Friday , 19 September 2014
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Microsoft to double OneDrive free space, slash extra storage prices up to 73%

Will also bump Office 365 Home, Personal subscribers’ allotment to 1TB next month Microsoft today announced it would double OneDrive’s free storage space for consumers to 15GB from its previous allowance of 7GB. The expansion of the free tier, and other changes to OneDrive, will take place in July. Microsoft’s moves come as all the major players are scrambling to ... Read More »


Miss Slim

It’s been six years since on July 10, 2008 Miss Slim, who was 19 then went missing, and was last seen walking toward the border. She was wearing a pink dress and was seen earlier that same day walking along Winston Churchill Avenue and Devil’s Tower Road. She the 5’6” now 25 year old has not been seen or heard ... Read More »

Intel ventures into 3D mobile chat app that tracks faces, moods

Intel’s Pocket Avatars app maps human expressions to avatars in a mobile chat  Intel wants to inject passion and excitement into mobile chat through a new app that relies on face-tracking technology to assess facial expressions and mood. With Pocket Avatars, users can chat with friends using animated three-dimensional avatars, but there’s a twist. A camera on a mobile device ... Read More »

Facebook returns after brief widespread outage


Unknown problem hits website as users complain on Twitter Facebook’s website went down temporarily on Thursday, showing an error screen when users attempted to log on to the social network. “Sorry, something went wrong. We’re working on getting this fixed as soon as we can,” read the error message, which was displayed on a nearly blank screen. The outage lasted ... Read More »

Facebook frees the nipple, finally allows breast-feeding photos

The social network’s photo-sharing app has come under fire from activists for its draconian anti-nudity policies When people have babies, they tend to plaster Facebook with photos of their bouncy, chubby-cheeked offspring. Baby photos are so prominent in users’ feeds, some people fed up with toddler glamor shots have tried to block baby pictures from their Facebook… but for every person tired of seeing ... Read More »

Facebook Messenger Can Be Listening To Your Daily Activities


Facebook Messenger: New Features at the Cost of Privacy The social media giant, Facebook, has just announced two new additions to their mobile app. Big Likes can now be used to express a greater enjoyment from someone else’s post or content. What is more interesting, however, is the ability to easily record and send a video to any friend on the ... Read More »

Meet Diesel, a cute dog and organic robot

The future of dog training may be computer assisted Diesel, a Labrador Retriever, appears to live in a perpetual state of glee. He is happy around people, loves attention and is unbothered by the electronics-packed vest he is wearing. The vest includes a microphone, camera, speakers, and motors that send vibrations, similar to that of a smartphone, to various parts ... Read More »

Skype app for iPhone due out from Microsoft today

But years of disappointment with the iPhone Skype app have undoubtedly led many users to switch to other options long ago Microsoft promises that a revamped Skype app for the iPhone will be significantly better than the current version, although it may be too late for users who have long since switched to other options. Microsoft is hoping users will ... Read More »

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