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Facebook Shuts Down Parse In Indirect Admission Of Amazon, Microsoft And Google’s Cloud Superiority

Facebook will be ending its Parse platform a year from today. With over 600,000 apps already built on top of it, developers' migrations to other platforms will not be a quiet one.

Apps/Software January 29, 2016

Tesla Shares Drop To Lowest In Nine Months After Model X Fails To Meet Sales Expectations

Tesla missed its sales forecasts for the latest Model X electric crossover SUV due to production delays as well as taking a more cautious approach to its wider release. Unfortunately, as a result, its stock took a beating, too.

Money January 29, 2016

Microsoft Edge Private Browsing Mode Saves User Browsing History: How To Get Rid Of Edge While You Can

Microsoft's Windows 10 browser Edge doesn't offer the kind of privacy users expect in its private browsing mode. A loophole in the program flags websites that were visited in that mode - a person smart enough to look for such information wouldn't have a hard time at all uncovering a user's private browsing history.

Apps/Software January 29, 2016

'Minecraft' Maker Notch Unveils Unmandelboxing, A Ray Marching Fractal Generator You Can View In Virtual Reality

Since selling off 'Minecraft' to Microsoft, Notch had some time to work on small development projects. His latest, called Unmandelboxing, makes use of virtual technology and fun fractals.

Apps/Software January 29, 2016

Here’s How Google Plans To Help You Stay In The Know During The 2016 Elections

Google has partnered with Fox News for the upcoming Republican debate while giving candidates their very own spot at the top of search results. As more viewers catch more of the candidates and their activities online, Google is positioning itself to be the platform for this year's elections.

Internet January 28, 2016

Google Teams Up With Movidius To Bring Deep Learning To Mobile: Here’s What An Artificially Intelligent Phone Can Do

Cameras on smartphones could be getting smarter because of a recent partnership between Google and Movidius. Movidius' tech can allow for real-time machine intelligence to happen inside a smartphone instead of calling back to a data center via the cloud, and this could allow for snappier speech and image recognition and many other uses in next-generation Google devices.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 28, 2016

‘League Of Legends’ Is Getting Major Changes, Including A Whole New Client And More Social Features

'League of Legends' can look forward to a big year ahead as it finally gets a new client. Also, more social features will be baked into the game, allowing players to set up Clubs and Parties and have even more fun playing together.

Video Games January 27, 2016

Amazon Is Not Giving Up On Smartphones, Wants To Take Android Away From Google: Report

Besides rumors of an Amazon comeback to the smartphone space, the company is also said to be in talks with smartphone makers about creating a forked version of Android. This will push Amazon's services over those of Google's, but accomplishing that won't be easy.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 27, 2016

Virtual Reality And The Future Of Museum Tours: Using Oculus Rift To Dream With Disney And Dalí

Besides gaming, virtual reality has plenty of other uses. The latest involves a partnership between Disney and the Dalí Museum where visitors can actually go on an adventure inside one of Salvador Dalí's works of art.

Gadgets January 27, 2016

Here’s What Volvo Plans To Do To Make Death-Proof Cars By 2020

Volvo wants its cars to be the safest vehicles on the road. It's got quite a lot competition, however, especially from Tesla but now the Swedish carmaker is claiming its cars will be deathproof by 2020.

FUTURE TECH January 26, 2016

Google And Apple Are Serious About Making Cars, Says Daimler Chief

It's a well-known fact that Google has an autonomous vehicle project well underway - it has talked about it and even tested it publicly. Apple, however, has kept mum on its automotive endeavors, but Daimler's Chairman has further revealed that the iPhone maker is also going to be car maker too in the near future.

FUTURE TECH January 26, 2016

How To Play ‘Exploding Kittens’, The Hottest New Game On iOS

'Exploding Kittens' has exploded to the top spot in the App Store's paid apps charts, and for a good reason. Everyone would be staring at their smartphone screens because they are playing the same game, and having fun passing around an exploding kitty.

Apps/Software January 25, 2016

Xiaomi Mi 5 Leak Hints At Laser-Assisted Autofocus And IR Blaster

More rumors are leaking about Xiaomi's flagship, the Mi 5. The latest one reveals that the unit will also come with a laser-assisted autofocusing camera.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 25, 2016

Alphabet Closes The Gap Between Apple, Could Soon Become The Most Valuable Company In The World

Apple is still top dog as the most valuable company in the world. However, as investors continue to look more favorably on Alphabet - the holding company that swallowed up Google - and its businesses, Apple may end up taking second place in 2016.

Business January 25, 2016

T-Mobile Wants To Stop AT&T From Buying Low-Frequency Airwaves

T-Mobile said that it will prevent AT&T from gaining an unfair advantage in the low-spectrum frequency band. AT&T is set to purchase 700 MHz licenses in three states and T-Mobile pointed out that AT&T already controls 60 percent of the low-spectrum in those regions.

Business January 23, 2016

Is A Nokia Comeback In The Works? Mysterious All-Metal Phone Believed To Be Nokia C1 Leaks In Live Photos

Nokia may just be coming out of forced retirement this year and finally release a new handset, perhaps two or even three. The non-compete clause with Microsoft expired last year, leaving the Finnish company with a new opportunity to enter the mobile phone market once again.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 23, 2016

Office 365 Wants To Attract More Apple Users With Office Insider For Mac Testers And Digital Inking For iPad Users

Microsoft is priming more Mac users to get in on Office 365 by giving them the inside track on future updates and features. The company is finally opening up an Office Insider for Mac program which also includes more Mac goodies for use with the Apple Pen in the latest updates in January.

Apps/Software January 23, 2016

Nest Denies Smart Thermostat Data Leak, Researchers At Fault

The Internet of Things has its pros and cons. The technology can make things immensely convenient, but concerns of late surround how secure connected devices can actually protect our private information in an open web.

FUTURE TECH January 22, 2016

Samsung Galaxy S7 With Exynos 8890 Alleged Full Specs Leak On AnTuTu, Benchmarks Coming Later

Barely a month away from MWC and Samsung's expected launch of its flagship device, a new leak revealed the Galaxy S7's internal specs. The last missing piece of the puzzle is what the device will actually look like.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 21, 2016

VPN Providers Aren’t Happy About The Netflix Crackdown, Promise A Bypass

Netflix users around the world relying on VPNs to stream content blocked in their regions will need to find another workaround as the company begins its rollout of blocking those VPNs. VPN companies are up in arms, of course, over Netflix's course of action saying that there are legitimate reasons for VPN use.

Internet January 21, 2016

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