List/Grid Monthly Archives: September 2013

Google Likely to be fined for not complying with French Privacy Demands

An independent Paris-based data protection commission, Nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL), has released a report, according to which Google has failed to comply ...

Google Acquires a Content Sharing App, Bump

Google has bought Bump, a content sharing app for iPhone and Android handsets. However, Bump and its photo sharing app called Flock will continue to work as they have been doing in ...

Bill Gates Confesses ‘Ctrl+Alt+Del’ Was Not a Good Move

Bill Gates, the Chairman of Microsoft, has admitted that the ‘Ctrl+Alt+Del’ means of logging into your Windows PC was not a good move; however, he maintains that it was done with ...

Google Introduces Search Upgrade to Mark Its 15th Anniversary

Google has completed 15 years of its birth and it used a garage attached to a mediocre suburban home, the company’s very first office, to showcase some of its latest updates. The ...

Apple iPhone 5S Sales Break All Previous Records

As per the claims of Apple, the sales of iPhone 5S and 5C have broken all previous records. While the online orders will be shipped next week, the initial supply has been surpassed ...

Google Launches New Hummingbird Search Algorithm

At Google’s 15th birthday event, it launched a massive update to its complex search algorithm, titled Hummingbird. Over the years, Google has launched plenty of new algorithms, ...
Bitrix24

Bitrix24 Takes A Swipe At Microsoft, Challenges Yammer, SharePoint, Office And Lync With New Release

Bitrix, Inc. has released a new version of its popular free enterprise social network and collaboration suite for small businesses. The new release allows users to create, edit and ...

Kindle’s Human Tech Support now Available

Kindle tablets will now feature a retro button which will be used to call a human tech on screen to guide a user through any of Kindle’s processes. The human face can be placed ...

Hackers bypass Apple 5S Touch ID

Hackers have found a way to break Touch ID, a fingerprint recognition feature in the new iPhone 5S. The iPhone 5S has recently been out and the hackers have broken one of its top security ...
Evolution of Tablets

The Evolution of Tablet Computers: An Overview

Tablet PCs are now an integral part of everyday life for many people around the world. Individuals can use these handy devices to complete a range of tasks, from taking pictures to ...