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Google appoints marketing veteran Ivy Ross new head of Google Glass

Google has appointed design and fashion marketing veteran Ivy Ross to lead its Glass unit as the company looks to broaden the appeal of the wearable technology. Google made the announcement a day after it made Glass available to anyone living in the US for a price of $1,500. Ivy Ross who exits the art… Read More »

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Apple loses bid to ban Samsung devices in US

In one of the major upsets in the patent war for the iPhone maker, a US judge on Thursday refused Apple Inc’s move to ban Samsung smartphones and tablets in the United States. However, Lucy Koh, a US district judge, who oversaw the patent trial, finalised the damage award of USD 929 million to be… Read More »

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Google Acquires Nest for $3.2 Billion

Google has announced an agreement to purchase Nest Labs for $3.2 billion in cash. Nest, best known for smart thermostats and smoke alarms is a successful home hardware tech startup founded by Tony Fadell, one of the fathers of the Apple iPod. Larry Page, CEO of Google, said: “Nest’s founders, Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers,… Read More »

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Yahoo Acquires Android Home Screen Replacement Aviate

Yahoo has Acquired Android Home Screen Replacement Aviate. To celebrate this, Yahoo will Let 25,000 More Users Into The Beta. The Play Store is brimming with alternative home screens, but Aviate was far and away one of the most impressive we saw last year. This beautifully designed launcher takes a completely different approach to organizing… Read More »

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Facebook buys Indian tech start-up Little Eye Labs

In what marks its’ first acquisition in India, Facebook has acquired Bangalore-based startup, Little Eye Labs. Little Eye Labs builds mobile app analysis tools for developers and testers to help analyze data of the behavior of the app, including how much power, data and memory that an app is using which makes it a major… Read More »

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Yahoo Mail brings back popular tabs feature

When Yahoo redesigned its webmail service two months ago, it got rid of tabs, a feature that allowed users to multitask while writing and reading e-mails, but which Yahoo felt it often confused users when they had too many open. Well, the tabs feature is back and hopefully this time it’s back to stay. See also:… Read More »

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Target says 40 million credit, debit card accounts may be affected by data breach

On Thursday, Target said that hackers gained access to as many as 40 million credit and debit cards used by its customers over three weeks of the holiday shopping season — one of the largest breaches ever of American consumer data. Company officials offered few details on the intrusion, which reportedly began the day before… Read More »

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Microsoft dismantles largest network of compromised PCs

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 service providers… Read More »

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Twitter sparkle fades after listing; Facebook, LinkedIn hold ground

After a successful listing, Twitter shares seem to be losing its sparkle while social media rivals Facebook and LinkedIn are holding the fort amid portfolio churn by investors. In a dream debut, microblogging site Twitter’s stock popped up on NYSE debut on November 7 and closed with 73 per cent gain for investors who subscribed… Read More »

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