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Applications for Google I/O 2017 Tickets Now Live

For all developers interested in attending Google’s famous I/O ‘developer festival’ in 2017, applications to secure tickets have begun today, with the application period closing at 5pm PST on February 27th. The conference will begin in a bit less than three months from now and will run for three days as usual, from May 17th […]

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Rich Content Makes WhatsApp Look a Lot More Like Snapchat

Facebook has rolled out a WhatsApp update that could threaten Snapchat’s share of the mobile app messaging market. The update allows WhatsApp users to share photos and videos through the app’s status area. Moreover, like WhatsApp text messages, content shared through status updates is protected by end-to-end encryption. End-to-end encryption is a key distinction between […]

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Samsung Flow Said to Support All Windows 10 PCs in the Future

Back in CES 2016, Samsung announced a new tablet called the TabPro S. This wasn’t like the company’s traditional tablets that run Android though. Instead, it is a 2-in-1 tablet PC that runs a full version of Windows 10 on it. These 2-in-1 tablets are actually where a lot of tablet sales have gone lately […]

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Facebook Puts More Work Into Social Networking

Facebook last week launched new features for advertising job openings on the network. Although many companies already have been using Facebook to find workers, the new functionality formalizes its job search capabilities, the company said. U.S. and Canadian businesses can use the company’s new jobs bookmark to list open positions and allow users to apply […]

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