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Boeing designs self-destructing smartphone

Aircraft manufacturer Boeing announced a brand new phone which has been designed specifically for people who are handling top secret missions. If the phone has been tampered with or has reached the wrong hands, then it will automatically erase...
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European Parliament sets new rules on electronics cigarettes

Europe has become one of the fastest growing markets for electronics cigarettes. The European Parliament approved rules for the electronic cigarettes market of the region on February 26, 2014 and these regulations can help in setting standards...
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G20 to work on improving world economy

Finance officials from across the globe from the 20 biggest economies made an agreement on February 23, 2014 to implement policies which will help in boosting world GDP by over $2 trillion in the next five years. Joe Hockey – the Australian...
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Google to build high-speed US Internet service

Search engine giant Google is working on building a super-fast US Internet network. The company is trying to rope in a few giants from the industry in the project. Google gained confidence with its Fiber projects in Texas, the Kansas City region...
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Google gives advice to Glass wearers

Search engine giant Google offered a bit of advice to early adopters of its popular eyewear and told them not to be ‘Glassholes’. This was one of the last suggestions in a code of conduct which was posted on the Internet specifically...
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Google acquires SlickLogin’s security technology

There was a time when passwords were considered to be the most trusted security measure, however, these days, it is becoming increasingly easier to crack them. In order to find new ways to have secured passwords, search engine giant Google has...
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Google celebrates Valentine’s Day with new doodle

Google is wishing everyone a happy Valentine’s Day with a brand new doodle. This time, the popular doodle on the home page has a humorous twist. When users open the search engine’s home page, they will find red jingling figures of...
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Microsoft refutes censorship of Chinese searches

US-based software giant Microsoft refuted on February 12, 2014 that it was censoring websites from its Bing search engine results for international users. The statement came from the software company after a Chinese rights group stated that...
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Mobile version of Flappy Bird removed from app stores

Vietnam-based game developer Nguyen Ha Dong’s popular game Flappy Bird has been taken down at midnight on February 9, 2014. The developer announced 22 hours earlier that he would remove the game from the Apple App Store and Google Play. Even...
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Google introduces video conferencing tool for business meetings

Search engine giant Google introduced a video conferencing tool, which has been specifically designed to make it easier, as well as more affordable to hold face-to-face business-related meetings, even when users are in various locations. The...