Facebook Will Soon Display the Full Contents of Certain Articles

Facebook, this important gateway to online media, experimenting with a new way to bring the news to its users. It is reported that this week the New York Times, which takes this information from a reliable source rather: himself. According to the daily, articles ... Continue Reading →
Microsoft Spartan Browser

Microsoft is About to Unveils Spartan its Next Generation Web Browser

After weeks of rumors, the software giant has finally unveiled its new web browser… That has nothing to do with Internet Explorer. As part of the conference on Windows 10, which takes place at Microsoft headquarters today, Joe Belfiore presented a project ... Continue Reading →
Google Now Demo

Google Now: an analysis of the source code announces new features

Source code in Google Now suggests that the application could soon welcome third-party services, and so provide voice notifications for any application “compatible”. If you are a fan of the integrated digital assistant to Android and iOS app on Google, ... Continue Reading →
Microsoft Unveils iOS apps and Android Based Bing

Microsoft Unveils iOS apps and Android Based Bing

Last September, Microsoft announced Bing applications please state some of Windows Phone on competing platforms, iOS and Android. Under the umbrella brand MSN, they are now available for download. Continue Reading →
Android 5 Lollipop rolling out

Google Began Distributing Android 5.0 Lollipop

When Dave Burke, engineering manager at Android was on the stage of the Google I / O last summer, he described the new version of Android as the biggest update of the mobile operating system that has ever been created by Google. Now people can see what it returns, ... Continue Reading →
Google, Apple, Samsung innovative companies

Google, Apple, Samsung… These Are The Most Innovative Companies in The World

Companies in the high tech, such as Apple, Google and Samsung dominate again the annual ranking of the 50 most innovative companies in the world, while the auto industry is in decline. Larry Page (Google), Tim Cook (Apple), Boo-Keun Yoon (Samsung Group). Continue Reading →
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