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Moto E features leaked

Motorola is planning to launch its reasonable price Android smartphone and now before official announcement the specs are in our vicinity thanks to the hardworking leakers. Moto E, the budget Read more

Facebook introduces location- Nearby Friends

Facebook introduces a new feature known as Nearby friends. If your friend is coming to meet you, you can share your location with your friend so that it becomes easy Read more

Mathematicians create a new app that relieves jet lag

Jet lag is a big problem for many people and many ailments like heart pain, diabetes and high blood pressure. The University of Michigan has been dealing with thus for Read more

Microsoft adds way to import Yahoo Mail

Microsoft is improving its Mail and cloud dramatically since it got its new CEO. Microsoft that had enabled the feature of importing mails from Gmail to Outlook, is now available Read more

One Plus One Perfect Android Phone

OnePlus has long before made a buzz on creating the “perfect smartphone”. The perfection, according to OnePlus, should not only involve hardware and software domain but also the price of Read more

android 4.5 to bring flatter icons

Android 4.5 is on the way of development and reports say that Android is going to bring a slimmer and flat versions of the icons. Unlike the current Android icons Read more

T-Mobile offers free data for tablet users until end of 2014

For the past decade, T-Mobile, even though one of the top four American carriers, has been always playing a side role. T-Mobile has been under the dominance of AT & Read more

Microsoft, Apple and Google pledge to offer smartphone kill switch programs in 2015

Smartphones have become a part and parcel of our life and the increasing involvement of smartphones in our life is indirectly increasing risk. We store most of our information, online Read more

PayPal releases new app to use with Galaxy Gear, utilizes S5 fingerprint reader

Samsung Galaxy S5 got its first recognition at the Mobile World Congress that took place in February 2014 at Barcelona. At the same event, PayPal announced that it would launch Read more

NSA denies report it has been using Heartbleed OpenSSL exploit for spying

National Security Agency denies the allegations that it had been exploiting Heartbleed bug OpenSSL for spying on consumers. Before getting into the details of the news, let me introduce you Read more