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Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey is a true journalist, but it wasn’t easy for her to find her true calling. She worked in a PC service all throughout her college and not she is using her hardware and software skills to write technology articles. The thing she loves most about her job is being able to keep tech lovers up to date with the recent trends.

Race Against Usain Bolt – Or a Robot as Fast as Him

It’s difficult to choose the right fitness app for you from the plethora of alternatives currently on the market. Fitbit, Nike Plus, and Under Armour’s Healthbox are just some of the apps that encourage people to track and monitor their health and athletic performance. According to their marketing techniques, this will help users understand their routine, and inspire them to ...

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App Audio Software Can Monitor Your TV Viewing Habits

Twelve smartphone app developers have been warned by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for compromising the privacy of its users. They have allegedly packed audio monitoring software into their apps, invading the privacy of unsuspecting consumers. As noted by Fortune, SilverPush and other of its kind have designed their apps not to ask the user for permission to access the ...

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Apple Moves Some iCloud Data to Google Cloud Platform

Rumor had it that Apple was moving some of its iCloud data and services onto the Google cloud platform and away from Amazon Web Services. It turns out the rumor was true, and that Apple is trying to “diversify its cloud service providers,” according to sources. Some speculate the move is only temporary as the news comes in the context ...

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Google’s Self-Driving Cars Could Improve Seniors’ Mobility

Florence Swanson has witnessed practically the entire history of the modern car, and now, at 94, she was offered a ride in Google’s self-driving vehicle. She is officially the oldest person yet to ride in Google’s car of the future, and according to her statement, “you haven’t lived until you get in one of those cars.” After taking a half-hour ...

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Gmail for Work Updates Data Loss Prevention Features

Google launched multiple new security features for Gmail users as part of the first major update since the Data Loss Prevention (DLP) service was announced last year. The DPL was rolled out for Google Apps Unlimited to help users and businesses keep confidential data out of emails. Today’s update was launched at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. With the ...

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Mark Zuckerberg Talks About Hate Speech at Berlin Event

According to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, there’s still room for the social network to improve its police on hate speech. After meeting with German chancellor Angela Merkel and her chief of staff, Zuckerberg said at an event in Berlin that Facebook was “committed to doing better.” In light of the great influx of migrants and refugees entering Germany, the country’s ...

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Facebook Launched a Birthday Cam Feature on iOS

Noticing your friends’ birthdays on Facebook has become a chore for a lot of users, but just typing “Happy Birthday!” – or “HBD,” depending on how lazy you are – on a friend’s profile has lost all meaning a long time ago. So Facebook has decided people need a push to start sending more intimate greetings and it launched a ...

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Facebook Messenger Might Start Sending You Ads

Even though Messenger is Facebook’s fastest-growing and most popular product, the social network has yet to monetize directly to its 800 million monthly active users. But that is reportedly about to change, since Facebook Messenger might start sending you ads over the next few months, according to a new report. Fortunately, the feature will not offer companies a free ticket to ...

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Microsoft Released an Important Update to its iOS Bing App

Even though a great majority of Internet users perform their searches through Google’s engine, those who disagree with its privacy policy have an alternative: Bing. Back in October 2015, Microsoft released an important update to its iOS Bing app. Although you could check Bing’s Knowledge and Action Graph for any kind of information you wanted, Microsoft realized that searching on ...

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Portable Gaming Is Receiving a New Home From Nintendo

Portable Gaming Is Receiving a New Home From Nintendo

It’s fairly obvious that no secret information can ever stay hushed up too long as recent rumors regarding the company’s intentions suggest that portable gaming is receiving a new home from Nintendo. This comes in the shape of a handheld console device that apparently has been dubbed Nintendo NX. To some, this will come as a great surprise and great ...

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