Rest in peace, IE

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Microsoft announced that starting January 12th, the company will no longer support Internet Explorer 8, 9 or 10. The decision means the browsers will no longer receive security updates or patches, leaving users...

Fiery Forecast Q1 Earnings by JD.Com Solidifying their Hold as an Industry Leader

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The online retailer giant JD.com, with its focus on China, revealed that they exceeded expectations for their first-quarter earnings. They assert their dominance with the help of retail giants,...

Quick Note: Check our friend photography

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Please go and check out this up and coming photography she has lots of new things going on. Even casting children 5 years to 13 years old for her first photography book. Check...

Security Concern Related To Freemium Based Tools

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At BlogProcess, we’ve come across a security concern that we think you should be mindful of.  You should especially be mindful if you’re a fan of free or “freemium” websites, tools,...

French Police Raids the Google Office in Paris

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As part of a tax fraud investigation, France police is raiding Google' offices in Paris. Today at 5am, The raid was carried out at the Paris headquarters of Google, near the Gare...

Google Chrome Will opt for HTML5 Over Flash By the End of 2016

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Google the company behind Chrome, is planning to shift to a new system for using HTML5 by default instead of Flash by this fall. So rather then allowing Flash, the browser will...

2GB of Free Google Drive Storage Today

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Today Google is offering 2GB of Free storage to all his user but with one condition. All you need is to head to Google and run a brief security update to check...

Soon, Gmail’s AI could reply automatically to your Emails

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Google just revealed a technology named "Smart Reply" using what’s called “deep learning” that can analyze the content of a received email and then suggest a brief response. A kind of...

Google is rolling out the biggest update to the Gmail

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Google announced today the release of  Gmail 5.0 to its  Google Play  with a new, modern design, sleeker transitions and support for  3rd party emails. The biggest change ever to the app is the...

Quora… only people you follow can send you direct messages

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Quora announced a yesterday a modification to its messaging system to make it safer for all users. The company published that, starting today, users will only receive messages from people they follow....
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