Microsoft Office Now Available on the Windows Store

Microsoft Office Now Available on the Windows Store

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  • Jun 20,2017
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Fierce competition of the computer technology force the IT companies and labs to work hard on developing powerful and better products and services, and Microsoft also focuses on improve its services and devices with very fast steps. And now, it starts to make the Microsoft Office available on the Windows Store. Microsoft in recently announced [...]

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Twitter Gets a New Look On Its Website And Mobile Applications

Twitter Gets a New Look On Its Website And Mobile Applications

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  • Jun 16,2017
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Twitter has been faced criticism and feedback for a long time for the unfriendly design of the website and mobile applications, and now it finally rolls out a new look which making it easier and faster to use. Complex interface and use of the website and mobile applications are usually criticized by the Twitter users, […]

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Apple is Working on Develop An AI Chip For iOS Devices

Apple is Working on Develop An AI Chip For iOS Devices

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  • Jun 06,2017
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Recently, Apple is developing a dedicated AI processing chip to enhance the capacities of related tasks on its devices, such as save battery life and facial recognition, according to the Bloomberg reports. Artificial intelligence (short for AI) is a trend and important issue in nowadays for the tech product and services, more and more [...]

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Microsoft Locks Default to Edge and Bing in Windows 10 S

Microsoft Locks Default to Edge and Bing in Windows 10 S

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  • May 05,2017
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A few days ago, specifically May 2, Microsoft released a new Surface Laptop which bundled a locked-down operating system Windows 10 S, in this new OS, there are several limitations in using the apps inside, including the browser and search engine are tied to Edge and Bing. Yes, it’s no doubt, you heard it right […]

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Snapchat Denies CEO Remarked India as A 'Poor' Country And Said It is Ridiculous

Snapchat Denies CEO Remarked India as A ‘Poor’ Country And Said It is Ridiculous

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  • Apr 18,2017
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Last week, an ex-employee of Snapchat exposed a document from a lawsuit to the company, which stated that the company CEO termed India as a ‘poor’ country, but Snapchat finally denied it and said ‘This is ridiculous’. For more details about this event, it is allegedly made by Snapchat’s CEO Evan Thomas Spiegel in [...]

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Twitter New 'Lite' Version Created for Data-Starved Users

Twitter New ‘Lite’ Version Created for Data-Starved Users

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  • Apr 06,2017
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Twitter released a new version on Wednesday named “Twitter Lite”, which largely aimed at users outside the United States who are not so easy to connect to the Twitter all the time. Different from the previous version which only available for the stand-alone phone application, this new version is specially used via a web browser, [...]

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Facebook testing to post GIFs in comments

Facebook testing to post GIFs in comments

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  • Mar 27,2017
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Recently, Facebook just introduced a new feature of supporting GIFs from Google’s Gboard keyboard in its Messenger, and soon after that, it is heard that Facebook will start to test a new GIF button in the posts’ comment section, which told by TechCrunch. Although Facebook has been a social media giant in the world, the […]

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Snapchat brings Bitmoji widgets for Messaging Friends Faster

Snapchat brings Bitmoji widgets for Messaging Friends Faster

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  • Mar 16,2017
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Snapchat app just published a new widget feature which is called Bitmoji, it can be applied in iOS and Android applications, and provides a quicker access to messaging. Bitmoji widgets has already been released and people can get this new feature via updating the application on their devices, with this widget, you can instantly chat […]

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People cannot Sent This File Type of Attachment From Gmail Now

People cannot Sent This File Type of Attachment From Gmail Now

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  • Mar 01,2017
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Recently, Google has made an announcement that .js files are not allowed to be sent as the attachment of Gmail from February 13. Due to the concern of security of Gmail, Google has decided to block .js file type on the email as it contains a potential security issue. So, from February 13, people will […]

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YouTube ends

YouTube ends “unskippable” 30-second ads from next year

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  • Feb 21,2017
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Do you feel annoying to looking the “unskippable” 30-second advertisements before watching the video you like on YouTube? Google confirms that YouTube will stop the “unskippable” 30-second ads on the video-streaming service from 2018. “We’re committed to providing a better ads experience for users online. As [...]

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