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in Gadgets - 18 Aug, 2012
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Recent reports have stated that the Motorola Mobility unit of Google has filed a new patent-infringement suit against Apple Inc. It claims that some of the feature of Apple infringes its patent. One such app which has been mentioned in the report is the Siri Voice Recognition Program. The complaint was lodged at the U.S […]

in Hot Topics - 14 Aug, 2012
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Dalton Caldwell has raised around $500,000 for App.net through crowdfunding process. But most critics have mentioned that App.net is nothing but a paid version of twitter. The only difference being apart from advertisers, the users are also going to pay for the service. Also many critics have commented that the public don’t need a second […]

in Hot Topics - 12 Aug, 2012
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For several months the broadcasters has been struggling to shut down Aereo. Aereo is a famous service notable for TV streaming. It claims to use some dime-size antennas in order to stream television channels to Apple devices. The Aereo TV streaming service has been launched in the month of February this year. It is backed […]

in Hot Topics - 12 Aug, 2012
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With more than 125 million users enjoying the service each month, uorrent is the world’s most used BitTorrent downloading client. The software shares its success by earning revenue for its San Francisco based developing company BitTorrent Inc. It has been estimated that currently the company is making around $15 million to $20 million each year […]

in Hot Topics - 11 Aug, 2012
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The concept of a search engine is to facilitate finding information, and let’s be clear the success of Google search and Youtube (Google owned video platform) relied heavily on allowing users to easily find what they needed easily, and most of what they were looking for are copyrighted material, like video clips, movies, cartoons, music, […]

in Gadgets - 11 Jul, 2012
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Some writers, have started declaring the death of Web2.0 and the birth of web 3.0; These declarations are far from the truth, because even if we are making baby steps towards the web 3.0 structure we are still very far from being there! To understand how would the Web 3.0 be, we should start by […]

in Technology - 30 Jun, 2012
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In what can be considered a very bad timing, Amazon’s outage of  EC2 has taken down Netflix, Pinterest, Instagram, Heroku and other services. All these services were unavailable as of Friday evening at 9:10 p.m. PT. The outage underscores the vulnerabilities of depending on the public cloud . This outage come only a couple of […]

in Technology - 29 Jun, 2012
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Google “Compute Engine” is an “infrastructure-as-a-service” that Google will be providing and thus entering in direct competition with industry heavyweight, Amazon Web Services. More details will be coming out in the days ahead as Google moves this from a preview to a full-fledged service. Google has spent years building a huge infrastructure to support the […]

in Hot Topics - 14 Jun, 2012
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Construction of broadband networks (running 100 times faster than today’s Internet connections) along federal roadways will be easier and 90% cheaper!!!  once President Obama will sign the executive order. Also the White House  is  launching its “US Ignite” initiative that is similar to Google Fiber project in Kansas City. US Ignite’s mission is to boost […]

in Startups - 10 Jun, 2012
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Ubifrance a French agency for export promotion  and helping French companies in their international development. Ubifrance is organizing a yearly 1 week tour  called “The French Tech Tour” , to showcase the best of French innovation in Silicon Valley. The sixth edition of the French Tech Tour took place from June 2 to 8, 2012. […]