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Amazon announces 3D smartphone on June 18th

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Amazon posted a promotional video for a new product announcement that’s going to take place on June 18th. It’s probably the rumored smartphone that we kept hearing about lately. A few frames of the video reveal the top of a smartphone as discovered yesterday by a sharp eyed Google+ user. Sources say that Amazon plans to announce a smartphone this ...

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Android 4.4.3 KitKat is now available for Nexus 10

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The Android 4.4.3 KitKat update has begun rolling out for a number of devices. Reports have started coming in that the long-awaited update is now available for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 . Yesterday we’ve heard that Google has started pushing 4.4.3 to the Moto X, Moto E, Moto G, Galaxy S4, and HTC One M8 GPe. Earlier today the company began ...

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Google Street View takes you to the World Cup 2014

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Google was planning to launch the Street View Imagery of all 12 World Cup stadiums. The launch took place today, just a week before the first game of the 2014 football World Cup in Brazil.  This way, Google is giving football fans the opportunity to save their tickets and expenses. The feature lets everyone explore all 12 of the World ...

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Google launches Encrypted E-mails Chrome extension

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You probably already knew that Google’s Gmail supports encryption. But did you know that when a Gmail user e-mails somebody using an unencrypted service, the message isn’t protected? In fact up to half of all e-mails sent to, and from Gmail are not encrypted because of this. To fix the situation Google intends to start naming and shaming unencrypted e-mail ...

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Google Chrome 64-bit Dev and Canary available for Windows

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Google announced it will launch the 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, starting with the 64-bit Dev and Canary. You can download them from Google’s official site by clicking on Dev or Canary. As its name suggest, the Dev channel will get updated fervently and it’s meant for developers to test all the new features before ...

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Google spends more than $1 billion to improve internet access

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Apparently Google plans to spend more than $1 billion on a satellite system that’s going to spread internet access to the far reaches of the world. This is a familiar story of course. To increase ad revenues Google needs to make the web far more accessible to more people. This latest project will start with about 180 small satellites orbiting the ...

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The NSA reportedly has the most advanced facial recognition technology

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Reports are claiming that the NSA is collecting millions of digital pictures from the internet everyday, including thousands of facial recognition images. Information is very important as we’ve learned from the Edward Snowden trial of leaked National Security Agency documents. The pictures are extracted from e-mails, text messages, social networks, video conferences and other types of communication. The story also reveals some interesting details, ...

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HTC is working on One Wear Smartwatch

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HTC is rumored to be working on a line of smartwatches, thus joining the likes of LG and Samsung. As wearable technology grows more popular by the day, it would be a shame to stay behind. In order to keep that from happening, HTC decided to develop their own wearable device, namely a smartwatch called One Wear. According to rumors, ...

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Google shutting down Moto Maker website, factory in Texas closes

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Reports say that Google is going to shut down the Moto Maker website. The site is an innovative place that allows you to customize Motorola smartphones. There were discussions saying that Levono was going to continue the Moto Maker site, and perhaps even expand it globally. But now it looks like the Texas plant is going to be shut down and the ...

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First Android Wear OS images revealed by Google

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A Google engineer posted on Google+ the first ever public screenshots of the company’s Android Wear operating system for smart watches and other wearable devices. The seven images were posted by Senior Developer Timothy Jordan. They show notifications for a Nest smoke detector, an Android game called Clash of Clans, a calendar app, as well as music controls and controls for ...

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