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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.

The New Huawei Mate 8 Is Truly a Premium Phablet

According to the famous Chinese company, the new Huawei Mate 8 is truly a premium phablet and this high-end device will represent the second new gadget, besides Google’s most recent Nexus pair of mobile phones, to be delivered with the latest version of Android, Marshmallow 6.0. The producer took the veils off its Mate 8 in China earlier this week, where the massive ...

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Cybernetic Attack on VTech’s Learning Lodge


Bad news for all parents and kids using VTech’s Learning Lodge app, as the company’s website has been hacked and all the data there collected by the cyber attackers. Read on to find out more about the cybernetic attack on VTech’s Learning Lodge. Learning Lodge, a website meant for parents and children alike, is a platform designed to help the ...

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Microsoft Announces Cortana to Be Released for iOS Testers


  As the launch date for the app approaches and more and more users are excited to play with her, Microsoft announces Cortana to be released for iOS testers. After releasing a beta version of Master Chief’s heroic companion for Android users last August, Microsoft decided to also launch a beta version for iOS users to test. After releasing a ...

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Polytron Launches Fez Limited Edition


Have you always liked indie games? Have you always liked indie games but felt there was something missing? Something like, I don’t know, a physical copy of the game? Well, fans of the 2013 popular indie title can rejoice, as Polytron launches Fez Limited Edition. Launched in 2013, the game became an instant classic, due to its innovative mechanics, brilliantly ...

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Mozilla Doesn’t Need Google Anymore


Mozilla has been struggling for quite some time to keep its spot as second most used browser, even though its closest competitor remains, somehow unexplained, Internet Explorer. However, in a recent interview, a spokesman for the company claimed that Mozilla doesn’t need Google anymore. For years, Chrome has been the number one most used internet browser, with over 50% of ...

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How “Most Used Words on Facebook” App Affects Your Privacy


As the “most used words on Facebook” app becomes more and more popular, people have been growing concerned regarding the privacy policies employed by the company that is behind the quiz. Read on to find out if and how “most used words on Facebook” app affects your privacy. Jonghwa Kim, founder and CEO of Vonvon, the company behind the controversial ...

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Raspberry Pi Zero, the World’s First 5$ Computer

"$5 Raspberry Pi Zero"

The Raspberry Pi Foundation introduces users to Raspberry Pi Zero, the World’s first 5$ computer. The goal of the company is to produce incredibly cheap computers that can be purchased by children, who cannot afford the otherwise costly devices. While world-renowned developers race each other to produce incredibly expensive devices that can only be acquired by high-end consumers, the Raspberry ...

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U.S. Officials Finally Accept Self-Driving Cars

"Google's driverless car technology"

Judging on their recent announcement, it seems U.S. officials finally accept self-driving cars now that Google’s new technology has proven it can function properly. Authorities did not enlarge upon their announcement; they only limited themselves to saying that rules will be loosened. Google’s driverless cars have been through many tests lately, but neither of them have been performed without the ...

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AMP Promises Faster Internet for Mobile Users

"web surfing"

Great news for mobile data users all over the world, as Google is going to provide faster internet for all mobile users starting next year. The project, entitled simply Accelerated Mobile Pages, or AMP promises faster internet for mobile users everywhere. Since the announcement 6 weeks ago that launched the project, more and more companies have taken an interest and ...

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Chaotic Moon Launches Tech Tattoos

"tech tats"

Great news if you’re a fan of tattoos but hate needles and going to the doctor, as software firm Chaotic Moon launches tech tattoos. The software company, located in Austin, has developed the new technology, dubbed Tech Tats, as a way of innovating self-quantifying technology. For those of you who don’t know what self-quantifying technology is, it refers to microchips ...

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