Monthly Archives: January 2016

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Free PDF Utilities Team – Specializing in developing PDF software today released 5 new free PDF software: Free PDF Merger, Free PDF Splitter, Free PDF Watermark, Free PDF Page Resizer and Free Images to PDF.  Free PDF Merger – Enable users to merge a number of PDF files into one single PDF file, and the software also provides a feature ...

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Could this be the future of hoodies forever?


Street Technology Experiments (STX) is a brand that merges fashion and technology, to deliver exciting and innovative new street wear. STX is a fully patented, drawstring earbud (“lacephone”) concept that will be released through one of the most globally worn items of clothing – THE HOODIE.   Specifically designed to seamlessly connect to any smartphone device through a set of ...

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Parental Control and Observing Software


The phone tracker is the best location innovation effectively incorporated with your phone device to immediately find single or various phones on a realistic or satellite view map. By using both GPS and cell network data, we guarantee you get a quick, exact find, unfailingly. This permits you to transform any mobile phone on accessible systems into an on demand ...

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Facebook Updates iOS App to Get the Best out of Apple’s 3D Touch


Facebook has updated its iOS app by adding new 3D touch features. This feature will make the app more interesting for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users worldwide.  3D touch actions on the app will let users to make advantage of the “peep and pop” actions on profiles, events, groups, profile pictures, pages, cover photos, photos, profile pictures, etc. ...

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President Obama 1M Electric Cars Target Moves to 2020

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President Obama had a goal of putting 1M electric cars on the streets of the United States by the end of 2015. This was one of his goals when he took office back in 2008. However, the dream of achieving this goal looks way beyond the line of achievement. Moreover, it is doubtful if this goal could be achieved at ...

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Google Paid $1B to Apple to keep its Search Bar in iOS


According to an Oracle lawyer, Google had paid $1B US dollars to Apple to be its default iOS search engine provider. Google paid the funds as part of its revenue sharing with Apple. However exact details are unclear and not revealed to the public but it’s believed Google has handed over the share generated from through the iOS device search. ...

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Audi Focusing on Electric Cars due to Dieselgate


You must be aware of the Volkswagen Dieselgate scandal that has brought the company down by all standards. However, in order to make up for the Dieselgate scandal, Volkswagen’s luxury brand Audi is all set focusing on electric cars by delaying all its non-core projects. Its good news as the German manufacturer is currently focusing only on electric cars. In ...

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Apple to open iOS App Development Center in Europe

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Tech giant Apple is on a verge to open its first iOS App development center in Naples, Italy. The company will also provide required training and practical skills for developers to contribute to the growing app ecosystem. The company will partner with an unnamed local institution to design its already designed iOS developer community. This will be the first attempt ...

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2017 Chevrolet Bolt – 200 Mile Range for $30000

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There are a lot of talks going about electric cars, with Tesla and Faraday Future taking the automobile industry to the next level General Motors, Chevrolet Bolt is to become the first mainstream electric car of the world. The next edition, the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt will be the car to look out for various reasons. One of the main reasons ...

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Microsoft to Donate $1 Billion in Cloud Services to Nonprofits

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Microsoft plans to donate a wholesome of one billion US dollars in cloud services to non profit and research organizations.  The company wants to take cloud services to those institutes that can’t afford them and make it universally accessible to everyone. This will also help Microsoft gain benefits on a long term potential users on its cloud platform. The donation ...

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