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Android Apps Uploaded on Google PlayStore Every Week

Android Apps Uploaded on Google PlayStore Every Week

There are so many up added on PlayS3tore every year. A good way to keep track of the Apps is to check out what is added on a weekly basis. Below are some of the top Apps for this week. Daily A day full of activities needs proper planning.... 
China Tightens Controls for Online Videos

China Tightens Controls for Online Videos

Three popular internet services in China have been ordered by officials to stop streaming video following complaints by censors that it contained comments that were improper related to sensitive issues. The move caused a big sell-off... 
Personal Data of 200 Million Voters Has Been Leaked

Personal Data of 200 Million Voters Has Been Leaked

Personal information for close to 200 million voters in the U.S. was exposed online accidently because of a security setting that had been improperly configured, said UpGuard an online security firm on Monday. The information leaked... 
Tech’s Biggest Names to Meet at the White House

Tech’s Biggest Names to Meet at the White House

On Monday, a summit will be hosted by the White House of the top technology talent in the country. It is the first meeting of what has been named the American Technology Council that was created through a President Donald Trump executive... 
Apple Makes $1 Billion Investment in Tech Fund

Apple Makes $1 Billion Investment in Tech Fund

Apple’s most recent investment in the tech industry might come with an additional bonus of getting in the good graces of president-elect Donald Trump. Apple confirmed this week that it would invest $1 billion in the huge new tech... 
High Tech Ready to Help Fight Against Lost Luggage

High Tech Ready to Help Fight Against Lost Luggage

As baggage handlers load luggage onto conveyor belts a small computer verifies each piece belongs to the flight the handler is loading. If a single bag does not, a red light would start flashing and the conveyor belt would stop. Then... 
PC Market Drops, But Not As Much As Expected

PC Market Drops, But Not As Much As Expected

Shipments of personal computers were down again during the second quarter found two prominent online research companies, but the drops were not as much as during other recent quarters. Research firm International Data Corp (IDC) announced... 
Report: Google to Release Smartphone in 2016

Report: Google to Release Smartphone in 2016

Google plans to shake up the smartphone market this year by releasing a mobile handset of its own. The move would tighten the search engine’s grip on mobile software while allowing it to compete directly with Apple’s iPhone. The... 
Facebook Threatening to Delete Its Synced Photos If Photo App Not Downloaded

Facebook Threatening to Delete Its Synced Photos If Photo App Not Downloaded

Facebook has come up with its way of convincing users to down its photo app known as Moments: through threatening to delete photos if the app is not downloaded. The notice involves the feature photo syncing that was removed recently... 
“Hitler” References Among Most Popular in Reddit Comments

“Hitler” References Among Most Popular in Reddit Comments

Spend any amount of time on the internet and you will likely eventually be referred to at least one Reddit thread. Reddit users, of course, are discussing hundreds of topics at any given time. But while it may be hard to predict what... 
Government Warns that QuickTime Could be Vulnerable to Hackers

Government Warns that QuickTime Could be Vulnerable to Hackers

Computer users are being urged to delete the Apple QuickTime media player on PCs that are running Windows after a pair of vulnerabilities were discovered in the software. The United States Department of Homeland Security issued the... 
IBM Acquires Bluewolf to Increase Design and Cloud Services

IBM Acquires Bluewolf to Increase Design and Cloud Services

Bluewolf will become a part of the IBM iX team in an attempt to boost its consultancy, cloud and design services. IBM announced its plans for purchasing Bluewolf, a partner of Salesforce, which specializes in the mobility, experience... 
Google Aims Stop Fake Download Buttons on the Web

Google Aims Stop Fake Download Buttons on the Web

Tech giant Google is launching a new campaign to take on those fake “download” and “Play” buttons many web users encounter on a daily basis. These buttons appear on a the web pages of popular file-sharing sites, among others.... 
US Education System: Technology and Diversity

US Education System: Technology and Diversity

Right now, in America, the public education system is going through a bit of a Renaissance. Sure, there is restructuring—the system does need an overhaul—but more importantly, students and educators alike recognize the need to... 
Google Hangouts Will Employ Direct Connect Voice, Video Features

Google Hangouts Will Employ Direct Connect Voice, Video Features

Google Hangouts might be one of the most underrated web and mobile apps out there today. The interface lets you text and make phone calls through the internet. But a new update advises that users should switch to Google Messenger for... 
Google Will Test Self-Driving Car In Kirkland, Washington

Google Will Test Self-Driving Car In Kirkland, Washington

On Wednesday, Google announced they have elected to begin testing of their self-driving cars in Kirkland, Washington. The announcement also details that the plan is to have the cars on public roads by the end of this month. Or, rather,... 
India Bans Facebook’s Free Basics “Internet For All” Project

India Bans Facebook’s Free Basics “Internet For All” Project

In April, Facebook debuted its free internet project—Free Basics—in India. Almost immediately, the tech giant encountered great opposition from Internet activists who argued that the project violates the “net neutrality” principle...