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Google has been the biggest name in search engines for years. They have also ruled the internet with their email services and YouTube. Not too long ago they got into the social networking game with Google+. What’s next for the …Read More »
The PRISM project is a big deal in the United States, but it looks like it is becoming a bigger deal across the rest of the world as (some) computer users appear to refrain from trusting U.S. based cloud-computing companies. …Read More »
After what seems like forever, Microsoft has finally brought PDF support for SkyDrive, Outlook.com, and Office 365 using Word Web App. This has been a feature many users have been asking Microsoft to implement for quite some time, it is …Read More »
Google I/O, day two: 310 million Chrome users, Chrome and Drive for iOS, better offline Google Docs, and more
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Today was the second day of Google’s annual developer’s conference Google I/O, and Google showed no signs of slowing down. While yesterday’s announcements were quite Android-centric, today’s show …Read More »
IObit has been a small, yet popular name in the software industry thanks to their Advanced SystemCare product line; and for good reason: Advanced SystemCare – which comes in a Free and Pro version – is a very handy system …Read More »