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David Mayor

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Writer and editor of The Next Digit Media, he takes care of iOS, Apple, Mac and other gadgets. He worked at Apple Inc, before joining to TND Media. He was graduated in Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication Degree from Cambridge University. All posts by David

Google Improves Results on Health Symptoms

Google Improves Results on Health Symptoms

Google improves results on health symptoms, making it easier for users to put a name to their condition. The announcement came Monday, June 20, on Google’s Official Blog. Starting this week, a new feature meant to track down medical conditions has been introduced to Google’s mobile site and its Android and iOS apps. This new development from the biggest online ...

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Pump Up Your Wi-Fi speed with Plume Pods

Pump Up Your Wi-Fi speed with Plume Pods

Pump up your Wi-Fi speed with Plume Pods. Startup company Plume comes with a solution to increase your domestic bandwidth for tech devices. No more rolling your eyes while waiting for that web page to load. With its new product called “Pods”, the Palo Alto-based company offers you an inexpensive solution to your problem. Most people have one internet router ...

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Facebook Rolls Out Video Commenting

"Facebook Rolls Out Video Commenting"

Facebook rolls out Video commenting, placing itself in the spotlight yet once more. It looks like the guys and gals at Facebook are the most hard working people in social media. We’ve only just written about the newly available 360-degree photo posts, and now we’re back with more news. This new feature is the work of Facebook Project Manager, Bob ...

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Snapchat’s Popularity Wins Over Twitter

"Snapchat’s Popularity Wins Over Twitter"

Snapchat’s popularity Wins over Twitter, according to a recent news published by Bloomberg. Although Snapchat was developed years after Twitter, it seems that the younger “brother” is more popular. Some will relate to this, we bet. But let’s look at some figures. Snapchat Inc. has about 150 million users. The number of individuals using this social network is increasing by ...

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Third Hitman Takes Players to Marrakech

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Hitman fans have been waiting for a while for a new instalment in the franchise. Luckily, it seems that they won’t have to wait much longer. Square Enix just announced that the third Hitman will hit the market on the 31st of May. Players will thus have the opportunity to test their skills on the crowded streets of Marrakech. “Following ...

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Switching to Opera More Enticing With New Power-saving Mode

Some months ago, you wouldn’t have given Opera the time of day. However, the browser seems determined to catch up with generations-worth of improvements in a really short time. As it gains more traction among users, Opera releases a new update that could make you want to switch browsers: a “low-power mode” that only nibbles at your laptop’s battery life, ...

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Facebook Messenger Risks a Lot with Bots

Are we about to start hating Facebook’s famous Messenger service? Soon, you won’t know if that ping you received is from a friend or a bot. Were you expecting a friend to reply? Or is it just Mashable’s bot sending you a new article to read? This is how things took a turn for the worse with email. It started ...

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As Smartphone Sales Level Off, Companies Seek Other Growth Opportunities

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Following nearly one decade of supercharged sales, the smartphone market looks like it has reached a dead end. Apple has recently posted the first quarterly sale decline since 2003 while analysts reported the first Q1 decline for smartphone shipments ever. Tech companies are now rushing to shore up their margins by either squeezing component producers into lowering prices or developing ...

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Kansas City Loses Free Internet via Google Fiber

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Some things are just too good to last, and we can hardly think of something better than free Internet. While Kansas City enjoyed the privilege of being the first to get Google Fiber, it’s also the first to lose it. To be perfectly honest, the service was not completely free, as Google require a rather expensive one-time installation fee of ...

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