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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 Google - 02 Feb, 2013
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When something is obviously staged or fake, and you intentionally spread it without saying it is, then sorry but you do not deserve to be considered a news outlet ( yes it’s about you Gizmodo, beatbeta and dailydot). Google street view supposedly captured a naked couple in a french village! Inside a shop! Who staged […]

in Hot Topics - 23 Jan, 2013
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An hour or so ago Quora, the Question/Answers startup, launched a blogging platform, sure there are many blogging platforms like Blogger, WordPress etc … but what differentiate Quora’s platform is that you will get an audience instantly.   While other average joe bloggers are getting 5-10 visits to a blog post,  Quora bloggers will get […]

in Yahoo - 23 Jan, 2013
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The last few years, Yahoo have been one of worst managed big Tech companies, it has lost most of it’s search market share, ill-managed many of it’s properties and was basically turning in circles … till Marissa Mayer, the engineer, designer and manager that held several key positions at Google , was chosen to become […]

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 Hot Topics - 14 Jan, 2013
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Technology is a tricky domain, it is not easy to know what a startup will become in a year or two, or how a specific event will change the future of a company; This is why tech blogs and tech sites tend to stuff you with news some important and some are at best a […]

in Hot Topics - 11 Jan, 2013
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Java exploit creates a security threat.  Reaction: Firefox blocks Java Addons, Apple blocks Java 7 on OS X. Rumors of Apple cheap iPhone Spread > Then denied  by Phil Schiller (translated from Chinese)> Then denial withheld (rumors still true) Facebook testing charging people 1$ per message to strangers > Now testing 100$ for messages to […]

in Apple - 09 Jan, 2013
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Update 2: Reuters withdrew the story about Phil Schiller comments: so the rumors still stand. Update: Apple SVP of Worldwide marketing Phil Schiller denied Any plans to produce cheap iphones. “Despite the popularity of cheap smartphones, this will never be the future of Apple’s products.” our Article will be left intact below, the stat and […]

in Hot Topics - 08 Jan, 2013
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Recently Twitter have been proving itself to be the ultimate place for trolling, and young teens are suffering due to the information spread by the micro-blogging website. The site have the ability to censor and is applying it but in the wrong place, for example we are partially censored on twitter because of our opinions […]

in Hot Topics - 03 Jan, 2013
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The Qatar based Media giant Aljazeera network that owns and operates several TV channels including An Arabic News channel, An English News channel, a documentary channel, a kids channel and several sport channels, have made a bold move to increase it’s reach in North America.   The Aljazeera English is unavailable to cable viewers in […]