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December 8, 2013No Comments

San Francisco: Microsoft Corp said on Thursday it had disrupted the largest network of compromised personal computers, involving some 2 million machines around the world, since it stepped up its battle against organized online criminals three years ago. The Redmond, Wash.-based software giant filed a lawsuit in Texas and won a judge’s order directing Internet [...]

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September 11, 2013No Comments

Apple just expanded its smartphone line with the lower cost iPhone 5C, but don’t expect throngs of budget-conscious consumers to line up for the device, at least not in places like China. That’s because the supposedly cheap iPhone 5C is, well, not really cheap. The 16GB model retails for $99 with a two-year service contract, [...]

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August 16, 2013No Comments

So, I just finished reading Google’s motion to dismiss in response to a lawsuit alleging that its e-mail scanning violates California privacy laws. And I’ll say this: those Google lawyers are towering writers, indeed. But on to the point: did Google really argue in its rebuttal to the lawsuit that Gmail users do not and [...]

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August 16, 2013No Comments

The new YouTube app for Windows Phone isn’t going over too well. Microsoft got into trouble in May over its native YouTube app after Google complained that the app violated its terms of service. After hashing out their difficulties, the two companies were supposed to team up to create a new version based on HTML5. [...]

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August 15, 2013No Comments

Google has spent the past year developing its voice recognition tools, and on Wednesday the company announced that the voice recognition tools in Google Now will be added to Google Search. You’ll now be able to ask Google Search the same kinds of questions as Google Now, further connecting the services. Queries about five expansive [...]

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April 29, 2013No Comments

Intel has been synonymous with Windows PCs seemingly forever. But it’s trying to change that in a hurry. Enter Google. The fact that Microsoft and Intel no longer rule the personal computing world isn’t news. But what happens next is. I’ll start with a flashback from the early ’90s. I remember attending the launch of [...]

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April 7, 2013No Comments

Facebook releases the launch ad for its new attempt to take over your Android phone. Here, Home takes over an airplane, with some interesting characters. The lovely thing about Facebook Home is that it allows Facebook to follow you, everywhere you go. You’ve always wanted that, haven’t you? You’ve always wanted Facebook to follow you [...]

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April 7, 2013No Comments

A less-than-informative announcement has the tech press guessing that Google Fiber may be headed for Texas. Now a screenshot suggests a Google blogger jumped the gun and spilled the beans. And a TV report from Austin says, yes, it’s a done deal. Google’s zippy Fiber Internet service may have gotten ahead of even itself. With [...]

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May 14, 2012No Comments

Six Ministers from African countries currently in the country to attend the ongoing ITU Annual Regional Development Forum taking place in Kigali have met Prime Minister Dr. Pierre Damien Habumuremyi. The Ministers commended Rwanda’s efforts to integrate Information Communication Technology use in all parts of government organ’s operations, and the country at large. Youth and [...]

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