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Google+ now lets you use whatever name you want

Google has backtracked on it’s username policy for Google+, after receiving flak from users for nearly three years, since the social network was launched. And it didn’t stop there, with the merging of a person’s Gmail, YouTube and Google+ username... [More]

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Google announces Project Zero, to reduce targeted attacks on the web

Google has announced a new plan to tackle Zero Day vulnerabilities, in a bid to reduce the number of targeted attacks. They are calling it, Project Zero. This comes in the wake of the recent Heartbleed vulnerability, which exposed millions of web... [More]

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Moto G and Moto X may be recalled in Germany.

Moto G and Moto X are one of the most popular android phones on the market. They have sold a lot of [More]

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How to save Orkut Data

Earlier We posted about Google’s announcement to shut down Orkut. If you were a an Orkut user like me, there will be many photos and scraps testimonials etc. Now it is time to save them. You can either download the Orkut photos to your computer or c... [More]

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Google to shut down Orkut in September #RIPOrkut

Google has announced that they will be bringing down the curtains on the social network, Orkut. Orkut began as a fledgling social network in 2004, was probably the most popular one in India and Brazil in the past decade, until Facebook and Twitter... [More]

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Google Domains is a new domain registration service from the Search Giant

Google have launched a new domain registration service called Google Domains. According to Google, 55% of small businesses do not have their own website. The Mountain View based search giant, aims to change that, and help small businesses, carve a... [More]

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Android and Windows Phones to get a “Kill Switch”

Microsoft and Google have signed agreements with the New York Attorney General to add a "kill switch" to Windows Phone and Android devices. This agreement was reached as part of the "Secure our Smartphones" initiative, which wi... [More]

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Google Chrome goes 64 Bit with the latest Canary and Developer versions

Google has released a new build of Chrome, which supports 64 Bit Windows PCs. These builds have been released though the Canary and Developer channels, which are normally used for testing new features before they are embedded into the stable versi... [More]