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Mozilla tests a true private browsing mode in Firefox (+video)

Finally, Mozilla wants to make private browsing as truly a private one. Currently, the company is testing to enhance the private browsing option found in the Mozilla Firefox web browser, which is designed to block third party cookies or any elements, which tracks user’s activity on the web browser. Most of the browser comes with option “Do Not Track”, which ...

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GitHub Enterprise gets direct integration of ZenHub project management

ZenHub project management service for GitHub users has now released its services for GitHub Enterprise service, with similar drag-and-drop task boards like Trello. Earlier, ZenHub task boards were only available to regular GitHub accounts. Till now, GitHub has never used or integrated any third party services directly with its enterprise edition – ZenHub Enterprise is the one that managed to have the ...

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ZenHub collaborates directly with GitHub Enterprise for project management

ZenHub project management service for GitHub users has now released its services for GitHub Enterprise service, with similar drag-and-drop task boards like Trello. Earlier, ZenHub task boards were only available to regular GitHub accounts. Till now, GitHub has never used or integrated any third party services directly with its enterprise edition – ZenHub Enterprise is the one that managed to have the ...

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Google Inc’s Project Fi, most affordable mobile plan?

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is the backbone of today’s digital lives and its agenda has always been very clear – Enter a new market and then dominate it. It is pretty evident from all the acquisitions, Google does on a regular basis. They want their damn hand in everything. Now  it seems like the search giant is trying to enter the ...

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Facebook (FB) CEO Unveiled “Aquila” Internet Drone

Mark Zuckerber unveiled Facebook’s Aquila drone, a complete production from the social media giant Facebook. Aquila is fully powered by solar power, and it could help to beam internet into most remote regions of the globe. The drone was developed in the company’s Connectivity Lab, and was involved in plenty of testing in a secured process. The air drone comes ...

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Sending a self-destruct email on Gmail is now possible with Dmail

Although Google’s Gmail doesn’t provide the option to delete sent messages or send mails with self-destruct behavior, users can still send self-destructing emails in Gmail. Users can also delete the message that was already sent to the recipient – thanks to Dmail from team Delicious. Dmail is a Google Chrome extension which, upon installing, will allow Gmail users to send self-destructing ...

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Hackers breached the FLEX forum, data held for ransom

Media Server Plex, revealed that PLEX forums has been hacked by some unknown hackers and certain information about the user has compromised. The hackers hacked the forum and obtained IP addresses, private messages of users, their email addresses and also encrypted passwords. Plex said in a blog post as that, the user’s passwords were encrypted and it is not an easy task ...

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