Viber offers free calls from the U.S. to countries affected by Trump travel ban

Viber offers free calls from the U.S. to countries affected by Trump travel ban

Mobile calling app Viber is the latest tech company to offer help to those affected by President Trump’s immigration and travel ban. This morning, the company announced it would indefinitely waive the fees for calls to landlines or mobile numbers...
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Aadhaar Pay for Cashless Transactions to Be Launched Soon

Aadhaar Pay for Cashless Transactions to Be Launched Soon

The government will soon roll out Aadhaar Pay service that will enable people to make and receive payments using their Aadhaar number and biometrics. ♦ ALSO SEE  Payments app BHIM app reaches top of Google charts “We are going to...
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Google will block .js attachments in Gmail from February 13

Google will block .js attachments in Gmail from February 13

Google has announced that it will stop allowing .js attachments in Gmail starting from February 13, 2017. A message will appear alerting the user of the security risk associated with sending .js attachments. Users will still be able to send...
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Pokemon Duel Is a Free Strategy Board Game for Android and iOS

Pokemon Duel Is a Free Strategy Board Game for Android and iOS

Pokemon Duel is essentially a turn-based game in which you have to make strategic moves with the aim of forwarding your figures to your opponent’s territory. ♦ ALSO SEE Nintendo confirms, Super Mario run is coming to android in March...
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Samsung to begin 7nm manufacturing process in early 2018

Samsung to begin 7nm manufacturing process in early 2018

According to rumors, Samsung is already planning its next steps in the chip manufacturing process, aiming for even smaller SoC’s. In case you don’t remember, the Korean company already began producing 10nm chips last November, and also has since moved...
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Facebook’s Zuckerberg sues over rights to Hawaiian hideaway

Facebook’s Zuckerberg sues over rights to Hawaiian hideaway

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has launched a raft of lawsuits that could see the US billionaire secure full ownership of his island hideaway from local Hawaiian families who retain rights over the land dating back generations. ♦♦ALSO SEE ➡ Apple...
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Apple sues Qualcomm for roughly $1 billion over royalties

Apple sues Qualcomm for roughly $1 billion over royalties

Apple sues Qualcomm for roughly $1 billion, saying Qualcomm has been “charging royalties for technologies they have nothing to do with.” The suit follows the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s lawsuit against Qualcomm earlier this week over unfa...
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Mozilla Reveals a New Logo Alongside Major Redesign

Mozilla Reveals a New Logo Alongside Major Redesign

Mozilla has finally introduced a new logo, design, colour palette, font, imagery, and also language architecture as a part of its new brand identity. The new Mozilla logo, the company says, ‘reinforces that the Internet is at the heart of...
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Nintendo confirms, Super Mario run is coming to android in March

Nintendo confirms, Super Mario run is coming to android in March

Although this may be true Super Mario Run will finally be released on Android in March, Nintendo announced today. Super Mario Run, Nintendo’s first game for mobile devices, launched December 15 on iOS after debuting at an Apple event in...
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Apple’s Phil Schiller 10 year iPhone anniversary says about company’s growth

Apple’s Phil Schiller 10 year iPhone anniversary says about company’s growth

Apple’s Phil Schiller 10 year iPhone anniversary says about company’s growth Phil Schiller on iPhone’s Launch, How It Changed Apple, and Why It Will Keep Going for 50 Years, Phil Schiller is the senior vice president of worldwide marketing at Ap...
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