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in Apple - 08 Jun, 2013
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The U.S. National Security Agency (N.S.A.)  is collecting the telephone records of  US customers of Verizon & most probably all the other mobile operators as well. This came to light when the Guardian got a copy of a top secret court order issued in April, requires Verizon on an “ongoing, daily basis” to give the […]

in Google - 06 Feb, 2013
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Microsoft strategies  VS. Google strategies   Some would argue that the last few years Microsoft was sleeping while Google was building an Empire, while the search giant was building or buying very important services, Microsoft was standing still. In reality the software giant have an entirely different approach, instead of buying startups with big potential […]

in Facebook - 16 Jan, 2013
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The smart search engine. Today Facebook announced the launch of a new smart discovery engine, you will not be able to test it yet because it is in limited beta. Mark Zuckerberg emphasized that for now, Graph Search ( the name of the discovery search engine) will focus on only 4 areas: people, photos, places […]

in chat systems - 15 Dec, 2012
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We previously wrote  about Microsoft plan to replace windows live messenger by skype, it seams these plans have entered in action, Microsoft messenger users are now welcomed by a popup window asking them to upgrade from windows live messenger to skype. The use of the term upgrade, give the impression that skype is superior to […]

in Microsoft - 08 Nov, 2012
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Rumors have been circulating about an Office for Smartphones for some time. But recently The Verge reported that Microsoft plans to release Office versions for iOS and Android in early 2013. The Microsoft office for mobile or Office Mobile will be in the form of free apps that will allow the iPhone users (first in […]

in Apple - 18 Oct, 2012
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Android lovers should be incredibly excited. It seems that invitations have gone out for an event hosted by Google in New York City on the 29th of October at 10am for an event of some description. All we know at the moment is that this event will be focused on the Android Operating System and […]

in Microsoft - 15 Sep, 2012
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It might seam unbelievable, but if you bought a new PC from china, you have a 20% chance that it would be loaded with a software that will transmit your data and use your computer as a center to distribute viruses and attack websites! These PC’s are  loaded with counterfeit copies of Microsoft Windows, it […]

in Hot Topics - 02 Sep, 2012
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Microsoft notified users of its services ( Hotmail, MSN and Office.com) about changes to the Microsoft Services Agreement. the 2 main point of these updated TOS are: 1- Microsoft can now share your content between it’s online services (in previous TOS it was: “solely to the extent necessary to provide the service”) Microsoft has now […]