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in Weekly - 03 Feb, 2013
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– Twitter website have been hacked and 250k account were compromised, don’t panic, twitter have sent a reset password links to all affected accounts. – Kim Dotcom offered a $13.5 k  reward to anyone that finds any security bugs on his new service Mega. – 1 Billion Euros to build a superconductor able of simulating […]

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 Weekly - 29 Jan, 2013
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Twitter release an instagram of video iOS app, called Vine limited to 6 sec, record only while you hold your thumb. Facebook limits access of Vine to it’s network blocking users from finding their friends, renders Vine much less useful. Yahoo 4th quarter revenue at $1.22 billion, Yahoo! exhibiting revenue growth for the first time […]

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 Advertising - 07 Jan, 2013
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The laws of business can be compared to The law of conservation of energy: “Nothing is lost, nothing is gained, everything is transformed”, This famous physics law can be applied with a minor change to the business operations of big companies thus both business and science can share this uniting law : “Nothing is lost, everything […]

in Hot Topics - 01 Jan, 2013
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This year was rich with tech news and events, some prompted surprise and some reflected an obvious outcome that many were expecting. We will present the tech year in review but with a twist, we decided that it’s not up to the journalists, blogs, and news portals to decide what was most and what was […]

in Mobile - 23 Dec, 2012
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Google is planing to launch an iPhone competitor, the new mobile handset will be called xPhone, and it will be running on Android.   The new phone will be produced by the Motorola division, the search giant bought for $12.5 billion in may 2012, ( recently laid off roughly 20% of Motorola Mobility staff, and […]