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Fab.com Enjoys 3 Million Members

Fab.com Enjoys 3 Million Members

During London Web Summit (LWS), Jason Goldberg of Fab.com announced impressive stats about the design-oriented flash sales site. It’s been only a year when the Fab.com’s launch page went live and since then the site has seen great amount traffic. Goldberg said that the popularity of the site is really… Read more »

Digg Founder Kevin Rose Joins Google

Digg Founder Kevin Rose Joins Google

The founder of Digg has been hired by the search giant Google. He announced this on his Google+ page where he mentioned that he has finally joined the Google and is bringing its entire staff of his startup Milk to the Google. Rose pointed out that ““I’m beyond excited to… Read more »

The New iPad Costs Apple Roughly $316 to Build

The New iPad Costs Apple Roughly $316 to Build

It has become a common practice these days that whenever the Cupertino-based Technology giant Apple announces a new device, iPhone or iPad it may be, tech geeks waits anxiously to get their hands on it with an aim to tear it apart. As I mentioned that it has become a… Read more »

PayPal Refreshes iPhone App, Adding New Look and Local Search

PayPal Refreshes iPhone App, Adding New Look and Local Search

PayPal has recently launched an update for its iPhone app. The updates offer an entirely new design, which is far more appealing than what it looked like in last version of the app. The latest update will bring back the ‘Local’ feature that used to show vendors that accepted PayPal…. Read more »

RIM Confirms the PlayBook Will Get BlackBerry 10

RIM Confirms the PlayBook Will Get BlackBerry 10

The Canadian based smartphone manufacturer RIM launched its tablet, the PlayBook, last spring that runs an operating system different from BlackBerry’s other devices. The device is based on QNX, an operating system that will serve as the backbone for the next generation of BlackBerry devices, planned for this year. But… Read more »

Firefox Reveals Plans for 2012

Firefox Reveals Plans for 2012

Mozilla has recently released a new version of its web browser, Firefox 11. The company has also laid its plans for 2012 out as well and there will be lot of interesting features in the works for one of the most popular web browsers on the Internet. There are many… Read more »

Apple Shares Tops $600 for the First Time

Apple Shares Tops $600 for the First Time

The world’s largest Cupertino-based technology firm Apple announced that it has hit the $600 mark on the NASDAQ for the very first time in the entire company’s history. This means that investors continue to show strong faith in the company to maintain its incredible growth. Apple’s stock reached $600.01 in… Read more »

iPad Teardown Unveils Samsung Display

iPad Teardown Unveils Samsung Display

iFixit, an online repair manual and teardown expert has ripped down the latest iPad from Apple. The team is working on tearing it down to check what it actually has under its hood. They reveal some shocking details about the manufacturers and components used in the making of the Apple’s… Read more »

Google Earth for Android and iOS Updated, Adding KML and G+ Support

Google Earth for Android and iOS Updated, Adding KML and G+ Support

An updated edition 6.2 has been released by Google for its Google Earth app on iOS and Android devices. This new update came with a lot of new and efficient attribute to the mobile version of the well-liked mapping application. In the middle of those is the capability to introduce… Read more »

Google Claims Its Ads Are Safer Than Ever

Google Claims Its Ads Are Safer Than Ever

In today’s world, everyone seems busy Googling for one reason or another. Google has become has major source of getting results for our queries. Google also provided us with a number of context-relevant ads. This is how the search giant makes money and this won’t seem to change in near… Read more »

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