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Google Accelerated Mobile Pages for Ads – A Faster UX

Google Accelerated Mobile Pages for Ads – A Faster UX

Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages is an open-source project that will improve mobile web experiences and reduce mobile sites loading time. The company unveiled the new feature July 19. It seems that 2016 is all about creating better and faster UX across mobile devices. According to research conducted by Google, mobile websites take about 19 seconds to load. It might not ...

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Introducing Microsoft Stream – A Video Service for Businesses

Microsoft Stream – A Video Service for Businesses

Microsoft Stream is the new video service on the market specially developed for enterprises. The tech company has announced a free preview of the service on July 18th. Microsoft invites professionals with a business email address to sign up and begin the upload, sharing, and tagging of videos within the organization. Microsoft believes that video plays as just an important ...

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge – The Olympic Games Limited Edition

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge The Olympic Games Limited Edition

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge will be delivered in a special limited edition to Rio 2016 Olympians, according to a recent announcement. The company is a long-time sponsor of the Olympics and has provided athletes with phones ever since 1998. And there’s more. Along with the impressive offering, Samsung has also launched the Rio 2016 app. The app will provide information ...

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Samsung Fashionable Serif TV Hits the Market

Samsung Fashionable Serif TV

Samsung fashionable Serif TV hits the market, adding something entirely new to the boring TV designs. Apart from differing in size, TVs look pretty much the same. And we can hardly call ourselves in love with the current looks of these devices. Not anymore. Samsung recently announced Serif TV, a television designed specifically to blend in perfectly with home or ...

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Microsoft Provides a Professional Degree Program for Young Professionals

Microsoft Provides a Professional Degree Program for Young Professionals

Microsoft provides a professional degree program for young professionals that brings new opportunities for data scientists. The program was announced Wednesday, July 13, at the Worldwide Partner Conference. The first Microsoft Professional Degree Program is in data science, an ever growing field of work. The MDP’s courseware will be available on  edX.org.  The platform was founded in 2012 by Harvard ...

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Skype Gets Alpha Client for Linux

Skype Gets Alpha Client for Linux

Skype gets Alpha Client for Linux, bring a new functionality level to Linux users. The app is currently under development but nonetheless, it is far more functional than the previous Linux version. The upgraded app provides new features that were previously not supported by the older Skype for Linux versions. The new version is an Alpha Client for Linux using ...

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Lenovo Users Are Exposed to Security Risks Once More

Lenovo Users Are Exposed to Security Risks

Lenovo users are exposed to security risks once more. The company has confirmed the existence of critical vulnerability in the unified extensible firmware interface (UEFI) of its ThinkPad PCs. Lenovo is now investigating the problem and hopes to come up with a solution to the problem that may affect other manufacturers as well. The unified extensible firmware interface, or UEFI, ...

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Android Full-Disk Encryption is Weak, Study Finds

Android Full-Disk Encryption is Weak

Android full-disk encryption is weak, says expert Gal Beniamini. You might want to consider switching to iOS for better encryption, brags Apple. Android depends on multiple partners to develop security policies, and the encryption keys are stored in the software. This makes the keys more vulnerable to attacks. Furthermore, many Android devices that have been upgraded to more secure versions ...

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Leave Your iPhone at Home When Going to Concerts

You might have to leave your iPhone at home when going to concerts. Apple is set on banning illegal video recordings and picture-taking at concerts and movie theaters. The company has recently patented a technology that can block both iPhone and iPad capabilities of recording videos or taking pictures in these settings. This unexpected move will bring major disappointment to ...

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Facebook Now Collect Money for Non-Profits

Facebook Now Collect Money for Non-Profits

Facebook now collects money for non-profits thanks to a new set of tools. Starting Thursday, a part of the US Facebook users is able to create fundraising campaigns right on the platform. This allows users to raise money for any registered U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit. All it takes is a few clicks or taps. Campaign pages can contain a personal story, ...

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