Encryption For Your Emails

Social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc., has made it possible for interacting with our friends and relative those are far apart, but still they are at high risk. The ... Continue Reading →
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With Google’s new Gmail Postmaster Tools, senders protect themselves from hitting spam

While email may not be perfect and many actually loathe it, it’s still the way many businesses choose to get information out – flight and accommodation receipts, job application ... Continue Reading →
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This might be our first look at BlackBerry’s Android smartphone

Evan Blass just can’t stop. Earlier today he came out on Twitter to say that BlackBerry’s Android-powered “Venice” smartphone is on its way to AT&T, and now he has shared ... Continue Reading →
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Apple’s iTunes U gets 1-to-1 discussions, importing from other apps, PDF annotations, grade book, more

Apple’s iTunes U service, a resource for teachers to create and manage educational content for students on iPad, is today receiving a big update that brings a long list of highly ... Continue Reading →
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Video Shows Galaxy S6 Active Put Through AT&T Life Simulator

Samsung making smartphones is nothing new. Samsung making videos is also nothing new. In fact, when it comes to Samsung, the two go very much hand in hand. Whenever Samsung releases ... Continue Reading →
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Microsoft’s Cortana arrives on Android this July as a beta

Sometimes things change, like timetables. In May, when Microsoft officially announced that Cortana, its digital personal assistant, would be arriving on Android this year, the company ... Continue Reading →
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Report: BlackBerry to release an Android-powered slider device this fall

According to a new report from Reuters, BlackBerry is considering releasing a smartphone with Android installed, as opposed to its own BlackBerry 10 operating system. The reasoning ... Continue Reading →
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HTC’s sales slump continues, performance guidance slashed for April-June quarter

HTC hasn’t been having the best run lately and that continues today. After promising this past Wednesday at an investor meeting to reinvigorate its line through a new product in ... Continue Reading →
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The Android M Preview makes for a surprisingly usable daily driver

Late last week, I fired my up Mac’s Terminal, pecked out a few half-remembered commands, looked them up, typed them out more slowly and that was that. After a few moments of ... Continue Reading →
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Google is developing tech that counts calories from your food pics

Google showed off its new photo storage service at I/O last week with features including unlimited backup and searching for images by keywords, but the company has another image-related ... Continue Reading →